10. It’s more than a rash
Psoriasis causes itchy, flaky, red skin that looks like a rash, but it’s not just dry skin. It’s an autoimmune disorder in which the body is unable to distinguish between healthy cells and foreign bodies. Due to that, the body begins to attack its own organs and cells, which can be painful and difficult to deal with. This attack triggers an increase in the development of new skin cells in the case of psoriasis, resulting in dry, hardened patches on the skin’s surface.