Try a free sample of Zeroderm® ointment and raise money for the Psoriasis Association…
10th March 2014
Would you like to try an emollient ointment and also raise money for the Psoriasis Association?
Scottish Medicines Consortium (SMC) Approve Stelara for Use in Psoriatic Arthritis…
10th March 2014
The Scottish Medicines Consortium (SMC) has completed its assessment of the use of Stelara (Ustekinumab) and advises NHS Boards and Area Drug and Therapeutic Committees (ADTCs) on its use in Scotland.
Daily Mail Covers Unavailable Coal Tars…
5th March 2014
The Psoriasis Association has been asked to comment on the increasing unavailability of topical coal tars
British Journal of Dermatology February Plain Language Summaries …
21st February 2014
February's plain language summaries are now available from the prestigious journal
Campaign to Highlight Working with a Visible Condition…
10th February 2014
Changing Faces wants to hear about the highs and lows of working or finding a job when you have a visible condition
The British London 10K Run - 2014…
28th January 2014
Places are still up for grabs!
Try a free sample of Zeroderm® ointment and raise money for the Psoriasis Association
Zeroderm® ointment is a convenient three in one emollient ointment, which can be used to moisturise the skin, as a bath additive and as a soap substitute to cleanse the skin. Free from additives, preservatives, colours and fragrance, Zeroderm ointment can be used by all ages to nourish and soften dry skin in psoriasis and other dry skin conditions.
To try a free sample of Zeroderm ointment, email: firstname.lastname@example.org and provide us with your name and postal address where you would like the sample to be sent, stating “sample” in the subject line of your email. If you do not have email access call the Psoriasis Association on 08456 760076.
Once you’ve tried Zeroderm ointment, you’ll be invited to answer a short survey and for every survey completed, the Psoriasis Association will receive a £5 donation from T+R Derma, the manufacturers of Zeroderm ointment.
The British Association of Dermatologists (BAD) recommends the use of emollients in the management of psoriasis ‘to moisturise dry skin. They ease itching and dryness, reduce scaling, soften cracked areas and help promote the penetration of other topical treatments. They should be used as a soap substitute when bathing or washing, and should also be put on before the specific topical psoriasis treatment prescribed. …..Very mild psoriasis may respond to treatment with emollients alone. Emollients should be applied liberally and often.’ 
To find out more about Zeroderm ointment, visit:www.trderma.co.uk
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1. British Association of Dermatologists, Patient Information Leaflet ‘TOPICAL TREATMENTS FOR PSORIASIS’, updated November 2013