Summer Psoriasis Skin to Smile About

Most people can’t wait for some fun in the summer sun. But, when you’re 
living with psoriasis, more sun means short sleeves and visible skin. You might feel anxious about baring your skin for the world to see or embarrassed by signs of psoriasis. At MetaDerm®, we don’t want your skin to keep you from living your life. Here are some ways to stop hiding and start seeing your skin in a better light.

Keep Your Routine.

Even though you might experience fewer flares in the summer season, make sure to continue 
treating your psoriasis with the MetaDerm Skin Health System. Use it frequently (at least twice a day) to help keep your skin looking and feeling more normal. It’s an all-natural psoriasis treatment that is a safe,effective way to treat your symptoms. So, you can use as much as you want, as often as you like. Plus,it’s been proven to help improve your skin!

Conversations Are Key.

If you’re stressing about going to the beach or a backyard barbecue, tell someone you trust about how you are feeling. Whether you have psoriasis on your hands, face, scalp or whole body, letting others know your struggles can often lift a weight from your shoulders. We’re also available to chat if you 
need extra support. Just give us a call or shoot us an email!

Everyone’s Normal Is Different.

It’s easy to get caught up in the day-to-day struggles of 
psoriasis. But, it’s important to remember that no one is normal. While we do strive for more normal looking and feeling skin, we also recognize that we each have something about ourselves that sets us apart from the crowd. Psoriasis is just more visible than we may like. Try to embrace what makes you different and the differences in others. Thisway of thinking can lead to increased self-confidence and a more empowered summer.
Summer is here! Take care of your skin, share your struggles and remember that you are not alone.Together, we can make this a truly great season. Are you ready for it?
Does your skin like the summer? How do you embrace the season? Share with us below.