What are the symptoms of keratosis pilaris?
Keratosis pilaris skin condition can occur at any age. However, it is more common among children. The symptoms and signs of keratosis pilaris include:
- Painless tiny bumps that appear mostly on the cheeks, upper arms, thighs and buttocks
- Dry skin around the areas where the bumps appear
- Bumps worsen alongside with seasonal changes. Low humidity causes the skin to be drier.
- Rough sandpaper skin that resembles that of plucked chicken skin.
When is the right time to visit a Dermatologist Clinic in London?
Usually, treatment for keratosis pilaris isn’t very necessary because of how harmless it is. However, if a patient is concerned about the appearance of his or her skin or his or her child’s skin; the patient can consult a dermatologist to conduct diagnosis on the skin, to examine the skin to know the characteristics of the bumps on the skin.
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