Pityriasis Rosea is a harmless fungal infection commonly mistaken for psoriasis. Initial symptoms are a patch on the trunk, progressing into widespread scaliness covering the entire trunk, over days to weeks, causing itchiness. Frequently no treatment is required, with the rash healing itself without leaving scars. Eudelo’s dermatologists can however recommend the correct diagnosis, and a mild topical treatment to accelerate the clear-up.