Psoriasis Cure from Iceland

| September 19, 2018 | 0 Comments

Psoriasis Awareness Month (October)/World Psoriasis Day (October 29th)

Here are treatment products from the Blue Lagoon Iceland… they’re even a fave of Kim Kardashian’s – a very vocal psoriasis sufferer, she receives a monthly shipment of the Icelandic remedies.

At the Blue Lagoon, there is a first-class Clinic that treats both in patients and out. With doctors and nurses on hand that have spent their whole professional careers focusing on psoriasis and other atopic skin disorders. They’ve developed a line of treatment products based on the beneficial effects of silica and their naturally-sourced, mineral-rich geothermal seawater. It produces amazing results for patients – in and out of the lagoon.

Psoriasis Cure from Iceland

WHAT IS PSORIASIS: A chronic, noncontagious, genetic autoimmune disease that appears on the skin. In red, scaly patches that can itch, crack and bleed. It is the most common autoimmune disease in the country, affecting approximately 7.5 million Americans. Genetics and the immune system play a major role in the disease. In people with Psoriasis, the immune system sends out faulty signals that speed up the growth of skin cells.

BLUE LAGOON ICELAND’S TREATMENT PRODUCTS: Tried and tested at the Blue Lagoon’s Psoriasis Clinic. Which has been in operation since 1994, the HOME TREATMENT KIT includes: Softening Oil, Intensive Cream and Bath Salts. There is also a Scalp Treatment available for those that experience symptoms there. One of the main ingredients found in all these products is SILICA, naturally sourced from the Icelandic Lagoon.

Psoriasis Cure from Iceland

First off – what is silica?
Silicon (Si) is a natural trace mineral and the second most abundant element in the earth’s crust. It’s used to make an array of things ranging from household items to cosmetic stabilizers.

When combined with oxygen, silicon (Si) forms “silica (SiO2)” (or silicon dioxide), which is essential in our bodies for flexible joints, radiant skin, and stronger nails, teeth, and bones. In fact, people who have a silica deficiency are at risk for poorly formed joints, skull deformities, and weakened cartilage, collagen, and elastin (which provides skin firmness).

Silicon or silica is often confused with silicone. Silicones are man-made chemicals created in the laboratory and usually consist of silicon mixed with other elements like carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen.

For additional information on Silica and its benefits, please visit: https://shop-usa.bluelagoon.com/blogs/blogs/silica

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