sábado, 21 de julio de 2012

A Cream is Eliminating me Keratosis Pilaris


A Cream is Eliminating me Keratosis Pilaris


I recently went to a dermatologist for a year and a half from her cheeks reddened and filled with tiny beads, and the diagnosis was that it was keratosis pilaris. He prescribed the dermo-cleanser and moisturizer Avene "CLEAN-AC" and it is working. I've only two weeks of therapy and it has disappeared almost completely. I share this with you because I know it goes very wrong (and even more so when the face). I hope you like my work....

Keratosis Pilaris - My Treatment, Smoother Skin


Keratosis Pilaris - My Treatment, Smoother Skin


here I leave my treatment to me very full appreciation to share with you

body:
during bathing and use Cetaphil soap 3 times a week exfoliating soap cocoa is achieved in bodyshop
AKERAT (gel) in the morning and at night
GLICODERM (glycolic acid) alone at night

face:
wash face morning and night with KERACNYL GEL (glycolic acid)
during bathing IONAX 3 times per week
And in the morning CLIDETS EFFACLAR K La Roche Posay (cream)
in the night STIEVAMYCIN 0.010% gel (tretinoin-erythromycin) this is a bit strong first use 2 times per week to tolerate daily.

All these creams the pharmacy i found in the St. Paul here in a state of Mexico, took a month with the treatment and my skin is much smoother .. I hope they serve and encourage you not lose faith

Keratosis Pilaris - My Treatment is Very Effective


Keratosis Pilaris - My Treatment is Very Effective


Good how are you?
Some time ago I suffer from keratosis pilaris, but had never been to the dermatologist, until last week I took an hour.

As soon as I saw him and knew it was a case of keratosis pilaris, and then stepped off the self saying that there was no cure, he prescribed a cream, as he said, would be no definitive cure, but could some good results, such as eliminating that feeling of "grater" when you pass your hand through the skin.

Well, although it is somewhat expensive cream, I decided to buy and use, and 5 days were accomplished that and I notice you use keratosis is disappearing, slowly but disappears.
The first three days only notice the skin soft and hydrated, but the fourth day, these famous "bumps" were becoming smaller.
Moreover, now barely visible.

I hope that the treatment remains effective and ended sacándome this keratosis of all!

The cream is called Lipikar BAUME and a French laboratory, called La Roche-Posay, while the cream is somewhat expensive (costs about $ 65) seems to be effective, and durable, besides having no smell.
The dermatologist gave me several recipes, which lowers the price a bit. The can be found at any pharmacy, I went to the first one I found and had.

Well, any news I will be advising, and I hope you too will be effective!

Keratosis Pilaris - Treatments 2012


Keratosis Pilaris - Treatments 2012


Title: Title: Keratosis pilaris - Treatments.

Question:

Hello such.

My question is on the skin throughout the body,

A few days ago visiting a dermatologist and ask that because I had the red bumps on my cheeks, arms, legs and bubble and told me I have the skin with the symptom called keratosis pilaris, and this is no longer removes only controls.

This greatly distressed me because my face does not look good with both red granite, and only prescribe me some moisturizers.

I appeal to you to help me with this problem.

If there is an effective drug against this type of skin will be grateful please.

This is a long time and I have been killing my self esteem and security.

Hopefully I can help.

Fernando

Answer:

Dear Fernando,

There is no universal treatment that improves keratosis pilaris.

A treatment for keratosis pilaris or keratosis pilaris can include the following prescriptions:


* Ammonium Lactate

Marketed in creams and lotions, Ammonium Lactate 12% decreases the roughness and softens the keratin grains, however it reduces the redness caused by the condition.

* Urea

Urea moisturizes and softens and smoothes dry, rough skin.

It also helps reduce and eliminate dead skin cells.

Side effects include redness, itching and skin irritation.

* Topical Corticosteroids.

These anti-inflammatory drugs help reduce the ongoing process of loss and cell replacement inhibiting the immune system or immune

Corticosteroid ointments are usually underpowered recommended for sensitive areas such as the face and to deal with scattered patches.

Corticosteroids are prescribed for short-term or temporary basis. Not used in long term treatment because of potential side effects.

* Retinoids for topical use.

Derivatives of vitamin A retinoids work by promoting the process of loss and cell replacement in the prevention and closing the hair follicle.

The retinoids may be an effective treatment but can cause bothersome skin irritations and severe dryness and peeling of the skin.

Tretinoin and tazarotena are examples of topical retinoids.

The use of mediation on a regular basis could improve the appearance of the skin but for your application when the condition becomes.
Even with medical treatment of keratosis pilaris tends to persist for years.


Home remedies and lifestyle for keratosis pilaris.

The self-help measures will not cure keratosis pilaris but may help improve the appearance of the skin.

The following tips may be able to help:

* Wash the skin carefully. Rubbing or you can simply remove the grains irritate the skin and aggravate the condition.

* After washing or bathing gently tap the skin with a towel so that some moisture remains on the skin.

* Apply a hydrating lotion or lotion when your skin is still damp after a bath.

Use a hydrator that contains urea or propylene glycol, chemicals that soften these rough pile.

* Apply twice daily over the counter products containing lactic acid.

Lactic acid helps remove extra keratin of the skin surface

* Use a humidifier for the home in order to add moisture to the air inside your home.

Use a portable humidifier or leave one fixed in the room in which more time passes.


Question:

Hello such.

My question is on the skin throughout the body,

A few days ago visiting a dermatologist and ask that because I had the red bumps on my cheeks, arms, legs and bubble and told me I have the skin with the symptom called keratosis pilaris, and this is no longer removes only controls.

This greatly distressed me because my face does not look good with both red granite, and only prescribe me some moisturizers.

I appeal to you to help me with this problem.

If there is an effective drug against this type of skin will be grateful please.

This is a long time and I have been killing my self esteem and security.

Hopefully I can help.

Fernando

Answer:

Dear Fernando,

There is no universal treatment that improves keratosis pilaris.

A treatment for keratosis pilaris or keratosis pilaris can include the following prescriptions:


* Ammonium Lactate

Marketed in creams and lotions, Ammonium Lactate 12% decreases the roughness and softens the keratin grains, however it reduces the redness caused by the condition.

* Urea

Urea moisturizes and softens and smoothes dry, rough skin.

It also helps reduce and eliminate dead skin cells.

Side effects include redness, itching and skin irritation.

* Topical Corticosteroids.

These anti-inflammatory drugs help reduce the ongoing process of loss and cell replacement inhibiting the immune system or immune

Corticosteroid ointments are usually underpowered recommended for sensitive areas such as the face and to deal with scattered patches.


Corticosteroids are prescribed for short-term or temporary basis. Not used in long term treatment because of potential side effects.

* Retinoids for topical use.

Derivatives of vitamin A retinoids work by promoting the process of loss and cell replacement in the prevention and closing the hair follicle.

The retinoids may be an effective treatment but can cause bothersome skin irritations and severe dryness and peeling of the skin.

Tretinoin and tazarotena are examples of topical retinoids.

The use of mediation on a regular basis could improve the appearance of the skin but for your application when the condition becomes.
Even with medical treatment of keratosis pilaris tends to persist for years.

Home remedies and lifestyle for keratosis pilaris.

The self-help measures will not cure keratosis pilaris but may help improve the appearance of the skin.

The following tips may be able to help:

* Wash the skin carefully. Rubbing or you can simply remove the grains irritate the skin and aggravate the condition.

* After washing or bathing gently tap the skin with a towel so that some moisture remains on the skin.

* Apply a hydrating lotion or lotion when your skin is still damp after a bath.

Use a hydrator that contains urea or propylene glycol, chemicals that soften these rough pile.

* Apply twice daily over the counter products containing lactic acid.

Lactic acid helps remove extra keratin of the skin surface

* Use a humidifier for the home in order to add moisture to the air inside your home.

Use a portable humidifier or leave one fixed in the room in which more time passes.

Natural Remedies for Keratosis Pilaris - Get rid of Chicken Skin


Natural Remedies for Keratosis Pilaris: Get rid of Chicken Skin


Having skin problems in some parts of your body might be an unpleasant experience. Although the skin problems caused by keratosis pilaris is harmless, at least you can find some solutions to get rid of it. Keratosis pilaris is a genetic skin condition that is caused by keratinization.

This means that the protein or keratin, which is metabolized by the body and finds its way into the inner layers of the skin, keratin plugs as hindering the manner in which the hair follicle goes through the pores. When pores become clogged, the result is folliculocentric keratotic papules. In common parlance, these bumps is known as goose bumps. These are not contagious or dangerous medically. Did not match any other complications caused by these bumps. In fact, the appearance of these papules are often observed to dissipate through the years beyond adolescence. In rare cases, these papules reappear later in life, but they are nothing more but the texture of the skin is ugly or unpleasant.

Getting rid of keratosis pilaris goose bumps or is not fast. Keratosis pilaris is a skin condition that really go away by itself. But there are easy ways to improve the appearance of the skin with keratosis pilaris. There are natural remedies for keratosis pilaris that anyone who is experiencing it could easily be at home. Most of these natural remedies can be prepared with ingredients that are available in most home pantries. These remedies, however, be used for long periods of time before their effects are clearly visible. These natural remedies have cleansers, scrubs, and absorbents. Here are some recommended natural remedies for keratosis pilaris:

1. Scrub with olive oil and sugar - Mix equal parts of olive oil and sugar can give an effective exfoliant that you can use to get rid of keratin plugs and other dirt particles on the skin.

2. Salt and water - mixed with salt water can also be an effective exfoliating formula. Gently wipe the skin with this formula can also help with keratosis pilaris.

3. Vitamin E oil - Adding several tablespoons of vitamin E oil to bath water can help seal the moisture in the skin and improve the appearance of keratosis pilaris. Soak in the bath water infusion of vitamin E oil for about twenty to thirty minutes. Do not bathe too long, because your skin can take away too much oil and cause more dryness and irritation.

4. Washing with apple cider vinegar - In some cases, use apple cider vinegar to wash the area affected by keratosis pilaris can take the place of lactic acid washes and creams. Sometimes, products containing lactic acid may irritate the skin. This natural washing could serve as a more effective alternative.

These are just some of the natural remedies for keratosis pilaris. Although there is no real cure for this disease of the skin, these natural remedies and others may be recommended by dermatologists and skin doctors and could also help to try to improve skin appearance and texture.

Keratosis Pilaris on The Cheek

Queratosis pilaris de la mejilla

Keratosis pilaris on the cheek


Keratosis pilaris is a disease that most commonly occurs during childhood and tend to be hereditary. It is associated with atopic dermatitis and worsens dry skin, such as during the winter months. It produces small and rough spots (papules) that are usually flesh colored and appear on the outer surface of the arms and thighs, although they can appear anywhere in the body.

Home Remedies for Keratosis Pilaris (Chicken Skin)


Home Remedies for Keratosis Pilaris (Chicken Skin)


The keratosis or goose bumps are protrusions that occur in different parts of the body: arms, legs or buttocks, with a rough texture and a reddish appearance.

These protrusions protein (not fat or pus) usually occur in adolescence and then disappear over the years.

The keratosis is not acne, so it is advisable not to treat it as such, here we present several homemade recipes to alleviate this condition and remove in a short period of time:

* Mask of aspirin:

Place 10 to 12 aspirins in a small bowl, add hot water to a paste (keep adding small amounts of water for not too much), then apply to the area with keratosis and leave for 10 minutes, then exfoliate the skin.

Apply rosehip oil.

* Dry Exfoliation: Find a lightly sand stone (not the toes) and sand dry skin, also can be rubbed with a towel, then apply the gel of aloe vera leaf.

* Scrub in Wet: In the shower, washing hair and rinsing the shampoo (which is degreaser) in a circular motion rub the soft stone, in the area with keratosis, works great.

Then rinse and apply moisturizers for the body.