Guttate psoriasis

Guttate psoriasis

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of people with psoriasis suffer from guttate psoriasis

Guttate psoriasis is the second most common type of psoriasis, after plaque psoriasis: 10% of people with psoriasis suffer from guttate psoriasis.

Usually, children or young adults get guttate psoriasis. It is often triggered by respiratory or streptococcal infections.

It is characterized by small red separate spots mainly on arms, legs, stomach or chest.

The Psoriasis Pack moisturizes, soothes and helps repair skin irritated by psoriasis.

It includes 2 tubes of Hydrating Gel Plus HS, an exceptionally effective, pure and safe cream, with 98,9% natural ingredients.

It has a scientifically proven effectiveness, with 89% improvement of the skin’s quality for people suffering from psoriasis.

Spectacular results

Several studies have been carried out on people suffering from psoriasis. They show the benefits of the Hydrating Gel Plus HS (which is included in the Psoriasis pack) for users, sometimes within the first week, usually after two or three weeks of use (which corresponds to the skin’s natural renewal cycle).

Skintifique formulations: Safe for all

Extremely safe and pure formulations

  • Between 5 and 13 ingredients.
  • Hypoallergenic
  • No fragrance, no paraben, no occlusive ingredients, no endocrine disruptors, no alcohol...
  • Up to 98.9% natural ingredients
  • For all skin types, even the most sensitive (babies, children, pregnant women...)
  • Cruelty-free (not tested on animals), vegan, earth-friendly
  • Made in France

Scientifically proven effectiveness

  • Excellence in physico-chemistry and innovation
  • Exclusive patented technologies
  • Products are recommended by doctors, dermatologists and our customers
  • Unique expertise on formulations

Earth-friendly skincare

Skintifique is committed to the most eco-responsible and earth-friendly approach. All our skincare products are:

  • Vegan
  • Cruelty-free
  • Made in France
  • Locally sourced ingredients
  • 100% recyclable packaging

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