How I got rid of straweberry skin

Emy Maache 19 November, 2022

Hey BEAUTIFUL! I'm writing this article for you . if you are shy about showing your legs ,if you would like to wear miniskirts but you are preventing yourself from doing that ,Well let me tell you then that you are not along .There is more than 40% of women suffering from the same problem specially :

  • the pregnant one 
  • kids and teenagers
  • white skin people
  • dry skin people

Here in this article i'm going to share my experience with you girls about how I get rid of strawberry skin ,and what the simple habits that i did and made my skin looks better . 

strawberry skin


What is strawberry skin ?
keratosis Pilaris

Or chicken skin is known among dermatologists as KERATOSIS PILARIS , it is a skin disease that occurs as a result of the accumulation of dead skin cells on the surface of the skin which lead closing the pores and preventing hair from coming out to the surface of the skin .

The reason for calling KERATOSIS PILARIS "chicken skin " or "strawberry skin" is the apparence of small bumps at the site of the hair follicle ,which are similar in shape of to the skin of a plucked chicken ,and these bumps may appear in red ,brown, black, pink or the colore of normal skin .

The solutions for strawberry skin :

before and after strawberry skin        

One of the most effective ways to manage Keratosis Pilaris is to keep the skin moisturized. This can be done by applying a moisturizing cream or lotion regularly, especially after bathing or showering.

Look for products that contain urea ,lactic acid, or salicylic acid, as these ingredients can help to exfoliate the skin and reduce the buildup of keratin. Another way to manage Keratosis Pilaris is to avoid taking long, hot showers or baths, which can dry out the skin and worsen the condition.

Instead, take short showers or baths, and be sure to pat the skin dry gently with a soft towel. In addition to these measures, there are also some natural remedies that can help to improve the appearance of Keratosis Pilaris.

For example, applying coconut oil to the affected areas can help to moisturize the skin and reduce inflammation. Similarly, applying a paste made from baking soda and water can help to exfoliate the skin and reduce the buildup of keratin. While these remedies may not cure Keratosis Pilaris completely, they can help to manage the symptoms and improve the appearance of the skin.

If you are experiencing symptoms of Keratosis Pilaris, it is important to consult with a dermatologist or other medical professional to determine the best course of treatment for your individual needs. With the right care and attention, it is possible to live with Keratosis Pilaris and enjoy healthy, beautiful skin. 



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