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Psoriasis begins to a flaky skin disease-causing various problems in the long run, such as diabetes and heart disease. Getting effective treatment for quick psoriasis cures by ointment and cream will ensure the best skincare features.

Psoriasis is a common, persistent relapsing immune-mediated skin condition characterized by red and scaly patches, which itch. Psoriasis usually affected the areas like hands, head/scalp, elbows, knees/feet, back. Psoriasis exists not only as a skin problem, but the body’s different organs can also cause it. E.g., psoriasis is called psoriatic arthritis, which is a problem linked to the joints. It can be associated with Crohn’s disease, nails, depression, or anxiety as well. In recent studies, it has been found that the reason for psoriasis can be a metabolic syndrome that involves the increased cardiovascular diseases and heart stroke, hypertension, obesity (abdominal), glucose intolerance, dyslipidemia, and diabetes type 2.

Symptoms of Psoriasis

Psoriasis is an abnormal skin disease through which the skin cells cause a lot of problematical conditions. The flaking of skin cells much quicker than expected command result in complex problems. Recognizing the normal situation becomes highly problematic for sure. Different skin patches such as white and red are common psoriasis signs, leaving sufferers in severe pain.

Critical levels or acute health conditions will be recognized by people whenever they are affected with psoriasis. Seeking proper healthcare quickly will prove to be most effective without resulting in any complex scenarios. A seasoned dermatologist needs to be contacted to experience the optimum results in an exemplary fashion as expected.

  • Congested skin areas with bleeding.
  • Mild scales experienced on skin.
  • Random plaques were appearing on the scalp.

This international quality clinic is the outcome of more than five years of determined efforts. AWISH centers are equipped with world-class state-of-the-art technologies. 

Factors that increase psoriasis are:

  • So much smoking
  • Using alcohol
  • Infections such as aching throat
  • Anxiety or emotional stress
  • Obesity
  • Consumption of drugs like some antifungals, antihypertensive, and antimalarial
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Available Treatment For Psoriasis

Modern-day dermatology has found many effective psoriasis treatments to enable minimizing Psoriasis and prevent it. It is based on Psoriasis’s type, severity, age, and comorbidities; we at AWISH Dermatology Clinic provide various psoriasis treatments like oral treatments, topical treatments, and Phototherapy Excimer laser. Injectable vital to help you reduce this skin problem.

✔️ Topical Treatments

Topical treatments uses Ointments, creams, and lotions which are recommended for smaller skin areas. This helps reduce cell proliferation and suppress irritation to ultimately decrease the verity, redness, and itching caused by the patches formed by Psoriasis. These ointments, lotions, and creams usually consist of salicylic acid, anthralin—tar, topical vitamin D3 analog and topical Retinoids, etc.

✔️ Oral Treatments

Oral medications are prescribed to patients who have extensive skin areas affected by Psoriasis. Typically, a complete check-up is done to understand the patient’s condition and know the medical history before suggesting any oral medications. The oral medications used for psoriasis treatment are Anti Proliferative Medicines, a calcineurin inhibitor, and Retinoids. These medicines shall just be taken if prescribed by an expert dermatologist.


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Our Clients


I had tried various medications to manage my psoriasis, but they either had limited effectiveness or caused unwanted side effects. Thankfully, Dr. Vijay Kumar suggested a new targeted therapy specifically designed for psoriasis. The results have been remarkable! My skin has cleared up, and the persistent itching and discomfort have significantly reduced. I finally feel like I have control over my psoriasis. This treatment has been a game-changer for me.

Rajni Chouhan

Delhi, india

Living with psoriasis had always been challenging, especially during flare-ups. I decided to try a combination approach, which included lifestyle modifications, topical treatments, and dietary changes. It took some time, but the effort paid off. My psoriasis improved significantly, and I now have longer periods without any visible symptoms. It's amazing how making small changes can make such a big difference. Don't lose hope—there are solutions out there. thank You Vijay Sir.


Delhi, india

I had tried countless creams and ointments to manage my psoriasis, but nothing seemed to provide long-lasting relief. That's when I decided to explore phototherapy treatment. The sessions were painless and gradually cleared my psoriasis patches. My skin is now much clearer, and I feel more confident and comfortable in my own skin. Phototherapy was the turning point in my psoriasis journey, and I highly recommend for Awish Clinic.

Yashaswi Rathore

Delhi, india

After trying numerous treatments with limited success, I finally found relief with a biologic medication recommended by Dr. Vijay Kumar. Within weeks of starting the treatment, my psoriasis symptoms significantly improved. The persistent redness and scaling reduced, and my skin felt smoother and more comfortable. I'm forever grateful for this life-changing treatment. Thank You Vijay Sir.

Wahida Parween

Delhi, india

Frequently Asked Questions


Psoriasis is a chronic autoimmune skin condition that causes the rapid buildup of skin cells, leading to the formation of thick, red, scaly patches. It is not contagious and can occur on various parts of the body, including the scalp, elbows, knees, and lower back.

The exact cause of psoriasis is unknown, but it is believed to be a combination of genetic and environmental factors. An overactive immune system triggers the rapid growth of skin cells, resulting in the characteristic symptoms of psoriasis.

Currently, there is no known cure for psoriasis. However, there are various treatment options available to manage the symptoms effectively and achieve long-term remission. Treatment aims to reduce inflammation, control cell turnover, and alleviate symptoms such as itching and discomfort.

Treatment options for psoriasis include topical medications (creams, ointments, and shampoos), systemic medications (oral or injectable medications), phototherapy (light therapy), and biologic therapies (targeted immunosuppressants). The choice of treatment depends on the severity of the condition, the areas affected, and individual factors.

Psoriasis flare-ups can be triggered by various factors, which may vary from person to person. Common triggers include stress, certain medications, infections, injury to the skin, hormonal changes, smoking, and excessive alcohol consumption. Identifying and avoiding triggers can help manage and prevent flare-ups.

Yes, psoriasis is not solely a skin condition. It is associated with systemic inflammation and can have implications for overall health. People with psoriasis may have an increased risk of developing other conditions such as psoriatic arthritis, cardiovascular diseases, obesity, diabetes, and depression. Regular monitoring and collaboration with healthcare professionals are important for comprehensive management.

Yes, certain lifestyle changes can help manage psoriasis and improve overall well-being. These may include maintaining a healthy diet, managing stress levels, avoiding triggers, maintaining a healthy weight, getting regular exercise, and quitting smoking. These lifestyle modifications can complement medical treatments and improve treatment outcomes.

No, psoriasis is not contagious. It is an autoimmune condition that is not caused by bacteria, viruses, or any other infectious agents. You cannot “catch” psoriasis from someone who has it, and physical contact with a person with psoriasis poses no risk of transmission.

Since psoriasis has a complex and multifactorial nature, it is difficult to prevent its onset completely. However, certain preventive measures can help manage the condition and minimize flare-ups. These include avoiding triggers, adopting a healthy lifestyle, moisturizing the skin regularly, practicing good skincare, and following prescribed treatment plans.