Inverse Psoriasis

Inverse Psoriasis affects skin folds such as the armpits and groin. It is characterised by smooth, red inflamed lesions without any scaling which are often irritated by rubbing or sweating.

  • Red and inflamed plaques that only occur in skin folds — armpits, in the genital area, between the buttocks, and under the breasts.

  • Scale usually does not form, and the lesions are shiny and smooth.

  • Skin very tender.

  • Lesion easily irritated, especially by rubbing and perspiration.

  • More prevalent in people who are overweight.

  • Many people have another type of psoriasis elsewhere on the body

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