Keratosis pilaris Granites that are not granites.

Have you ever wondered what those pimples are that form behind your arms, legs and even on your buttocks?

This is called keratosis pilaris, also known as goose bumps. Many times people confuse this condition with an acne breakout but its appearance has another origin. It can be associated with phototypes or darker skin and atopic dermatitis. But in addition to that, it is also related to problems of obesity, diabetes and kidney failure.

Keratosis pilaris is caused by an excess of a protein known as keratin. That is, an accumulation of dead cells on the hair follicles. Giving foot the formation of small pimples or bumps on the skin. In some cases, when the accumulation is high, these pimples become excessively irritated and cause the skin to acquire a very reddish tone. To deal with this problem, there are two simple steps to follow.

Exfoliation to remove the accumulation of dead cells and deep hydration of the tissue. Emollient lotions and toning scrubs that contain lactic, salicylic, or urea acid are recommended. It is important to keep in mind that good skin care and good hygiene are essential.

  • Avoid friction when drying the skin.

  • Limit your shower time to no more than 10-15 minutes.

  • Use moisturizers after bathing.


They usually disappear without residual injury. Although sometimes they can leave a scar if it is not treated in time. Especially in the facial area. This condition usually improves in summer and worsens in winter due to lower humidity. So it is important to stay hydrated.


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