Keratosis Pilaris Collection
What is Keratosis Pilaris?
How to do you treat KP?
The best way to (naturally) treat KP involves: 1) removing the excess buildup of keratin; and 2) restoring the skin's natural moisture. We've put together a step-by-step routine that will fulfill these conditions and leave your skin KP-free:
Step #1: Unclog Pores
Step #2: Exfoliate with our KP scrub
Our ultra-thin sugar based scrubs are gentle yet effective. This product will exfoliate away dead skin cells and small bumps, without drying out your skin. Each scrub is infused with nourishing oils to help rejuvenate and reveal healthier-looking skin. We recommend using the scrub 2-3 times a week in the shower - depending on how sensitive your skin is.
Step #3: Treat
Our treatment oils are formulated to moisturize and soften the skin in order to help prevent clogged pores/excess keratin buildup. We recommend using a treatment oil on a daily basis. For the best results, apply the product within two minutes of stepping out of the shower since the skin is most absorbent during this time.
Step #4: Repeat
Being consistent with your Keratosis Pilaris routine is key to treating Keratosis Pilaris. It will take time, but your skin will thank you!
Read our comprehensive KP guide to understand what causes KP, the recommended treatments and more.