Psoriasis is a chronic skin condition symbolized by growth of skin cells at a faster rate than usual.
Because of this, thick red, silver or white skin spots called plaques are formed. Typical skin cells are reproduced after every 4 weeks.
However, when affected by psoriasis, the new skin cells regenerate in days rather than in weeks. It commonly affects adults but can also affect teens and kids.
The areas range in size and can be found on the elbows, hands, knees, feet, lower back or on the scalp... http://bit.ly/2osn2Qq