Our commitment
Psoriasis and your social life
Knowing the difference

Our commitment

We believe you should feel comfortable in your skin.

To be proud of it rather than embarrassed. Free to express yourself through it and be who you want to be.

A severe skin condition should not hold you back. Which is why we are dedicated to helping you have a skin you can truly live in.

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Psoriasis and your social life

One of the particularly debilitating aspects of psoriasis is the way it can impact your social life. If you have ever felt uncomfortable in social situations, or avoided them altogether because of a flare up, don't worry.

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Knowing the difference

Chronic spontaneous urticaria (CSU) may look and feel like an allergy - but, in general, it isn't. Discover why CSU is not an allergy and what might be causing it.

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Chronic spontaneous urticaria (CSU)

CSU, characterised by hives and sometimes associated with swelling (angioedema), has no known external trigger.

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about CSU

Knowing the
difference

Chronic spontaneous urticaria (CSU) may look and feel like an allergy - but, in general, it isn't. Discover why CSU is not an allergy and what might be causing it.

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CSU: The Big
Challenge

For Healthcare Professionals interested in learning more about chronic spontaneous urticaria (CSU).

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The Big Challenge

Psoriasis

Psoriasis negatively affects people's lives both physically and psychologically.

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Psoriasis and
your social life

When it comes to having a social life, psoriasis can get in the way. How can you stop psoriasis from interfering with your plans?

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