It is a pharmaceutical product that inhibits the development of psoriatic crises by regulating the reproduction speed of epidermal cells or keratinocytes, by neutralizing the stimulating effect of various chemical mediators of the inflammatory process, such as neuropeptides and cytokines, which is why it is a drug of choice for Psoriasis treatment .
Information about the drugCoriodermina is a placental factor that inhibits the development of psoriatic crises by regulating the speed of reproduction of epidermal cells or keratinocytes, by neutralizing the stimulating effect of various chemical mediators of the process. inflammatory, such as neuropeptides and cytokines. What makes it an ideal product for the cure of Psoriasis .
It is presented in the form of a water-soluble jelly that exerts its action on the dermal layer by transcutaneous absorption from the application site. for The safety of Coriodermina allows it to be used in both children and adults, including the elderly, pregnant women and women during their menstrual period. It is also compatible with any type of food or drink, as well as with other groups of drugs.
Choriodermine has no harmful local or systemic side effects.
At the beginning of the Psoriasis treatment , when the patient begins the application of the jelly on the psoriatic lesions , in 30% of patients there is a reactivation or crisis of the disease characterized by a marked reddening of the plaques, accompanied by an intensification of itching and desquamation, as well as an increase in their thickness and number.
This effect lasts for approximately 15 - 25 days, thereafter the symptoms diminishing until the lesions, itching and scaling disappear completely, in the following 30 to 60 days.
Presentation:200 g plastic bottle.
Composition: Every 100g. Contains: Biostimulant human placental fraction of epidermal cell transformation solubilized in ethanol (90 degrees), 59 ml. Water soluble excipient, 100g.
Bottle of Coriodermina (235ml) ……….… .. $ 33.30 USD
Note: The drug Coriodermina is not sold freely, only after evaluation and prescription of the attending physician.