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ask: Has anyone tried QuickRelief for psoriasis?

By Anonymous

I have had p for 41 years and have never found anything except getting sunburned that helped it. I have it now over 70% of my body. I am very depressed about it. Summer is coming and I won't be able to cover it up.

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i used quick relif for 6 months and it cleared my echzema I was fighting it for almost 2 years it worked for me.

September 4, 2013 - 8:05am
EmpowHER Guest

I bought this product for my son's psoriasis on his scalp. IT DOES NOT WORK! The money back guarantee is a BIG JOKE. I spent about $130.00 on this joke of a product for a 3 month supply , and to get the guarantee I have to spend another $130.00 for another 3 month supply . The way I understood this product , if it didn't CLEAR up in 3 MONTHS you would get your money back , NOT SO! Just another scam.

July 29, 2013 - 6:42am
Darlene Carpenter

I've been using QuickRelief for 3 1/2 months and I was 98% body coverage and now I'm almost cleared. But if anyone knows if I'll have to keep using it to keep the psoriasis from coming back

July 27, 2013 - 12:36pm
EmpowHER Guest

On QuickRelief. I have used this for almost 4 years now and it works for me. What a great product.

March 29, 2013 - 10:13am
EmpowHER Guest

BIG NO to this product .be careful about there money back policy don't work .i have tried for year. wanna throw your money away go ahead .then buy it

March 13, 2013 - 4:23pm
EmpowHER Guest

I've haf the same prob too.. Resorted to try out quickrelief and it was a dissapointing move.. I tried contacting them for refund, and as ecpected, they recommended me to foible up my pill dosage... Scam!

January 25, 2013 - 7:36pm
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Okay enough trash talking this product! I have had psoriasis for 30 years and this was the first product apart from Clearasis that cleared up my Psoriasis. The first thing you need to realize is it doesn't work overnight. It took you years to develop on your body and most people aren't willing to change their bad eating habits. They expect a miracle pill to completely eliminate one of the most stubborn skin problems man has been facing for centuries.Get real. The large patches I had on my legs are90% gone with baby smoother skin left behind after taking the pills the second time around.I would recommend that if you're suffering from people give it a try. I will leave my name because This is a legit review.

Joe D.

October 14, 2012 - 7:25pm
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Anonymous (reply to Anonymous)

I would like to ask those who had positive results from quick relief if they used any other techniques at the same time. Like did they use only quick relief spray and pills or did they also use moisturizers, and if so which ones. Did they use baths to exfoliate? Did they go off gluten? I guess I would like to know everything they did.

November 23, 2013 - 7:31pm
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Anonymous (reply to Anonymous)

I found that sea salt baths had by far the most effect. I went to a dead sea spa and the results were dramatic. So at home I continued with 4 cups of sea salt per bath. If you have a deep soaker tub then use even more salt. The dead sea is known to give remission in 21 days. At the same time I used melaleuca Renew intensive skin therapy throughout the day. I also went off gluten bread. Tried quinoa. Me research said that gluten (which is 200 times worse in GMO wheat) is hard to digest and your body uses up minerals to fight it. So you are probably mineral deficient from fighting gluten. The baths do a bunch of things. Clearing toxins and exchanging with healthy minerals. Try mineral spring spas. Take mineral spupplements, but get himalayan sea salt to eat and also sea salt for baths to up your minerals. And moisturize. I have just in the past two weeks used the new Polysporin Excema essentials. It is new and It seems to help . My skin is looking so much better, no thick plaques and it Is not flaky anymore. ( I have only tried the sea salt for a couple of months.) Soak 40 minutes.

February 11, 2014 - 11:42am
Row (reply to Anonymous)

Hi I have never been on a forum before, but i saw this particular question and would like to share what Ive used for the psoriasis Ive had for about a just over a year now.. I had no idea I had psoriasis until 4 or so months into it, where it became so severe it covered most of my back, chest area, parts of my arms and legs, face and scalp and nothing over the counter seemed to work for me, except i do believe pawpaw ointment was good. Then i came across 'Quickrelief', on the internet, sceptical at 1st being an online drug but thought oh well I have nothing to lose. It was the best decision i made, it cleared it all up and made me skin smooth again just with the 3 month dosage but i had the spray also which didnt work for me, was irritating. So instead i also used at the same time with my pills some products from 'Humankind Organics' (found online also) a shampoo, conditioner and cream which helped heal the scalp really surprisingly well and body.. And pawpaw ointment for my face. I used the cream from 'humankind organincs' as a moisturiser for my body and I used some oatmeal product from the chemist with a low ph to use when showering I will be using all again in which i pray will work every time if need be. Hope this helps xx.

February 11, 2014 - 8:15am
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