If you've been following along with our Philips BlueControl journey, we're back with a final update for you.
It's been nearly 6 months now since we've started using BlueControl to treat Psoriasis, and the results have been phenomenal. My mum has said to me that she never in her wildest dreams expected to be able to keep her Psoriasis under control without using a steroid, and after suffering for nearly 35 years, a product like this has been a long time coming for her.
Below I have included pictures of the Psoriasis before starting treatment, and pictures of how the treated areas look now, for your reference.
As you can see from the images above, the thick, scaly, plaque-like texture has been replaced by normal, smooth skin. Of course there are still patches trying to break out, but that's normal, as Psoriasis can be very persistent, but we believe that through continued use of BlueControl, by the end of the year it should be pretty much disappeared entirely. As you can see for yourself from both the images above and on my previous updates, BlueControl works.
Throughout this whole treatment, BlueControl has fitted right in as part of our every day routine. As mentioned in my previous posts, it's convenient and can just simply be strapped on to the area without hindering you from getting on with what you need to do. It can be worn at work, home, driving - so there's absolutely no excuse to fall behind with your treatment.
Moving forward, both my mum and I now can't imagine our lives without BlueControl. Especially for my mum, it's given her the confidence that she should've had as a 20 year old woman, and she finally feels confident enough to lay on the beach in swimwear without feeling worried about people noticing her Psoriasis.
If you have any questions about our journey or if you'd like any advice, please don't hesitate to ask me and I'll try my best to help.
You can also read my first post on our BlueControl journey here, and my update on our BlueControl journey here.
You can also purchase the BlueControl device from the Philips website here.
Disclaimer: Please note that this is a sponsored post in collaboration with Philips, however all results, reviews and opinions are of my own personal experiences and thoughts only.
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