Keratosis pilaris is a very common skin disorder affecting people of all ages. Keratosis pilaris is a benign condition that is characterized by numerous small, rough, red, or tan bumps primarily around hair follicles on the upper arms, legs, buttocks, and sometimes cheeks. Keratosis pilaris creates a “goose bumps,” “gooseflesh,” or “chicken skin” appearance. Keratosis pilaris may be cosmetically displeasing, but it is medically entirely harmless. Keratosis pilaris is common in otherwise healthy people.
These rough-feeling bumps are actually plugs of dead skin cells. The plugs appear most often on the upper arms and thighs (front). Children may have these bumps on their cheeks.
Keratosis pilaris is harmless but can be annoying. If the itch, dryness, or the appearance of these bumps bothers you, treatment can help. Treatment can ease the symptoms and help you see clearer skin.
Keratosis pilaris is caused by yeast in the gut. While scrubbing the arms can make it smoother, I prefer to address the source of this common condition. Using quantum biology we have discovered how to control yeast populations which allows the skin to clear itself.
This process is easy and safe for all ages as outlined below.
Rescue – Apply 1 pump morning and evening. If twice daily application is not desired, 2-4 pumps may be used as an evening mask for maximum epidermal repair activation. Can be used to spot treat blemishes, age spots and other forms of inflammation.
Clear / Clear Plus + – Spray 3-5 times directly onto skin after serum application and massage thoroughly. May repeat, if desired. It can also be used directly on irritated skin to calm it, if needed. Can be used at any point throughout the day to hydrate and promote skin wellness.