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Keratosis Pilaris

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Many people do. This common skin condition should not be a problem with a tattoo.
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update: I just found out the diagnosis: atopic dermatitis... Does anyone know any working treatment for it ? Thank you in advance
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There is really no good treatment for this genetic skin disorder. Some people have use desquamation solutions (chemicals that peel the skin) and...
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Complications are infrequent, because it is primarily a cosmetic skin condition. However, temporary skin discoloration called postinflammatory...
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Overall, diet does not seem to affect keratosis pilaris. Vitamin A deficiency may cause symptoms similar to KP, but it's not a known cause of KP.
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The exact cause of keratosis pilaris is unknown. There seems to be a problem with overproduction of the keratin part of the skin, called...
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Keratosis pilaris is a benign, noncontagious, self-limited skin condition that tends to be mild. Many patients note improvement of their symptoms in...
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The diagnosis of keratosis pilaris is very straightforward and based on a typical skin appearance in areas like the upper arms. A family history of...
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Keratosis pilaris is a very common skin disorder seen in many people of all ages. It is a benign condition that presents as numerous small, rough...
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Typically, keratosis pilaris patients present with a scattered, patchy rash made of very small red or tan bumps. Often, 10-100 very small, slightly...
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Anyone can get keratosis pilaris. Although it is commonly a skin condition of children and adolescents, it is also seen in many adults. KP is...
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There is no available cure, miracle pill, or universally effective treatment for keratosis pilaris. It sometimes clears completely by itself without...
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Although possible, it is fairly rare to have keratosis pilaris all over the body. The lesions in keratosis pilaris most characteristically involve...
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Keratosis pilaris is not contagious. It is not an infection and is not caused by a fungus, bacterium, or virus. People do not give it to someone else...
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