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Psoriasis or Dermatitis

By: :Maulik Gupta 0 comments
Psoriasis or Dermatitis

For a change, let us start with an overview before we dive deep into the definition of both these skin concerns.

Psoriasis is the overgrowth of cells leading to think, scaly, itchy skin. While, Dermatitis is mostly a hypersensitivity of the skin to clothes, chemicals, food, or any other object.


What is Psoriasis?

To elaborate, Psoriasis is mainly an autoimmune disorder causing overgrowth of skin cells. It is similar to Atopic Dermatitis that is caused by the body’s defense mechanism when it identifies the own skin’s cells as foreign bodies and attacks them.

In most cases, Psoriasis can be kept in control or its severity can be reduced but can not be cured. So learning to live with Psoriasis is the only option.

What is Dermatitis

Dermatitis is seen more commonly in children and can be cured permanently with the age or by removing skin’s exposure from the allergens.


The easiest way to differentiate between both is, if there is a thick, silvery-white patch on the skin with the itch, it can be psoriasis. If there is a red, painful sensation on the skin, it can be dermatitis.

When you meet a dermatologist for any of this concern, the chances are that they will prescribe topical steroids with Vaseline or any kind of heavy moisturizer. While there is nothing wrong with using these products, it's better if we can cure these concerns with natural solutions. This way, the results will be safer and more sustainable.

How can we treat dermatitis naturally?

Currently, at Brillare, we have a 100% natural yet very effective solution Ultimate Soothing Oil for treating Dermatitis but unfortunately, we do not have the solution for psoriasis. Hopefully, we will have the solution for Psoriasis also, very soon.

Ultimate Soothing Oil


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