Exorex Lotion, vs BodyWash & shampoo

Posted Wed 16 May 2018 2.41pm by OhNo_NotAgain? (edited Wed 16 May 2018 2.42pm by OhNo_NotAgain?)

Exorex Lotion, in a green bottle and box, is a coal-tar based treatment for psoriasis.

Exorex Hair and Body Wash, in a blue bottle and box, is simply a gentle, unfragranced and uncolored wash. It has no active ingredient to TREAT psoriasis. It should not cause any irritation of course.

I recently bought a bottle of the Lotion to try, and while on amazon one day I saw the body wash advertised and bought it with no further research. Do not make the same mistake that I did.

On Amazon the product description for the body wash said that it was a TREATMENT for psoriasis.

I have confirmed that it is clear on the Exorex website that the Lotion is licensed as a treatment for psoriasis, and that the Hair and Body wash is not.

On the packaging for the Body Wash it clearly says:

"Can be used with the Exorex Lotion treatment programme for Psoriasis" and

" gently cleanses, and used regularly may assist in the management of common dry and sensitive skin conditions". (note the word "may" ).

Posted Mon 21 May 2018 9.17pm by Jennifer.24

I have just started using Exorex lotion for the first time and I find it is making me so itchy that I physically cannot stop scratching but I feel my Psoriasis has improved.

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