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Keratosis Pilaris for bookings

Keratosis Pilaris looks like goose bumps. A quarter of all people suffer from Keratosis Pilaris. Of these, 85% are under 20 years of age. Usually Kerastosis Pilaris is hereditary. It is an abnormality in the Gene of the horny cells. The grey mass accumulates and the bumps usually on arms, legs and buttocks can start to inflame and behave like pimples. Most people with Kerastosis Pilaris have dry skin. Good lubrication can prevent problems. The treatment involves a Glycolic Acid Peeling in 50-70% and for home vitamin A glycolic acid.

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