What causes keratosis pilaris?
Who can get keratosis pilaris?
How can you treat keratosis pilaris?
a. Replace harsh soaps with shower oils or products designed for fragile skin.
b. Religiously apply a suitable moisturiser morning and night. Try the L’Oréal Paris Revitalift Moisturizing Night Cream to boost skin firmness, youthfulness, and radiance and enhance the skin regeneration process overnight.
c. Scrub once a week.
d. Apply few drops of aloe vera every morning to help your skin get rid of dead cells.
e. Avoid wearing synthetic or tight clothes. The good news is that keratosis pilaris gets better during summer and when the weather's warm and humid.
Natural remedies to try for keratosis pilaris
We hope the information above helped you get a better understanding of this common skin condition. Keratosis pilaris varies from person to person, so don't hesitate to see your GP or dermatologist, who'll give you advice and draw up a personalised treatment plan.
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