Ixekizumab(Taltz) I Ilumya I Cosentyx Reviews


Psoriasis is an autoimmune disease but psoriasis is a disease that affects about 125-130 million people worldwide.So what do users think about drugs? Is it really that effective? Is healing possible? Are these drugs expensive?

Taltz (ixekizumab),ilumya,cosentyx is used to treat plaque psoriasis  which is a type of treatment for moderate-to-severe plaque psoriasis that may help people who haven’t been able to get their symptoms under control.(1)

Let's see what users have said...

Cosentyx is working. My skin is returning to its true form. Cosentyx pharma execs, if you ensure this is covered by insurance, I will become your greatest shill. (twitter user reviews)

Cosentyx really good but problem is the incredible cost of most of these drugs, for example Cosentyx is $5K!

I’ve been on Taltz for a good 2 and a half years, recently stopped for about 6months just because of life and slightly to see what would happen. And it came back full fledge. I’ve had severe plaque psoriasis since I was a little kid maybe 5ish. I have it all over my body especially extremities. Taltz has been amazing only problem is the auto injector for me is very painful.(youtube user reviews)

Taltz works great for me. I've been on it about a month now and results are amazing. Good luck! (youtube user reviews)

My 20 year old son starts Taltz today, he’s tried all kinds of sprays and creams, steroids and humari.. all did not work I hope this will work (youtube)

I am so excited to share my psoriasis progress with the world. I am usually very hesitant to show people my legs and have hid the disease under clothes or makeup for 20 years. I just couldn't hold in how excited I am though to be able to bare my legs again.(facebook users reviews/cosentyx about)

My skin was 70% covered. Now, I take Methotrexate and Cosentyx and for the first time in my life, my skins clear. (twitter user reviews)

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