Is Your Skin Ready For Winter?

As temperatures drop and the winter season approaches, our skin becomes more prone to dryness.  When left untreated, dryness and the resulting itching can lead to cracked, bleeding skin as winter weather continues to strip away our skin’s moisture and natural oils.

Those with skin conditions like eczema and psoriasis are at especially heightened risk during the winter, since chilly temperatures and low humidity can worsen or trigger symptoms.

Is your skin ready for winter? Fortunately, there are simple changes you can make to your skincare routine that will help you achieve healthier-looking skin. Follow these winter skincare tips to help your skin stay healthy.
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A Checklist of Common Foods That Can Trigger Psoriasis

A Checklist of Common Foods That Can Trigger Psoriasis
Psoriasis is commonly triggered by factors including stress, smoking, taking certain prescription medications, and spending time in cold, dry environments. But many who suffer from this immune disorder say that certain foods also trigger psoriasis, and that avoiding these foods improves their symptoms. Eliminating these “trigger” foods from your diet one by one can help you identify and avoid the foods causing your flare-ups.

Use the Loma Lux Symptom Checklist to help you identify foods that affect your psoriasis. This exclusive checklist helps you track the places on your body where symptoms occur, the foods that trigger symptoms, and details about the severity of symptoms. Look for patterns, and show this checklist to your doctor when discussing psoriasis treatments.

Here’s a list of foods known to commonly trigger psoriasis.

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