Does your skin look like this?
What is it?
Keratosis Pilaris aka KP aka chicken or strawberry skin. A common skin condition caused by the buildup of keratin (what your hair and nails are made of) that create plugs in your pores. It’s often found on the upper arms, thighs, cheeks, or butt.
Should I be worried?
Nope. It’s a harmless, genetic condition. It’s not contagious and usually doesn’t cause discomfort or itchiness.
How do I treat it?
It will often improve with age. In the meantime, you can treat it with exfoliation (even if you can’t cure it).
My Glycolic Body Scrub goes hard so you feel soft. I scoop out all the dead skin in your hair follicles causing chicken skin, and then my exfoliating pumice buffs that stuff down the drain. This means with consistent use, you can improve the appearance of those pesky bumps for smoother, clearer, calmer skin. Say ciao to chicken skin thanks to my dual chemical and physical exfoliation.
Glycolic acid is a really teeny tiny acid molecule, which means it can penetrate more easily to soften those plugs of keratin. He’s a powerful little guy at getting great results.
Twice is nice.
Double down on the chemical exfoliation when you follow with my Smoothing AHA Body Lotion overnight. My lactic and glycolic acids will keep gobbling up dead skin cells even while you sleep.
Want to hear more? Check out my blog on the 5 benefits of glycolic acid.