Peel Here for Smooth Skin

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You’ve seen them: those embarrassing crusty raised bumps on the backs of your upper arms and legs, known as keratosis pilaris. Often called KP or chicken skin, the condition is genetic and affects approximately half of the world’s population.

Your doctor may have told you that you would grow out of them, but here you are, still embarrassed to go sleeveless or wear a pair of shorts because of those rough, polka-dotted bumps.

If you’ve tried it all to help improve your KP—from pricey prescriptions and doctor’s visits to home remedies—all to no avail, then it’s time to try out KP Duty High Potency Body Peel.

Formulated specifically to improve the appearance of keratosis pilaris, the new body peel comes as a duo treatment in foil-wrapped towelettes. As far as peels are concerned, this peel is effective enough to tackle KP at-home, but gentle enough to use daily.

To use the dual High Potency Body Peel system, swipe on the first wipe, named "Resurface," to activate the intensive, 17-acid chemical peel. Leave it on for 1 to 2 minutes, and then neutralize with water by showering or using a damp washcloth. Pat the area dry and apply "Quench."

The combination of the exfoliating "Resurface" wipe and the mega hydration + calming complex of "Quench" helps soothe the appearance of all those little red polka dots. The result? Soft, glowing skin with no redness, mess, or visual peeling. You’ll gladly make room in your medicine cabinet for these handy wipes.

To boost the effectiveness of the High Potency Body Peel, try using it in conjunction with KP Duty Dermatologist Formulated AHA Moisturizing Therapy for Dry Skin, which is a patented treatment just for KP. Apply the moisturizer after the “Quench” step of the body peel for an added layer of treatment.

Even though there is no known cure for KP, improving the appearance of your chicken skin is now easier than ever to manage with the new KP Duty Body Peel. If you’ve tried everything for your keratosis pilaris with no improvement, check out the new KP Duty Body Peel Pads to make a noticeable difference in your KP.


This post was posted in Dry Skin, Moisturizer, Blog Posts, Keratosis Pilaris and was tagged with kp duty, keratosis pilaris

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