Jojoba Oil Natural Treatment for Scalp Psoriasis

Posted June 23, 2012 by Jim in Auto-Immune

About half of all the people who have psoriasis have it on their scalp. It is itchy, scaly and unsightly. Other skin disorders, such as seborrheic dermatitis, may look similar to psoriasis, but scalp psoriasis appears powdery with a silvery sheen, while seborrheic dermatitis appears yellowish and greasy.

I think anybody suffering from this condition will agree with me that getting rid of this problem is a priority. So the following treatment should be considered, because it has produced great results for other people, and it will do the same for you.

 Jojoba oil scalp massage

Jojoba Oil is known to have a dramatic impact  when it comes to the scalp in general and scalp psoriasis in particular, and is arguably one of the most popular cosmetic oils available today.

When you do this scalp massage, put a generous amount in your cupped hand and then start rubbing it into your scalp so that it gets in all the affected areas. Give yourself a good massage and then let the jojoba oil sit for 30 minutes, to get the best effect. When you finally wash it off make sure to use a mild shampoo that does not contain lauryl sulfate (that ingredient is known to adversely affect psoriasis, eczema and other rashes)
Do this about 3-4 times a week to get all the benefits of jojoba oil, and accelerate the process of healing your psoriasis.


This is just one of many, many things that you can do to get rid of scalp psoriasis and if you want to find lots more, you can either buy the book Itchy Scalp Cures which has awesome info and remedies for any manner of scalp conditions, or you can check out this very popular book called Psoriasis Free for Life that is truly a great resource for psoriasis natural remedies and tips.

Please leave comments below so other people can learn from your successes with the info in these books. Good luck and check the rest of the blog for info on psoriasis!

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