Not trying to single anyone out!!

  1. lifeiscrazy
    Hi everyone my name is crystal. I have been having this problem for as long as i know and i am a 26 yr old woman. The thing is that i am the only one i knew until now that has had this problem and when amongst other people all is see is healthy skin and can't stop staring . The more i read all the other things on this site i keep noticing about the redness in the skin. i'm of color so i naturally don't really experience too much redness just the dark spots on my legs that is very noticible because i am brown skinned. I just wanted ot know are there others out there like me with the same probelms? hopefully we can work together to cure this ourselves.
  2. FlawznAll206
    You are soooooo not alone...I thought I was the only one and have often been called "shallow" because I too have a HUGE problem with this KP (never even knew there was a name for it)...believe me when I say I am actively searching and my kitchen has become my "lab" lol...but yeah I can identify with your situation being brown skin just makes mine appear worse.
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Keratosis Pilaris is a very common benign genetic skin condition. is the definitive resource for KP on the internet.

KP appears as rough or bumpy skin on the back and/or outer sides of your upper arms. The severity of the symptoms varies from person to person. You can also manifest it on the face as a natural blush (known as KPRF or Keratosis Pilaris Rubra Faceii).

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