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Blog: May 1st 2012
'Ex-psoriasis patient'

Itís been almost 3 years since I first learned about Kartalin. Apart from two little spots on my right leg, and a small spot on my left knee, Iíve had a carefree winter, psoriasis-wise. I recently caught myself no longer feeling like a Ďpsoriasis patientí anymore. Itís kind of strange, considering for roughly 24 years it prevented me from enjoying swimming in the pool or a day out in the sun with the kids. In fact, it hindered me quite a lot.

Kartalin nourishing skin cream

We are aware of the fact that there are a lot of treatments available for psoriasis. Therefore, Kartalin may seem like yet another remedy. It was no different for us. We didnít really believe in it until we experienced it for ourselves in 2009. Kartalin really seemed to work for us! We were so excited and therefore wasted no time in making our decision to import it to the Dutch market ourselves. [Read our story]

100% natural

Steroid creams offer an effective method to resolve the phenomena of inflammation and itching. Unfortunately, the use of these ointments also has a harmful array of side effects: diluted skin, unwanted hair growth, acute acne, etc. That's why a lot of people are searching for solutions that do not contain synthetic or hormonal contents, and would prefer something made exclusively of natural ingredients.

Kartalin cream is 100% natural. Kartalin does not cause skin atrophy or other disadvantageous effects that occur with hormonal ointments. Kartalin does not contain any synthetic or hormonal components. The use of Kartalin cream is safe, does not cause irritations and is well tolerated by the skin.

Kartalin protects pre-emptively, provided it is being used long enough (2 to 4 months). It has a good and strong healing effect, after which a symptom-free period of 1.5 to 4 years is possible. It is also suitable for children 3 years and up.

Disclaimer: The reviews and the blog on this website are testimonies of Kartalin users and are a description of their experiences with Kartalin cream. However, the results can vary from person to person. Kartalin is not a medicine and is not meant to cure or to prevent (skin) disease(s). If you have any doubts, consult your general practitioner or dermatologist.