Hi, I’m Natasha with LovelySkin.com. Keratosis pilaris or KP affects about 50% of the world’s population. This condition is identifiable by rough bumps typically found on the upper arms and thighs.
KP is hereditary and caused by excess skin cells around hair follicles. It is not dangerous and often improves with age or during warmer months.
Treating keratosis pilaris is all about smoothing the skin. Products with glycolic acid, urea and vitamin A or retinol treatments. Scrubs and peels are the best forms of treatment as they remove roughness for softer, smoother skin.
In order to keep KP at bay, it’s best to make treatment part of your regular routine. Discontinuing treatment will allow the bumps to return.
Find effective treatments for this concern at LovelySkin.com/KeratosisPilaris. For help choosing products, call, email or live chat our Customer Care Team.
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