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Best Keratosis Pilaris (KP) Skin Solution According to Dermatologists

Are you tired of dealing with those pesky bumps and rough patches caused by keratosis pilaris (KP)? You're not alone. KP, often referred to as "chicken skin" or "strawberry skin" can be a frustrating and stubborn skin condition to tackle. However, there's hope on the horizon, a solution recommended by award winning dermatologist Richard Bottiglione M.D..

Keratosis pilaris occurs when keratin, a protein found in the skin, clogs hair follicles, leading to the formation of small, rough bumps. While it's harmless, KP can be a cosmetic nuisance, particularly for those who desire smooth, clear skin. 

Dr. Richard Bottiglione, a board-certified dermatologist based in Phoenix, Arizona, stands behind Dermatologist's Choice Ultra Anti-Aging Cream as an effective remedy for KP. He recommends this cream to his patients seeking relief from the discomfort and embarrassment of bumpy skin or KP. According to Dr. Bottiglione, "Dermatologist’s Choice Ultra Anti-Aging Cream helps smooth your bumpy skin with active non-neutralized glycolic. It helps exfoliate off the dry dead skin and allows the skin to soften and become smoother"

What sets Dermatologist's Choice Ultra Anti-Aging Cream apart from other treatments is its unique formulation. This cream is specially designed to exfoliate and moisturize the skin, helping to reduce the appearance of bumps and roughness associated with KP. With regular use, users can expect smoother, softer skin that looks and feels rejuvenated. "Dr. Bottiglione adds, I formulated the active glycolic in a cream to help moisturize the skin and minimize irritation while the active glycolic treats the skin concern." Additionally, the other products are important for the full treatment of KP.

 Here are some of the benefits of using glycolic acid in the KP Treatment Set:

  1. Exfoliation: As mentioned earlier, glycolic acid is a powerful exfoliant that helps to remove dead skin cells and unclog pores. By doing so, it can help to reduce the appearance of KP bumps and smooth out rough, bumpy skin.

  2. Increased cell turnover: Glycolic acid also helps to increase cell turnover, which means that new, healthy skin cells are produced at a faster rate. This can help to improve overall skin texture and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

  3. Moisturization: Many body lotions that contain glycolic acid also contain other moisturizing ingredients, such as hyaluronic acid, shea butter, or coconut oil. These ingredients help to keep the skin hydrated and nourished, which can help to reduce the dryness and irritation that can contribute to KP.

  4. Brightening: Glycolic acid has been shown to help reduce the appearance of hyperpigmentation and dark spots on the skin. This can help to even out skin tone and improve overall skin brightness.

However, Dr. Bottiglione advises that while Dermatologist's Choice Ultra Anti-Aging Cream is an effective remedy for bumpy skin for many individuals with mild to moderate KP, some cases may require additional intervention. He suggests, "If the Ultra Anti-Aging Cream (or other creams/lotions) aren’t effective, you may want to consult with your dermatologist about using a prescription like Retin-A or Accutane which may also help for those who have KP more severely."

In conclusion, if you're struggling with KP skin concerns, Dermatologist's Choice Ultra Anti-Aging Cream included in the KP Treatment Set, offers a promising solution. Backed by the expertise of Dr. Richard Bottiglione and formulated to target the root cause of KP, this set can help you achieve smoother, healthier-looking skin. With regular use, you may start to see smoother, clearer, and more radiant skin.

Keratosis Pilaris Treatment Set

Keratosis Pilaris Treatment Set

Introducing our Keratosis Pilaris Treatment Set, the ultimate solution for smoother, healthier-looking skin. Formulated with dermatologist-recommended ingredients, this set targets the root causes of keratosis pilaris, also known as "chicken skin" or "strawberry skin" to reveal a noticeably smoother complexion.



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