Spin is a way of reporting that distorts the true findings; we sought to investigate the prevalence of spin in systematic review abstracts on psoriasis treatments and whether study characteristics were associated with spin. We searched MEDLINE and Embase to obtain our sample. Screening and data extraction were performed in a masked duplicate fashion. Each included study was evaluated for the 9 most severe types of spin and other study characteristics. The methodological quality was assessed to explore potential relationships between spin and study quality. Search queries returned 3200 articles, which included 173 systematic reviews. Spin was present in systematic review abstracts. Preventing spin is essential for improving future systematic reviews.