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HOW TO GET RID OF KERATOSIS PILARIS: THE BEST HOME REMEDIES


The small spots associated with keratosis pilaris are sometimes mistaken for pimples; however, according to Dr. Laura Martin on WebMD, the bumps appear when a buildup of keratin plugs hair follicles in the skin.1 Keratosis pilaris usually affects people during the winter months and many people who have eczema (dermatitis) also get keratosis pilaris.

Although there is no cure for keratosis pilaris or any way to prevent it, there are many natural remedies to improve the appearance of bumpy skin. The following home remedies for keratosis pilaris use ingredients to moisturize and exfoliate the skin to loosen dead skin cells and also to stop the itching.