Treatment for Keratosis Pilaris

Skin Care

New Break Through Treatment For Keratosis Pilaris — KERATOSIS PILARIS, also known as KP, is a skin disorder where light red rashes or slight bumps appear on the skin and do not usually cause any itching. This usually occurs due to accumulation of protein (keratin) around the hair follicles on the skin and gives skin a little bumpy appearance. Due to similarity in symptoms the patients usually misinterpret its occurrence as goose bumps or acne and start the treatment accordingly which provides no or very little relief. The symptoms appear mainly on the upper arms and thighs and rarely on facial skin. They start to exaggerate with puberty and improve with age at their own pace. Also dry skin in winter increases the occurrence of KP which again improves in summers. In many cases KP has been found to show genetic correlation too. The condition has no long term health related negative effect and usually subsides by the age of 30.

KERATOSIS PILARIS does not harm or lead to any serious negative effects to the body but leaves the skin with a bumpy texture that often looks like a rash. So the main affect of this skin disorder is with the patient’s confidence in how they look. It is a common problem among the young affecting about 50 to 80% of adolescents. Apart from being a genetic disorder, dry skin is also a main cause of manifestation of this skin problem.

KERATOSIS PILARIS does not have a permanent one time cure, but treatments are available which would help reduce the formation of and also mask the appearance of already formed papules. If concerned about the appearance of the skin one can consult his family physician or a dermatologist to get the proper treatment which can be decided upon once the skin type and type of scales or bumps formed (due to KP) have been well examined.

Moisturizers and other skin soothing lotions have been found to be helpful in treatment of this condition and to some extent salicylic acid and tea tree extract add to further relief. The Keratosis Pilaris Treatment Kit by Skin Care Heaven effectively treats KERATOSIS PILARIS symptoms by combining key ingredients which target these unsightly bumps. Keratosis Pilaris is a common skin condition in which a protein in the skin called keratin forms hard plugs within the hair follicle. This KERATOSIS PILARIS treatment kit has been found to be acting at the root cause of KERATOSIS PILARIS that is the accumulation of excessive proteins around the hair follicles and effectively treats the symptoms.

The kit contains a soothing lotion and an exfoliating cream with tea tree extract and a hydration spray. The lotion applied at first acts as the hydrating agent for the skin then the bamboo micro beads of the scrub remove the dead cells from the skin. When the Hydrating spray is applied it acts at the roots of the follicles to effectively penetrate and stop further accumulation of keratin. Thus the KP kit when used regularly helps treat the skin disorder in a easy to use 4 step process which helps regain the original vibrant and smooth skin.

The Author:

Naomi Andrews is a professional esthetician and skin care expert. She has extensive expertise of various skin procedures like facials and microdermabrasion. She has an ardent interest in studying the use and effectiveness of mineral makeup and cosmetics and anti-aging skin care products.

2 thoughts on “Treatment for Keratosis Pilaris

  1. Great article! I have been suffering this since I was a child. I did all my best to find effective methods on the internet. I have found different methods (some worked and some didn’t). To save you time on doing research. I have compiled some effective methods on how to treat KP. And what’s more interesting, these methods are natural ways and no need to purchase some expensive medicine which just temporarily cure KP. I hope it will work for you too! Goodluck! 🙂

  2. Keratosis Pilaris is a skin disorder which can affect people of all age groups. Keratosis Pilaris Herbal Treatment is to soften the bumps. Swollen and reddened bumps on the skin are symptoms of Keratosis Pilaris.

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