Keratosis Pilaris Pictures

If you’re wondering if you might have keratosis pilaris or just interested in learning more about it, here you’ll find a lot of pictures of KP on many parts of the body. Learn to tell the difference between KP and common acne, and see some rare cases of severe KP. With this section we hope to educate people about one of the most miss-diagnosed skin conditions, being that it is all to often mistaken for acne.

Celebrities with Keratosis Pilaris

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As many of you know, with one out of every three people (or four people, depending on what which study you read) in world having keratosis pilaris, it shouldn’t come as any surprise that there are a lot of well known (and even A list) celebrities that have KP. Now as Hollywood goes, of course [...]

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Keratosis Pilaris on the Back

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One of the more rare locations to have keratosis pilaris (although not so rare that it’s at all unheard of) is on the back. This can be a tricky place to have KP for a number of reasons, firstly it can be much harder to see your skin clearly to be able to tell if [...]

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Keratosis Pilaris On The Face

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Of all of the areas of the body that you can get keratosis pilaris outbreaks and symptoms, one of the most aggravating has to be having KP on your face. Unlike your arms and legs, which you can easily hide, you face is your calling card. I doubt you want to walk around with a ski mask on all day, so what can someone with keratosis pilaris on their face do to hopefully clear up their out breaks?

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Keratosis Pilaris On The Chest

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With an estimated 40% of the global population suffering from keratosis pilaris, many patients seeking treatments for their KP often complain about seeing keratosis pilaris outbreaks on their chest or breasts…

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Keratosis Pilaris On The Legs

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Although the most common locations that keratosis pilaris is generally found is on the upper arms, KP does often spread to the lower arms, back, chest, buttocks and the legs. In fact, you can potentially get KP outbreaks on all areas of the body except for the palms of the hands the the soles of your feet…

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Kerotosis Pilaris vs. Other Skin Conditions

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Many people confuse keratosis pilaris for acne, eczema, psoriasis, along with many other skin conditions. And many people don’t even get diagnosed with KP because they think…

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Common keratosis pilaris on arms

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Whether you have KP or are just curious about it, most people who do have skin condition experience it in the same areas of the body. The most common being the upper arms (both front and back). Other typical areas for keratosis pilaris outbreaks are the cheeks, thighs and buttocks…

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Cases of Severe Keratosis Pilaris

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The following are pictures of people suffering from cases of severe keratosis pilaris. These are shown both for those have KP, as well as those who are simply curious as to what severe cases of this condition look like…

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Keratosis pilaris of the cheeks

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While keratosis pilaris usually affects patients on the upper arms, it can potentially show up on any part of the body, except for your palms and the balls of your feet.

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