Keratosis Pilaris

Keratosis Pilaris (KP) is a very common skin condition often referred to as "chicken skin". If you have keratosis pilaris, you are not alone. Worldwide, keratosis pilaris affects an estimated 40 to 50% of the adult population and approximately 50 to 80% of all adolescents. Varying in degree, cases of KP can range from minimal to severe. There is no cure for keratosis pilaris, since KP is a chronic, genetic follicular disease, however treatments are available. - Learn more at www.helpforkp.com
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Salicylic Acid and Sulfur in combination are synergistic, and support normal keratin formation. Bar soap is particularly convenient where larger skin areas - like on your face, or your neck, back, or arms, - are involved. Avoids the messiness often associated with lotions, or ointments. Has salicylic acid and sulphur been recommended to you for topical application? Has your family doctor or dermatologist recommended SAL3 soap because of your seborrheic dermatitis, psoriasis, keratosis…

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Besides its internal nutritional value, Nutiva Coconut Oil has benefits topically too, making it a luscious and soothing massage and body oil for dry and or damaged skin. It can be used on the skin to remove makeup, moisturize and relieve dried or itchy skin. It can also be used on the hair for a deep conditioning and moisturizing treatment.

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Contains all you need to control the symptoms of Keratosis Pilaris. Includes one KP Duty Dermatologist Body Scrub with Chemical + Physical Medi-Exfoliation and one KP Duty Dermatologist Moisturizing Therapy For Dry Skin.

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AmLactin 12 % Moisturizing Lotion - The active ingredient is 12% lactic acid neutralized with ammonium hydroxide. This natural AHA is equivalent to other prescription lactic acid moisturizing agents. Great for seriously dry skin conditions like eczema, icthyoses, psoriasis and keratosis pilaris.

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