Benzoyl Peroxide

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Benzoyl Peroxide and Keratosis Pilaris

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there too. I'm putting bp on those areas too and hopefully...
| www.acne.org
" ...about 5 or so pimples there in addition to keratosis pilaris, and other than the KP my back skin is usually clear. Same with chest, save for one every now and then but i've got a couple there too.... "

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ime it is possible that these could be Keratosis pilaris,...
| www.medhelp.org
" ...that it is persisting since such a long time it is possible that these could be Keratosis pilaris, or persistent acne. In ...in relieving the symptoms. You could try using ointments containing benzoyl... "

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o have KP (keratosis pilaris) on the back of arms or el...
| www.skincaretalk.com
" ...lukewarm water and never use benzoyl peroxide on ichthiosis. It can darken ...30 physical sunblock is good. Do you also have KP (keratosis pilaris) on the back of arms or... "

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of). I have Keratosis Pilaris, which is rough bumpy skin...
| www.disboards.com
" Retin A will exfoliate your skin, so for acne, it works well when combined with something like benzoyl peroxide (use the Retin A at night, the other acne med in the morning usually). Been through... "

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u have keratosis pilaris (KP), it is different fr...
| www.acne.org
" timehealsall, you have keratosis pilaris (KP), it is different from ...enough. you should get a benzoyl peroxide (BP) gel and apply it every night. the BP gel will soften the keratin and... "

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coconut oil is effective against Keratosis Pilaris (...
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" Hello hihohi, I assume that a doctor diagnosed your condition, and that you've already tried alpha-hydroxy lotion and benzoyl peroxide, correct? You could try ...were ecstatic over coconut oil. I... "

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ght arm. I did put some BP on that, and I'm hoping it looks...
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" ...with glycolic acid and retin-A at night. I guess I'm just sticking it out until my Accutane works out. Ok, so major bummer today. I have several pimply bumps on my arms. Usually, I have some form... "

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ps this.I've also used a BP cream (10%), but it turned my sk...
| www.acne.org
" ...comperible effects). I also have Keratosis Pilaris, an eczema related skin condition. ...helps this. I've also used a BP cream (10%), but it turned ...moisterizer? 2) Can I use BP, was it the strength... "

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salicyclic acid (2%) and BP (10%) and these have helped to...
| www.healthboards.com
" ...that this is most likely keratosis pilaris but I am not sure, ...helping this go away. What will help get rid of these \"pimples\"? In addition to this ...seems to be pimples on my chest and shoulders. I... "

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eat mine with an AHA lotion - i use one made by Eucerin....
| www.acne.org
" ...related to acne called keratosis pilaris. Keratosis pilaris occurs when a plug of keratin builds up and blocks the follicle. They can be irritated by pressure or friction and become inflamed,... "

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