Keratosis pilaris, also called “chicken skin”, is a common skin disorder characterized by small, acne-like bumps usually appearing on the upper arms, legs, buttocks or cheeks. These white or red bumps tend to be rough, dry, and at times, itchy. It is usually a benign condition that may improve or even disappear with age, generally by the age of 30.
Coffee sugar body scrub. Coffee grounds, brown sugar and a dash of olive oil to bring it into paste form. The scrub will exfoliate, moisturizes, fight cellulite + get rid of the red bumps on the back of arms.
Ingrown hairs, commonly known as razor bumps, are hairs that have curled around and grown back into the skin instead of rising up from it. Baking soda has a soothing effect on the skin due to its anti-inflammatory properties. Plus, it helps relieve itching by exfoliating the skin and also reduces redness caused by ingrown …Continue reading...
I have chicken skin bumps (kp) or should say I did have chicken skin. I have never found a lotion that actually gets rid of the problem. So I was skeptical of this product but decided to use it once a day on the problem areas. It's an easy process every day and I got amazing results. I am not exaggerating when I say that my skin is now smooth!
DIY: Aspirin comes from the same source as salicylic acid which is a great chemical exfoliant. Keratosis Pilaris (those little chicken skin bumps on the back of your arms & thighs) need to be exfoliated. Loofas sometimes just aren’t enough. Aspirin can be greatly reduce the bumps by crushing several tablets up & making a paste with water. Scrub scrub scrub! Let the medicine do its thing & rinse clean.
Oily skin can take you through tough times as the sebaceous glands are over-active, producing excess sebum, contributing to a shiny, greasy-looking face and skin concerns such as acne, blackheads and whiteheads, enlarged or clogged pores etc. Pollution and dirt can even lead to comedones (skin-bumps) for those with very oily skin. The solution for this is to keep the oil production in control by following some simple beauty and skin care tips for oily skin.
Keratosis Pilaris (those little chicken skin bumps on the back of your arms and thighs) need to be exfoliated. Loofas sometimes just aren’t enough. Aspirin can be greatly reduce the bumps by crushing several tablets up and making a paste with water. Scrub scrub scrub! Let the medicine do its thing, and rinse clean.