Keratosis Pilaris is a skin condition defined as a common form of dry skin which sees the hair follicle become clogged by epidermis. This is an inherited skin condition that is seen to mostly occur within the younger population, affecting teenagers and younger adults. Keratosis Pilaris is also more common in women than men. While a number of patients will only be seen to suffer from this skin condition during the winter months, other will experience the symptoms of keratosis pilaris year round, making it a topic of insecurity for some patients.
For those considering treatment as to resolve any issues associated with Keratosis Pilaris, our highly qualified team of skin care experts are here to help. Our dermatologists at Birmingham Dermatology Clinic are on hand to provide the best quality treatment, providing an excellent quality of service and helping to resolve the issues that are seen to accompany Keratosis Pilaris.
How is Keratosis Pilaris treated?
Unfortunately, there is currently no available cure for Keratosis Pilaris, however, this is a skin condition that is highly manageable and is likely to subside with age. Our specialist skin care team will work with you to establish the best possible course of treatment for you and your needs, helping to greatly reduce any issues seen as a result of Keratosis Pilaris as well as alleviate any symptoms.
Treatment may include:
• Laser-assisted air removal.
• Pulse dye laser treatment that will work to reduce redness in the skin.
• A personalised skin care routine that will help to combat dryness and reduce Keratosis Pilaris symptoms.
• Topical Steroids.
If you are looking for Keratosis Pilaris treatment in the West Midlands but don’t want to wait around to receive the quality treatment that you deserve, Dr Camilo Diaz is on hand to help. Get in touch with our specialist dermatologists to book in your free consultation today.
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