What is Keratosis Pilaris? what causes Keratosis Pilaris?
Keratosis pilaris is a common skin condition which usually affects upper arms, cheeks ,buttocks and thighs. Cause of Keratosis Pilaris is overproduction of a protein and keratin which blocks hair follicles.
What are the symptoms of Keratosis Pilaris? Does Keratosis Pilaris get better with age?
The symptoms are bumps and rough patches which maybe white or red. They usually don't itch. Keratosis pilaris appears in childhood and may improve by the late twenties.
How is Keratosis Pilaris removed / treated by a dermatologist? Who is the best Keratosis Pilaris specialist doctor near me In NYC: Manhattan, Brooklyn, Bronx?
Kertosis Pilaris treatment requires emollient cream and/or medicated creams which help dissolve the keratin bumps. If you want to control your keratosis pilaris through treatment, make an appointment with us online or contact us at 212-757-7010. We accept most insurance plans. Our main office is located on Billionaire’s Row in New York City’s Midtown Manhattan: 200 West 58th Street, Suite 1C, New York, NY 10019 and we have 5 other offices across NYC Manhattan, Brooklyn, & the Bronx.
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