How Do You Treat Chicken Skin (Keratosis Pilaris)?
Keratosis Pilaris, which is also known as “Chicken Skin” is a very common skin condition. Keratosis pilaris affects an estimated 40 to 50% of the adult population and approximately 50 to 80% of all children. Most people don’t know they have it. Keratosis Pilaris (KP) is characterized by the appearance of small, rough bumps on the skin and is usually compared to the appearance of goosebumps. Primarily, it appears on the back and outer sides of the upper arms, but can also occur on thighs and buttocks or any body part except palms or soles. In this article, you will find different ways to handle KP. Let’s get started…. One product you can use is called NeoStrata Ultra Smoothing Lotion AHA 10. This lotion can be used on hands, body and face. It moisturizes and exfoliates dry skin of all types. This would be a great method for anyone who would rather use lotion rather than a cream product. With constant use, this lotion can can improve appearance and texture of the skin. Another solution