Put Your Skin on KP Duty

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Put your Skin on KP Duty

Do you ever get those tiny, hard little bumps on your skin, especially in the winter, that make it feel like chicken skin? I get them on the backs of my thighs and arms and they are itchy and annoying. Well, these tiny little bumps have a name: Keratosis Pilarsis (KP) and they affect nearly half of the world’s population. DERMAdoctor has developed the first product specifically designed to treat this chronic skin condition, KP Duty dermatologist formulated AHA moisturizing therapy for dry skin.

After showering and using KP Duty dermatologist formulated body scrub, I pat my skin gently dry and slather it with KP Duty moisturizer. The thick and creamy formula contains medically potent levels of Glycolic Acid blended with Urea, the dermatologist recommended humectant, to soften and smooth away the driest roughest skin. It also includes botanical antioxidant powerhouse green tea to soothe and calm the skin, as well as Dimethicone to reduce moisture evaporation. It works miracles on KP, but also eczema, dermatitis and just really dry skin. The results seem almost instantaneous. After using KP Duty regularly, my skin has stayed soft and smooth throughout the winter and into the Spring.

The best part though is how much it has helped my kids. Their skin gets really dry as well, with rough, scaly patches. After using KP Duty, my daughter's skin was soft again within just a day or two. No parent should be without it (although check with your pediatrician before using on children under two). Children have an even higher incidence of KP (50 to 80 percent of kids have it) and the condition is actually hereditary.

Stock up on this powerful solution to all of your dry skin woes so your skin is soft, supple and smooth in time for swimsuit season. Save with the KP “double Duty” two-pack and kiss your chicken skin goodbye.

By Amy Burger
DERMAdoctor Staff Writer

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