Soratinex for Psoriasis

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Doctors are testing new treatment for psoriasis

For twenty five years Mrs. Marie Prstkova refused to wear short skirts during the summer time. What was the reason? Her legs were covered in ugly large red flakes: psoriasis. "I also could not do my hair nicely because my hair looked as if I had hardened egg-white in it" - she describes.

In the spring time of this year, she started to use a new product imported to Europe from Australia. It helped Mrs. Prstkova get rid of the symptoms of this insidious disease. It has got a real healing effect even proven by dermatologists. It means hope for many people – there are about 300 thousand people suffering from psoriasis in the Czech Republic. However, doctors remind us that Dr Michaels products are more suitable for chronic forms of psoriasis, not for the acute forms. This has even been proven by a new study that took place in hospitals all over the Czech Republic and was based on the experience of more than two hundred patients.

The product is not classified as medicine, but as cosmetics. More specifically, healing cosmetics - this is what they call a product line of Skin Care Gel, Oil and Cream in other countries. "I have to admit, I was very sceptical. After all, it is only an alternative method. However, I was very surprised with the results," says one of the leading Czech dermatologists, Prof. Frantisek Novotny. The products have worked for more than 80 % of my patients." Prof. Novotny has already been using this method for three years. "In some cases the patients remain healed and without symptoms for over a year," he says. For many patients this is a great result. "I was treated with corticosteroids and also with photo-therapy. But this kind of treatment must often be discontinued for a period of time. Therefore psoriasis used to come back after two to three months," explains Ondrej Tichota from Melnik. Now he symptom free for four months.

One set for 2,000 CZK

However, other doctors still keep a safe distance when judging these products. "I have heard from patients very enthusiastic opinions in regard to these products helping them. I myself rather prefer the traditional methods," says dermatologist Dr. Monika Arenbergerova. She is afraid that the good results may not last long enough. In any case, she is sure that these cosmetics based on natural elements can do no harm, either. According to paediatric dermatologists the products are even suitable for children. Since these products are classified as cosmetics and not medicine, patients have to pay for the set of product themselves. "To me that was a small price I had to pay regarding the fact that I got rid of psoriasis," says Ondrej Tichota.

What is psoriasis

An incurable disease, when the skin renews seven times faster than usual. Psoriatic patients have red flaky spots on their skin. The disease is a huge emotional burden as well: psoriatic patients are afraid to go out and meet other people; very often they become severely depressed.

There are many ways and methods of how to fight psoriasis. Patients can get treated by corticosteroids and phototherapy. However, hormonal treatment has many bad side effects and therefore can’t be used for a long time period. Dr. Michals products are mainly based on natural substances and consist of plant oils.

Author: Lucie Frydecka


Dear Patients, we would like to let you know that in the process of rebranding we decided to change our former brand name (DR MICHAELS) to a new more suitable name SORATINEX for the new market launches of this revolutionary product. Therefore whenever you come across a reference to DR MICHAELS, then please always remember: SORATINEX is DR MICHAELS – it is just the name that has changed, nothing else. The two products are exactly the same in terms of ingredients and manufacturing. Both are made by Dr. Michael Tirant, Australia. We hope this will not cause any confusion, and that you will appreciate and like our new brand name and design.

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