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What is keratosis pilaris?

Keratosis pilaris is a common skin condition, which appears as tiny bumps on the skin. Some people say these bumps make their skin look like plucked chicken skin. Others mistake the bumps for small pimples.

These rough-feeling bumps are actually plugs of dead skin cells. The plugs appear most often on the upper arms and thighs (front), and back. However, the symptom can actually appears every where. Children may have these bumps on their cheeks.

If the itch, dryness, or the appearance of keratosis pilaris bothers you, treatment can help. Dry skin can make these bumps more noticeable. In fact, many people say the bumps clear during the summer only to return in the winter. If you live in a dry climate or frequently swim in a pool, you may see these bumps year round.

Is my symptom KP?

Check if you have these symptoms:

  • small bumps on your skins which spread around the area, not just 1 bump

  • the bumps doesn't hurt or swollen

  • the bumps might get better or flare up, but they never all disappear

  • after a while red/dark spot start to show on your skin

if your symptom are as described, you are likely to have KP.

KP or Acne?

Many people misidentify KP for Acne. Here's the differences:

  • Acne usually happen in isolation or in several separated spots, while KP usually spread around the area.

  • KP might has white, fat-like substance inside, while acne has yellow pus

  • Acne always swollen, while KP usually not, unless it's infected from scratches

How to use KP-CLEAR products?

KP-CLEAR has 2 products, lotion and liquid soap. We highly recommend that you use both together for the best result.

  • KP-CLEAR WASH: use to wash your affected area INSTEAD of your normal soap

  • KP-CLEAR LOTION: apply on the affected area twice a day after bath, do not mix with other skin care. If you want to apply other skin care product. Please wait 15-20 minutes after applying KP-CLEAR LOTION


Stingy feeling after applying KP-CLEAR?

KP-CLEAR contains a combination of Glycolic Acid, Lactic Acid, and Salicylic Acid. It's normal if you feel a stingy feeling after applying KP-CLEAR. The feeling should disappear after 5-10 minutes, otherwise, remove the lotion with water. Light peeling after the initial phase is also common.

Can I use KP-CLEAR on an infant?

We do not recommend the use of KP-CLEAR on infant or kids smaller than 5 years or on sensitive areas.

Can I use KP-CLEAR on my face?

If you have symptom on your face, yes. You can use KP-CLEAR WASH to wash your face, then apply a small amount of KP-CLEAR Lotion on the affected area. We do not recommend applying the lotion on your whole face.

When should I apply KP-CLEAR

Immediately after a bath (or twice a day at your convenient) , before sunscreen and other cosmetics. We recommend 15-20 minutes gap before applying other products.

How long does it take before I can completely eliminate KP?

You can never completely get rid of KP. It's a genetic condition. However, if you regulary apply KP-CLEAR, your condition will get better and you can get your confidence back. If you stop using, KP may reoccur within few months. After most bumps disappear, it's ok to stop KP-CLEAR for a week or two. Some people do outgrow KP, however, many do not

If you KP happens because of hair removal, then it's possible to completely eliminate KP, if you stop removing your hair.



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I heard about KAYU cream. What's KAYU cream?

KAYU cream is a body cream formulated for very dry and itchy skin. People who suffer from kp sometimes also has dry skin condition, but not always, so we seperate KAYU as a new brand. If you has problem with dry and itchy skin, we recommend applying KAYU cream 20 minutes after Kp-Clear lotion. Learn more from or click the link here

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