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Keratosis Pilaris

Keratosis Pilaris

Keratosis Pilaris (KP or “chicken skin”) affects approximately 50% of the world's population. KP is a hereditary skin condition characterized by red, rough and sometimes even scaly bumps on the buttocks, thighs and arms. Occasionally people even notice KP on their cheeks, especially in infants. The bumps that are associated with KP generally do not hurt, but can be frustrating since they are difficult to diagnose and treat.

Keratosis Pilaris is commonly predetermined by genetics and therefore it may not be curable, but the condition can be controllable with a skin care regimen that includes products containing ingredients such as glycolic acid and urea. Treating Keratosis Pilaris is about smoothing the bumps, reducing the red appearance and improving the skin’s texture. Treatment should include products designed for exfoliating and hydrating the skin to help improve texture and color, eliminate acne-causing plugs and help the overall health of your skin.

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