One of the most unpredictable yet commonly occurring skin disease is called psoriasis. Psoriasis is not your typical skin irritation as it consists of persistent skin cells multiplying ten times faster than normal cells. The increase of these cells causes some red plaques to appear that cover the white scales causing a lot of irritation. The disorder occurs on the elbows, scalp and knees and also end up affecting the soles of the feet and palms.
However, the most interesting thing is that the symptoms are pretty much dependent on the type of Psoriasis you have. In the long run, all types of Psoriasis affect your skin. It is also associated with arthritis that leads to pain and swelling of your joints. There’s an estimate that around 30% of the world’s population suffer from this skin disorder. But how does it occur?