Keratosis pilaris can be contrasted with skin break out, aside from the way that it normally happens on your upper arms and thighs – not your face. This rash is brought on by dead skin cells that fitting up the pores around the hair follicles in these regions. Now and again keratosis pilaris tingles, yet much of the time it is more irritating than whatever else as it gives your skin a sand-papery feel.
The primary driver of keratosis pilaris is dry skin. As a result of this, it for the most part intensifies amid the wintertime. It can happen in both youngsters and youthful grown-ups, in spite of the fact that individuals of all ages may experience the ill effects of it. Since keratosis pilaris is generous (not carcinogenic) its treatment is for the most part for corrective reasons, not medicinal ones.
Keratosis pilaris is treated with a particular skin regimen that comprises of a lotion to handle the dry skin and a solution skin clearing cream, for example, those recommended by dermatologists for use on skin break out. For whatever length of time that the healthy skin regimen is taken after, your skin will stay clear, in any case, keratosis pilaris can return when the medications are ceased.