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When skin cells begin to multiply faster than normal and at times even up to ten times faster, a skin condition known as psoriasis can occur. When these cells raise up to the surface of the skin and begin to die, it causes raised, red skin abrasions that are often covered with white or silver scales. It most generally shows up on the scalp, the knees, and the elbows. However, it can also occur on the palms of the hands, the soles of the feet and both the upper and lower torso. There is no known cure for psoriasis, but it can be treated after it is diagnosed by a medical professional.

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1. Use a Humidifier

Sometimes there is not enough moisture in the air, and this can also create dry skin. Purchasing a humidifier to use at home or at work can really help with keeping the skin moisturized. While this will not cure the actual condition of psoriasis, it will help with the number one symptom, which is the dry, scaly skin. The moisture that is distributed into the air via the humidifier can greatly help with the dry skin, moisturizing even the most severe cases of psoriasis. Humidifiers can be purchased at many discount stores, and they are a very wise investment when you are suffering from psoriasis.

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