Living with Mild Psoriasis

Mild psoriasis is defined as less than 3% of the body having psoriasis.

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Psoriasis may not cover most of your body, but it can still impact your everyday life. Explore the stories, tips, and resources that can help you manage your psoriatic disease, without rearranging your life.

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Why Treat Mild Psoriasis?

Even people living with mild psoriasis may have significant inflammation in the body and may also experience psoriatic arthritis and other comorbidities.

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Alisha lives with psoriatic disease.

Fashion Forward

As a fashion lover with psoriasis, Alisha Bridges knows that looking great and feeling comfortable in the latest styles is completely possible.

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Healthy Eating Guide

Discover steps you can take to make healthy eating a part of your psoriatic disease management plan. Complete with 13 healthy recipes!

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Medical appointments are your time to tell your health care provider how you’re feeling, both physically and emotionally. Preparing for your appointment helps you work with your health care provider to make the best treatment decision and, ultimately, live your healthiest life with psoriatic disease.

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