Keratosis Pilaris

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Keratosis PilarisKeratosis Pilaris (KP) affects approximately 50% of the world's population. KP is a hereditary skin condition exemplified by minute, rough bumps that are often red and grater-like in texture. Since keratosis pilaris is genetically predetermined, it may not be curable, but should be controllable with proper skin treatment.

Keratosis pilaris treatment is all about smoothing the bumps and reducing the red appearance. Therapy utilizing exfoliation and moisturizing, can help improve texture and color, eliminate acne-causing plugs and help your overall skin health. KP Duty Body Scrub with Chemical + Physical Exfoliation acts as a chemical peel and microdermabrasion session in one. KP Duty Dermatologist Formulated Therapy for Dry, Rough, Bumpy Skin incorporates medically proven technology to help improve the appearance of keratosis pilaris. Potent levels of Glycolic Acid blended with Urea, a dermatologist recommended moisturizer, work to soften dry skin and KP bumps.

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