There are a range of treatment options for psoriasis including topical (applied to the skin), systemic (taken internally) and phototherapy (ultraviolet light applied to the skin).
Effective treatment of all but mild to moderate forms of psoriasis usually includes a combination of treatment options and requires a prescription and medical guidance.
Traditionally topical treatment involved the use of steroid creams but natural alternatives like Calendulis Plus Cream are becoming increasingly popular as they have fewer side effects and can be used for longer periods.
Keeping the skin well moisturised is also important when treating psoriasis. Soaking in a bath with oils added is very beneficial.
Of course one of the most effective and least expensive forms of treatment is exposure to sunlight.