Causes & Symptoms, FAQ & Tips

How much do you know about KP?

Did you know that Keratosis Pilaris is caused by the excess build-up of dead skin cells around individual hair follicles?  It is commonly seen in children and teens, but can begin as early as infancy.

DERMAdoctor KP DutyKP is a genetic condition and, despite common misconceptions, is not caused by parental neglect and bathing too infrequently.

Nowadays, there are more and more products available to parents to treat your child’s keratosis pilaris and improve the look and feel of their skin.

DERMAdoctor is an extremely reputable company that has created a very effective line of products for treating keratosis pilaris, like KP Duty.

To learn more about DERMAdoctor‘s ever-growing line of skin products, view their list of products here.



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DISCLAIMER: Content on this site is for reference purposes only and is not a substitute for advice from a licensed health-care professional. Always read labels and directions before using any product. Consult your doctor or dermatologist for specific advice about keratosis pilaris, eczema, rosacea, sensitive skin, chicken skin, dry bumpy skin or acne in teens, tweens, kids, children, toddlers, babies and infants. DISCLOSURE: This post contains affiliate or referral links to products we use, love and recommend. KPKids is a member of the Amazon Associates program.




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