Keratosis pilaris (KP) is a harmless skin condition characterised by numerous small, rough bumps on the skin. The skin looks a bit like ‘chicken skin’ with permanent goose bumps. The upper, outer arms are the area most commonly affected, but keratosis pilaris can also appear on other skin areas such as the thighs. Keratosis pilaris is most common on young women with fair skin.
Often keratosis pilaris resolves after adolescence, but the following skincare regime will help to make it much less obvious, while it’s there.
The regime has been designed for the products to work in concert, so we advise not to pick and choose single products, but to use the entire programme. You should apply the products in the order mentioned below.
If you have any problems or concerns, feel free to arrange a complementary Skype consultation with one of our skincare experts.
To perform the weekly home peel, use one citrate pad on each upper arm before applying the Bionic face cream. Although this cream is marketed as a facial skincare item, it is actually also ideally suited for dry and rough skin on the body.
On all other days, massage in Ultra Smoothing Lotion morning and evening.
For even better results, we recommend seeing one of out Mediacal Aestheticians in clinic for a course of arm smoothing treatments. CALL 020 7467 8500 NOW TO MAKE AN APPOINTMENT
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