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Treating Keratosis Pilaris

Keratosis Pilaris Treatment Plan

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Keratosis pilaris is a common skin condition, there’s no need to be overly worried about it. It has been estimated that 50-80% of adolescents suffer from keratosis pilaris at some point as well as 30-50% of adults. It often appears on otherwise healthy individuals and is more or less medically harmless. Regardless, many people feel self conscious about these red bumps and sometimes itchiness and dryness occurs in the area. There are several ways to minimize these little bumps through a keratosis pilaris treatment. You can once again feel confident going sleeveless! What’s happening in your skin when this occurs...

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Why Treat KP: Dealing with Keratosis Pilaris for Teens

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If you know anything at all about keratosis pilaris, you know that it is not a dangerous condition.  The Mayo Clinic describes the signs and symptoms as follows: Small, acne-like bumps Painless, skin-colored bumps that can, at times, be red and … Continue reading

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Causes of Keratosis Pilaris and Chicken Skin

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If you’re reading this blog, you’re probably already familiar with keratosis pilaris, known more commonly as “chicken skin”. You’re already familiar with the red bumps on your thighs or upper arms. What you probably don’t know is what causes it, … Continue reading

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A Comprehensive Approach to Treating Keratosis Pilaris

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As anyone with keratosis pilaris knows, the condition can be hard to treat. Often times the solution is to combine a keratosis pilaris cream like KP Elements with several easy lifestyle changes that can help keep your KP at bay. Creating … Continue reading

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Red bumps on my arms and legs: What are they?

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If you’re suffering from red bumps on the skin of your arms, legs, trunk, face, or other parts of your body, you’ve probably spent some time on the internet trying to figure out exactly what that annoying rash is and how to … Continue reading

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