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A common skin condition, which appears as tiny bumps on the skin. The bumps look like goosebumps and can also be mistaken for small pimples.
These rough-feeling bumps are actually plugs of dead skin cells. The plugs appear most often on the upper arms and thighs. Children may have these bumps on their cheeks. Keratosis pilaris is harmless.
If the itch, dryness, or the appearance of these bumps bother you, treatment can help.
Keratosis pilaris is not contagious. We get keratosis pilaris when dead skin cells clog our pores/hair follicles.
When dead skin cells clog many hair follicles, you feel the rough, dry patches of keratosis pilaris.
Morning & Evening
For best results:
Don't apply Chemical peel spray and body moisturizer at the same time. Apply once in the morning and the other in the evening.
Start by applying Chemical peel spray only 1-2 times per week, slowly increasing frequency of use as your skin becomes tolerated.
Click here to watch the Keratosis Pilaris regimen video: