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Celebrities With Keratosis Pilaris

Even though keratosis pilaris is a common skin condition, you would be hard-pressed to find many photos of celebrities with keratosis pilaris. Chicken skin can be inconspicuous in photos, not to mention that celebrities have ways of disguising their skin imperfections to avoid drawing attention to it. So …

KP And Other Diseases That Cause Bumps On Skin

Keratosis pilaris is not the only skin disorder that produces dry, reddish skin bumps. There are several other diseases that cause bumps on skin including Acne, Eczema, Folliculitis, Molluscum Contagiosum, and Psoriasis among many others. For this reason, it is important to consult a dermatologist for proper diagnosis …

Keratosis Pilaris And Pregnancy

In regards to keratosis pilaris and pregnancy, women may find their KP symptoms worsening due to hormonal changes in their body. Both puberty and pregnancy have a way of aggravating KP symptoms, causing even greater flare-ups of red, dry, and bumpy skin on the arms, neck, legs, and …

Keratosis Pilaris And Tattoos

It is important to carefully weigh the pros and cons of getting tattoos if you suffer from keratosis pilaris (KP). Keratosis pilaris and tattoos may not pose a problem, especially if the tattoo is placed in an area of the body not affected by your skin condition. However, …

Keratosis Pilaris In Children

Despite its unsightly appearance, keratosis pilaris in children (KP) poses no medical threat and does not cause permanent damage to their skin. Although KP has no permanent cure, various remedies can help alleviate its symptoms and control your child’s skin condition. Keratosis Pilaris Causes In Children Most cases …