What is psoriasis?
Q. What is psoriasis?
A. In psoriasis, the normal replacement that takes place in the skin all over the body is in certain patches where the skin appears deep pink and raised up. The cells in our skin contain keratin which makes them resistant to many problems. But in psoriasis, the production of keratin is very less and that’s why the newly cells in the patch of skin are short-lived. Usually silvery scales like lesions are seen in psoriasis, removal of which may cause minute bleeding spots.