Psoriasis Revolution by ‘Dan Crawford’ is nothing but a pathetic scam designed to waste your time and dupe you of your hard earned cash! This short review will finally put the final kibosh on this abomination of a product, which is part of an ‘[insert any disease here] No More’ scam empire currently infecting retail sites like Clickbank.
Created in 2012, Psoriasis Revolution claims to be the ‘only holistic system in existence’ that will cure you of your psoriasis in 7 days and eliminate its root cause in 30-60 days. In fact, the fictional Crawford goes on to ‘100% guarantee’ that his method, which he allegedly developed after ‘47,000+ hours of research,’ will permanently cure your psoriasis. Well I’m not going to waste my time talking much about what the product offers because:
- I’ve already done that before and
- The author never tells us how his product actually works.
I know that some of you might be wondering: Why did I say that ‘I’ve already done that before?’ Well this is why:
Psoriasis Revolution is Similar to Yeast Infection No More, Heartburn No More, Pregnancy Miracle, Acne No More
A quick look at Psoriasis’ Revolution’s website instantly reminded me of Yeast Infection No More, Heartburn No More, Pregnancy Miracle and Acne No More. These are all scams sharing the same website design, video style, author bio and script. The only thing the scammers did to make them look different was to change the photos and tweak the script a bit to reflect the product being advertised.
I don’t need to say much here. Take a look at Psoriasis Revolution’s website and compare it with the websites of the aforementioned scams and you’ll quickly understand.
As you can see, I don’t want to keep on repeating myself. So if you want to have an idea of what Psoriasis Revolution is talking about, read my earlier reviews of its sister scam products and you’ll be fine.
Now let’s turn our attention to the person who wrote this psoriasis ‘breakthrough.’ Who is he, actually?
Dan Crawford Does NOT Exist!
‘Dan Cawford’ calls himself a ‘certified nutrition specialist, health consultant, medical researcher, and author.’ Sounds familiar, right? This is because it’s the same bio used for the authors of Yeast Infection No More, Pregnancy Miracle… (God I hate repeating myself.) Oh … and he’s also a ‘former chronic psoriasis sufferer.’
Well don’t pay attention to this crap bio, because Dan Crawford is actually a stock photo widely used to market goods at Alibaba.com. It can also be found in several scam websites (like this one) with different names attached to it.
Final Conclusion: DON’T BUY Psoriasis Revolution. It is A SCAM!
Blacklisted Website: PsoriasisRevolution.com
Please note that psoriasis is caused by a host of factors, including drug allergies/reactions, nervous stress, autoimmune process etc. So if you have psoriasis, see your doctor so that he can specifically point out what is causing it.
Don’t waste your $47 buying a scam product that will, at best, tell you to lose weight, exercise and diet. These are remedies that have been found to be of little or no benefit to those with psoriasis. Besides, you can get nutrition advice for free at Psoriasis.org.
If you want your psoriatic rash to resolve, those treatment remedies Dan Crawford lambasted are still your best options. But for you to use them effectively, you need to see your doctor.
As always, if you have used Psoriasis Revolution or have anything to say, feel free to use the comments section. For more information about this scam, check out HighYa’s review.