Facial psoriasis can be one of the most debilitating. After all, it’s on your face! You can’t really hide it, even with a thick coat of makeup. So what do you do if you think you have facial psoriasis?
It’s always a good idea to visit your doctor to see for sure if that’s what is going on. Take a look at these facial psoriasis pictures to see if your condition looks similar.
This facial psoriasis picture is a little grainy, but you can see the bumps. This outbreak was caused as a side effect to medication the patient was taking. You can read more about the study and the results at the National Skin Centre.
This picture shows various degrees of facial psoriasis in children. The page that it was on was about a study on the treatment of psoriasis in children. It was a very interesting read, and I suggest you check it out here. It talked a little about alternative therapies and about some of the research going on at the time.