Journal de recherche clinique et expérimentale en dermatologie

Journal de recherche clinique et expérimentale en dermatologie
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ISSN: 2155-9554


Study of Secret on your Skin

Saba Shahrosvand

Introduction: Keratosis Pilaris (KP) is a harmless condition of the is may be a secret on your skin for a few times. There are several types of keratosis pilaris and it has been associated with pregnancy, type 1 diabetes mellitus, obesity, dry skin, allergic diseases (e.g., Atopic dermatitis) and rarely cancer.

Often the lesions can appear on the face, which may be mistaken for acne.

Aim: The aim of this review was to present this condition of the skin and increase information about keratosis pilaris.

Methods: A detailed electronic search was carried out on the authentic databases. Review authentic data on websites/ following patients comments for correct realization their belief form keratosis pilaris and study journals about this common skin condition.

Results: In most cases, the condition gradually improves before age 30. However, it can persist longer. Physician can often diagnose keratosis pilaris simply by examining the skin; tests are not needed.

Physicians will often consider family history and the presence of symptoms when making the diagnosis.

Conclusion: This review suggests that

• Use the soaps with suitable pH

• Limit your time in the water

• Avoid tight clothes

You should follow the suggestions above and be patient.