Topical corticosteroids can reduce the redness and scale of plaque psoriasis. Learn your options and how to use these creams for maximum benefit.
One topical retinoid, tazarotene, is approved to treat psoriasis. Here’s a look at what it is, how it works, and whether it may be a good option for you.
Steroids aren’t the only treatment for plaque psoriasis. Learn which nonsteroidal topicals your doctor might prescribe to clear your skin.
Topicals are a common medication for plaque psoriasis. Here’s what to expect, including what type to use, side effects, and how long to use them.
Choosing a psoriasis treatment may require some trial and error. There are several categories, and then there’s the choice of a cream, ointment, foam, etc.