About Psoriasis Revolution
Psoriasis Revolution claims to be a clinically proven, 7-step holistic system that can help you “regain your internal” balance and permanently cure your psoriasis in as little as 30-60 days, without the use of drugs or steroid creams. In fact, Psoriasis Revolution is even claimed to be customizable based on your specific condition.
Psoriasis Revolution was created by Dan Crawford, a Certified Nutrition Specialist who claims to have based the information it contains on 12 years and 47,000+ hours of “documented clinical research and thousands of dollars spent on experiments and trial and error.” Dan claims that, although psoriasis manifests on the outside, it’s actually an internal problem that needs to be addressed, which is exactly what his program is claimed to do.
And according to Dan, not only can the information contained in Psoriasis Revolution help you permanently overcome your psoriasis—regardless of the type—but it can also help you reverse pitted, thickened, or discolored finger or toe nails; avoid related health conditions such as psoriatic arthritis; and lose weight, increase your energy, look younger, and feel healthier. Because of this, Dan claims the program has been used successfully by more than 160,000 individuals in 173 countries.
Despite all these benefits, Psoriasis Revolution is claimed to be safe and effective, practical, easy to understand and to work fast.
Regardless of where on your body psoriasis manifests, the constant itchiness can drive you crazy, and if it’s noticeable by someone else, can make you never want to leave the house. But will Psoriasis Revolution provide some relief, or is it a scam? Consider the following:
What Is Psoriasis?
If you’re reading this review, you almost certainly have a very personal understanding of what psoriasis is, and how it can negatively impact your life or the life of a loved one.
Just as a brief summary though, psoriasis is “a common skin condition that changes the life cycle of skin cells. Psoriasis causes cells to build up rapidly on the surface of the skin. The extra skin cells form thick, silvery scales and itchy, dry, red patches that are sometimes painful.”
Psoriasis has a variety of well known causes, including stress, skin injury, medications, infections and more. However, psoriasis is a very “personal” condition, because what triggers one person’s flare ups may have no effect on another.
How Does Psoriasis Revolution Claim to Work?
In short, we’re not told. Despite reading through more than 13,000 words (the equivalent of roughly 43 pages in a regular book) on the product’s website, there wasn’t a single indication of exactly what information is contained in Psoriasis Revolution, how this information will help permanently cure your psoriasis, or how it compares to information provided through healthcare providers (or even that you can find elsewhere online for free).
Is It Possible to Cure Your Psoriasis?
Regardless of the information contained (or not) in Psoriasis Revolution, although some new treatments have appeared over the last several years, in addition to existing ones that can reduce your symptoms, there is no cure for psoriasis.
Because of this, one of the following statements is true about Psoriasis Revolution. Either:
Dan Crawford has made a huge medical breakthrough that could possibly benefit millions of people, but one that he’s decided to sell as a Clickbank e-book, or
The information it contains isn’t anywhere nearly as revolutionary as Dan claims.
Based on our experience, it’s our opinion that the second option is much more likely than the first.
Who Is Dan Crawford?
According to the Psoriasis Revolution website, Dan Crawford is a “medical researcher, nutritionist, health consultant, and former chronic psoriasis sufferer.”
However, outside of websites directly related to Psoriasis Revolution, online information about Dan appears to be essentially non-existent.
Because of this, as well as our extensive experience reviewing these types of products, it’s our opinion that Dan Crawford is an alias at best or a completely fictional person at worst.
Can You Trust Online Reviews of Psoriasis Revolution?
Like many similar products, Psoriasis Revolution is advertised only through a network of independent affiliates.
These affiliates earn commissions from each sale they refer, so they’ll often resort to less-than-stellar marketing techniques such as creating fake online customer review websites. Although these might appear to be legitimate customer reviews, they’re really just more marketing hype.
Outside of these affiliate “reviews,” there weren’t any legitimate online customer reviews available for Psoriasis Revolution at the time of our research.
Psoriasis Revolution Pricing and Refund Policy
The 250-page Psoriasis Revolution e-book is priced at $47 and is available for download after your payment has been processed.
With your purchase, you’ll also receive 6 bonus e-books:
- The Complete Handbook of Nature’s Cures
- How & When to Be Your Own Doctor
- The Healing Power of Water
- The Ultimate Guide to Relaxation
- The Beginner’s Guide to Yoga & Meditation
- Secrets to Sleeping Soundly
Finally, you’ll also receive free lifetime updates any time improvements are made to the material contained in Psoriasis Revolution, as well as one-on-one email counseling with Dan for a period of 3 months.
Like all products sold through Clickbank, Psoriasis Revolution comes with a 60-day refund policy, which you can initiate by contacting customer service at 800-390-6035.
The Bottom Line
Considering that there’s no known cure for psoriasis, we’re not told exactly what kind of information is contained in the e-book, and that Dan Crawford appears to be a fictional person, it’s our opinion that your money would be better spent on something other than Psoriasis Revolution.
1 out 1 people found this review helpful
Much to my surprise!
I bought this e-book but had some difficulties (because of my non-techie persona) getting the download. That gave me time to read some reviews and I believed I had been scammed. Not the first time. I had psoriasis for over 47 years.
BUT a month after getting the download I decided to take a look and see if I could at least get one or two bits of information after reading Psoriasis Revolution.
Much to my surprise, this book is full of good information. Easy to read. And I did learn a few new things. Much of it is common sense.
Now, I have been working with people with psoriasis for the past five years. I was healed (not cured, there is NO cure) by a simple protocol. My website has reached people from all over the world. So, I know a thing or two about this disease.
In my opinion, this is an excellent book and would be helpful for people with psoriasis. There are lots of tips. Lots of information. And a bit of history. I will reread it more carefully.
I did find a few incorrect assumptions (e.g. the shortage of red meat during ww2 decreasing the incidence of psoriasis). A bit of a stretch. And it was more likely to have been dairy products.
That being said. I think this book would be helpful for people who want to have a lot of good information about psoriasis in one place.
Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend