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Keratosis Pilaris


Any other ladies have this? any products you've tried that help, i exfoliate and moisturizes but wondering if theres anything really good for it
Jun 10, 2018 @ 05:03 pm

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I saw a few Youtube videos where they've mentioned that Amlactin works. You can get it on Amazon. It's on the pricey side but maybe worth the investment if it's really bothering you. Basically, any lotion that contains lactic acid might work but I'd research it some more first.
Jun 10, 2018 @ 06:55 pm

Lush sandstone!

I use Lush's sandstone bar (I have it on my upper arms and the back of my thighs) and it works wonders. It's really lemon-y so the citric acid helps dry it up in addition to the physical exfoliation. I then use Aveeno for dry skin to make sure I'm moisturizing enough after such an intense exfoliation (otherwise as I'm sure you know, the cycle begins again). Works like magic and it's the only thing in my 30 years that has. Also works great for ingrown hairs!
Jun 11, 2018 @ 09:12 am


I have the same problem on the back of my arms and I've been trying to get rid of them as well. I find the summertime it diminishes a little bit however in the wintertime it contends to flare up way more. I've been using the CeraVe moisturizing lotion since it contains the ceramides and the hyaluronic acid it should be moisturizing enough especially for the winter. I haven't seen any improvements yet but I I'm also looking for for the recommendations on natural ways of getting rid of this.
Jun 20, 2018 @ 08:36 pm

I used to have this issues ...

not sure when it stopped for me but my daughter has it really badly. I try to use an exfoliating glove on her but it doesn’t seem to help. I was thinking of asking her doctor about it but I figured he would just say it’s a benign condition that doesn’t require treatment since it’s just cosmetic.
Jun 26, 2018 @ 01:43 pm


Yes!! I have it on the back of my arms. Nothing has gotten rid of it but of course it's less noticeable in the summer when I'm tanned. I've tried lotions with Lactic Acid and AHA, exfoliated - not exfoliated, changed my diet (vegan, gluten free). I've been to a dermatologist and they gave me a cortisone cream. Nothing has really been worth it unfortunately. It was supposed to get better with age but I guess I'm not there yet. I've been told by doctor's that it's just genetic. :(
Jun 26, 2018 @ 01:51 pm

Urea cream

Try something that contains urea! It exfoliates and helps smooth and moisturize the skin.
Jul 01, 2018 @ 06:08 pm


sorry I can't think of anything you may half to experiment with different products until you find one that works for you I would start with some of these products that the ladies mentioned
Jul 02, 2018 @ 06:13 pm

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