Kerecis™ mOmega3™ Psoria

Reduce Itchy, Thick & Scaly Skin With Kerecis™ Psoria
Kerecis™ Psoria is a cream which is directly applied to the skin. It’s treatment to the outermost layers of the skin combats layers of very dry and thick skin, including Psoriasis prone skin. The formulation contains patented mOmega3™ and mCollagen™ particles. This forms a protective layer across sensitive skin.

Kerecis™ Psoria Cream:

  • Treats scaly skin and symptoms of psoriasis
  • Reduces itching
  • Reduces redness of the skin from inflammation
  • Gets rid of skin flakes
  • Hydrates the outermost layers of the skin
  • Protects sensitive skin

Intended Use:

  • Thick skin
  • Scaly skin
  • Dry skin
  • Psoriasis prone skin (with the above conditions)

The Science Behind mOmega3™

mOmega3™ are fatty acids extracted in a delicate manner from fish skin. Omega3 fatty acids are known to promote health and are an essential part of the skin’s structure. The mOmega3™ extraction technology safeguards the moisture and fatty acids in the outermost layer of the skin. The human body doesn’t produce essential Omega3 fatty acids. They need to be obtained from outside sources.
 
The most significant building component of skin is collagen. This declines with age. mCollagen™ are collagen particles extracted from fish skin using a patented technology. mCollagen™ forms new layers across sensitive skin, filling up small wrinkles and damaged areas.

Overview Of The Skin

The outermost layer of the skin is called the corneal layer (1). The corneal layer (1) consists of 15 to 20 cell layers of dead cells that have dried out and died. Between the dried cells is the inter cellular (2) substance. This inter cellular layer (2) is rich in fatty acids that keep the structure intact and watertight.
 
Kerecis™ mOmega3™ Psoria formula has been specially formulated to hydrate the dead skin. This helps to reduce itching, redness, and gets rid of skin flakes and scales. Using Kerecis™ Psoria, your skin will be softer and smoother.
 
In the case of extreme skin dryness, the corneal layer of the skin loses the fatty acids and dries out. This has a knock-on effect to the living cells below. The skin cells below are no longer protected. This causes skin tightness, inflammation, itching, as well as the formation of calluses.
 
There are many reasons why dry skin appears. Medical conditions like Psoriasis and Diabetes can lead to dry skin. Some harsh soaps and moisterisers can also cause dry skin. The build-up of dry skin with flakes or scales causes skin itching and irritation. It’s best to tackle dry skin as early as possible.
Figure 1 – The corneal layer of the skin. 1. Dried out cells. 2. intercellular lipids.

Figure 1 – The corneal layer of the skin. 1. Dried out cells. 2. intercellular lipids.

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