Double Duty For Keratosis Pilaris

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I’ve had annoying little bumps on the backs of my arms for as long as I can remember. I came to the point that I just thought they were a normal part of having fair skin. They’re not. It’s actually a condition known as keratosis pilaris (sometimes called “chicken bumps”), and can be treated.

I turned to a dermatologist-created two-step program to battle keratosis pilaris: DERMAdoctor KP Duty. The first step, Body Scrub with Chemical + Physical Medi-Exfoliation, is a combination of chemical peel and microdermabrasion treatments that gently exfoliates the skin, reducing redness and bumps. The second step is the Moisturizing Therapy for Dry Skin, which soothes and smoothes rough and bumpy skin.

Combined, the two products have nearly eliminated my “chicken bumps” in a matter of a couple weeks.

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