“Don’t let your nail psoriasis control your life”

What is nail psoriasis?

About half of all people with psoriasis also develop psoriasis on their nails. Although there is no cure for nail psoriasis, there is today proper treatment that can greatly improve the appearance and function of your nails.

A chronic skin disease

Psoriasis is a chronic skin condition that causes your body to overproduce skin cells. About half of all people with psoriasis also develop psoriasis in their nails. Although there is no cure for nail psoriasis, today there are effective treatments that can greatly improve the appearance and function of your nails.

Could it be nail psoriasis?

Nail psoriasis can be hard to diagnose because the disease can be very similar to nail fungus. Additionally, about a third of those who suffer from nail psoriasis also develop nail fungus.

The causes of nail psoriasis

Why do some people suffer from nail psoriasis? Although no one knows why some are affected, it is likely that genetic factors, the immune system and the environment all play a part. The condition can develop at all ages, but mostly affects adults. Nail psoriasis is not an infection and you do not have to worry about spreading it to other people. It is a chronic, uncurable condition, but can be managed successfully with proper treatment.

Symptoms

How to recognize the symptoms

You can see signs of nail psoriasis in toenails and fingernails. Classic symptoms include pitting of the nails (causing as appearance like the surface of a thimble), discolouration and changes in shape or thickness. There can also be lines from side to side across your nail or the nail may begin to crumble because the underlying structure is weakening.

The appearance and severity of nail psoriasis varies considerably from person to person. And the condition has a tendency to come and go. Some people suffer frequent flare-ups that make life difficult, while others can go several years between outbreaks.

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Treatment

Proper treatment for nail psoriasis

If you do not treat your nail psoriasis, the disease can cause discomfort, and functional problems. Nail psoriasis cannot be cured completely but with proper treatment you can greatly improve the appearance and function of your nails.

Clinically proven effect on nail psoriasis

If you have symptoms of nail psoriasis, Emtrix may be an appropriate treatment for you. It is a clinically proven medical device sold without prescription. The treatment is an effective topical treatment for nails affected by nail fungus or psoriasis.

Emtrix improves the appearance of discoloured and deformed nails and the first signs of improvement can normally be seen after just one or two weeks of treatment. The product was developed by dermatologists in Sweden, based on 15 years of targeted research and development.

Effective on both nail fungus and nail psoriasis:

• Easy application
• Just once daily
• No filing necessary

Also effective on fungal infections

Emtrix is a topical treatment for nails affected by nail psoriasis. It is also clinically proven to be effective against fungal infections, which are common in conjunction with psoriasis in the nail.

Emtrix reduces nail discolouration and gently smoothens the outer layers of the nail plate. The treatment increases hydration and by changing the nail’s microenvironment and improving nail surface integrity, keeps the nail in good condition.

 

Results often within one to two weeks

When treating your nails with Emtrix, you will normally see the first results after just one to two weeks of treatment. A recent clinical study revealed that most users (76 percent) saw an improvement in nail appearance after just one week, and 92 percent of users saw results after eight weeks. *
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Pictures showing the typical effects of Emtrix

“I'm getting really good results with Emtrix. Nails are looking better and patient compliance is good; I think because they can see an improvement”

Jo Causer, Podiatrist, Wolverhampton