The Ultimate Daily Skincare Menu for Every Skin Type | Byrdie
Keratosis Pilaris (those little chicken skin bumps on the back of your arms and thighs) need to be exfoliated. Loofas sometimes just aren’t enough. Aspirin can be greatly reduce the bumps by crushing several tablets up and making a paste with water. Scrub scrub scrub! Let the medicine do its thing, and rinse clean.
Leslie's Tips For Life: Keratosis Pilaris (bumps on arms and upper legs) - Apple cider vinegar rinse then coconut oil and sugar scrub. Worth trying and the scrub is super easy to make - 1/2 cup coconut oil & 1/2 cup sugar
Have KP? Keratosis Pilaris occurs when hair follicles are blocked with built up keratin causing irritation, redness, bumpiness, and sometimes small whiteheads. This shows up most commonly on the lower cheeks and upper arms. I found the BEST body scrub that has cleared up all of my KP. The coconut oil and honey soften and cleanse your skin while sugar sloughs the dead skin off. The lemon juice is also antibacterial! My skin has never looked better, try it out!