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 Keratosis Pilaris

What Is Keratosis Pilaris? Remove It Using Thriveco’s Bumps Eraser Exfoliating Scrub!

Dr. Deepti Prasad
Medically Reviewed By:

Dr. Deepthi Prasad, MBBS.

Written by Our Editorial Team


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What Is Keratosis Pilaris?

Have you ever noticed small, rough patches of bumps on your arms, thighs, cheeks, or buttocks that resemble the skin of a plucked chicken? Do not be alarmed yet because this very common skin condition is medically termed Keratosis pilaris, also referred to as chicken skin because of its appearance.

Keratosis pilaris, as we mentioned earlier, is a common and utterly benign skin condition where small bumps develop on your skin due to excess keratin. This condition is harmless and does not require any treatment, but it can get aggravated during the winter months or during pregnancy, thus drying your skin further.

Also Read : Keratosis Pilaris: Symptoms, Causes & Treatment

Causes For Keratosis Pilaris

The bumps that are a result of Keratosis pilaris are actually due to protein keratin buildup. These bumps are often mistaken for pimples. Keratosis pilaris occurs due to the clogging of pores. Healthcare providers and researchers do not have an explanation for this condition or why it affects a handful and spares the others. But it has been noticed that Keratosis pilaris might be more common among people who have had brushes with eczema, a severe skin condition that causes extremely dry, itchy, and coloured patches of skin.

Treatment For Keratosis Pilaris

As we had mentioned initially, Keratosis pilaris is harmless and does not require any serious treatment as it tends to fade away on its own. It does have the tendency to mess with the aesthetics of your skin, but worry not because the inclusion of a few simple steps into your skincare routine can ward them off!

1. Exfoliation


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One of the trusted and tried ways of removing bumps on the skin is exfoliating your skin using a physical exfoliator like a loofah or washcloth or using a chemical scrub to eliminate those Red spots on the skin. We recommend you try ThriveCo’s Bumps Eraser Exfoliating Scrub, which has been formulated especially to treat Bumpy Skin and strawberry legs that have resulted from waxing, shaving, and epilation. ThriveCo Bumps Eraser Exfoliating Scrub provides irresistibly touchable skin that is smooth, hydrated, and firm!

Also Read : What To Expect From ThriveCo’s Bumps Eraser Exfoliating Scrub?

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"I had tried so many products for my ingrowth and bumps and after using this for one month now I am so happy to see the result. both in growths and bumps have reduced.. so happy to finally have this product."

2. Medicated Creams

Medicated Creams

Using medicated creams that contain urea, alpha-hydroxy acids, salicylic acid, and glycolic acid has the power to treat Keratosis pilaris symptoms. Medicated Vitamin A creams like retinol have a similar impact too!

3. Consistent Shower Routine

Shower Routine

A regular and gentle shower routine might be just what you need to find a solution for Keratosis pilaris. Take regular showers within the range of 10–15 minutes in lukewarm water, follow it up with exfoliating, pat dry your skin with a towel, and follow it up with a moisturizing lotion.

Also Read : When Should I Exfoliate My Legs? Before Or After Shaving?

Keratosis pilaris is nothing to be worried about because there are always multiple options to eliminate it. Follow the above mentioned steps and maintain a careful skincare routine to see results. 


About Doctor :

Dr. Deepthi Prasad

Dr. Deepthi Prasad specializes in Dermatology, Cosmetology, and Aesthetic Dermatology and has been practicing for over 15 years. After completing MBBS from Dr. NTR University of Health Sciences Andhra Pradesh in 2009, she earned a MD in Dermatology, Venereology & Leprosy from Osmania Medical College in Hyderabad in 2014.




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