In common with other health products, Soratinex does not have a 100 per cent efficacy rate. However, if you feel it isn’t working for you, there might be an underlying reason and so before you stop using the treatment, take time to read the guide below to ensure you’re giving yourself every opportunity to take advantage of the benefits Soratinex can bring.

‘By the end of eight weeks my scalp was completely clear’

I have always found that my diet helped. At 23, I became vegan and that had a very positive impact – I was about 95 per cent clear for a long time. But when I became pregnant, my friends and relatives said they were concerned about how a vegan diet might affect the development of my baby and so I went vegetarian and have been ever since. The psoriasis worsened to some extent and it never really went away but I do feel my diet has helped to control it.

‘I had psoriasis for 18 years on my arms, chest, back and knees. In 2017 I was accepted as the last patient for UK trials of Soratinex conducted by Professor Anthony Chu [former Senior Consultant in Dermatology at Imperial Healthcare Trust, Hammersmith and Ealing Hospitals].

I first developed psoriasis at the front of my scalp in my early fifties but it took two years before I was formally diagnosed. I understand that this isn’t unusual.

‘The first thing that appealed to me was that the ingredients are from Mother Earth – now I’m 100 per cent clear’

‘I developed psoriasis eight years ago during the last months of my wife, Alma's, life. ‘She had been suffering from multiple sclerosis for a long time and towards the end she contracted pneumonia, her second bout, and it was like an emotional rollercoaster for three months – my three sons and I would be told she wouldn’t last the day, then she would recover, then fall ill again.

‘I had psoriasis for 60 years but after Soratinex it has almost completely gone’

Mrs Brockie, a former shop worker, developed psoriasis four years ago during a period of stress when her husband, Tom, was ill. She had it under a breast and on both legs, meaning she always wore long skirts or trousers and suffered from a lack of confidence.

'I thought this was it. I would be like this forever'