For me and many others it HAS worked. I can only hope that it is safe. I would like to see feedback on others experience with regard to safety. I don't think it's had any side effects - but don't know.
How do I decide which psoriasis products to buy?
Experience has taught me to ignore business sites and to go on sites like this where the personal testimonies are hopefully genuine.
The ingredients I have on the green coloured fungal Coresatin box are
Coremirac-6, Allantoin, Aloe Vera extract, Bisabolol, Borneol, Cetosstearyl Alcohol, Chlorhexidine Acetate, Diazolidynyl Urea, Glycerin,
Glyceryl Monostearate, Laurocapram, Menthol, Parrafin Oil, Polydimethyl Clyclosiloxane, Propolis, Stearic Acid, Vaseline, Vitamin B5, Deionized water.
I don't think the blue and white psoriasis Coresatin ingredient list is much different.
Orthostatic proteinuria accounts for up to 60 percent of all cases of asymptomatic proteinuria reported in children, with an even higher incidence in adolescents. 18 Variations in the quantity of daily protein excretion have been observed. If all laboratory tests are normal except for persistently elevated protein excretion, the possibility of orthostatic proteinuria should be investigated, particularly if the child is older than six years of age. This is best done by using the so-called orthostatic test. The patient is instructed to urinate just before going to bed at night and to discard the urine. He or she must remain supine all night and urinate the next morning immediately after arising. This urine sample is kept separate and labeled “supine” or “recumbent.”
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