Nothing could be simpler than opting for a treatment amongst the foods Mother Nature provides us with. It is food in the diet that can cause a whole host of skin complaints and keratosis pilaris is just one of them. In today’s society, too many of us are consuming high amounts of processed foods in [...] Read more
Keratosis Pilaris is a relatively common skin condition often referred to as chicken skin. Hard red bumps appear on the skin’s surface, usually on the outer arms and thighs and for those who suffer from this condition there is unfortunately no known cure. Treatments for keratosis pilaris are many and despite laser treatment and various [...] Read more
Traditional treatment for keratosis consists of moisturizing or keratolytic remedies. These may include urea, lactic acid, salicylic acid or topical retinoids. Although these treatments have been around for many years they are not always effective and for many sufferers of KP there is no real improvement seen in the appearance of the skin. Because Read more
Keratosis pilaris is a relatively common skin condition characterised by reddish rough bumps typically found on the outer arms, thighs, hands and buttocks. Often referred to as chicken skin there is said to be no known cure for this condition, although treatments such as ointments and moisturisers can improve the appearance of the skin. It [...] Read more
While a mild case of acne isn’t necessarily a serious problem, it’s still a good idea to see a dermatologist. They can give you helpful information about what could be causing your acne as well as the best treatments. Plus, there is another skin condition called keratosis pilaris that is sometimes mistaken for acne and [...] Read more
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