Psoriasis Treatment

Psoriasis Treatment

Discover Planet Earth's Natural Healing Methods

Find The Best Treatments For Psoriasis

The Dead Sea is renowned for its unique climate and natural healing properties. For centuries, people with psoriasis have travelled to the Dead Sea to improve their skin condition.

Lying 1,200 feet below sea level, water in the Dead Sea is ten times more salty than that of any other ocean on the planet and it boasts rich minerals and therapeutic properties. The dense atmosphere blocks out harmful radiation, allowing guests to spend extended periods of time in the sun and to tan in a healthy manner. The extraordinary conditions of the Dead Sea and the specialist treatment programmes offered at our carefully designed Dead Sea spa resorts and hotels make it the ideal location for treating psoriasis.

Stress, skin injuries and certain medications and infections are considered the main triggers of psoriasis. Hot mineral baths, special detox diets, meditation and relaxing massages greatly help numerous psoriasis sufferers to reduce these triggers and relieve their symptoms.

Those wishing to stay closer to home can visit our psoriasis treatment spas in Europe, designed to mimic the atmospheric conditions of the Dead Sea. Our health and wellness hotels create a relaxed, tranquil atmosphere to help treat psoriasis in an effective and soothing way.

An alternative treatment for psoriasis is Ayurveda, as Ayurvedic medicines have also proven to be an effective treatment for psoriasis. 

The best time to go to the Dead Sea for psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis is late March to early June and September to November.

Psoriasis vulgaris, psoriasis pustulosa and psoriasis arthropathica: our select wellness spas offer the best treatments, medical guidance and climatic conditions to help our guests to heal and have an enjoyable holiday. 


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