Does Keratosis Pilaris spread? Many KP sufferers know the struggle when it comes to managing this harmless but stubborn condition. Keratosis Pilaris causes small, itchy bumps to appear on your skin. Patients often report the condition suddenly worsening during pregnancy and after childbirth. KP may make your skin look like it has permanent goose bumps. These’re usually small and itchy red or white bumps that are harsh to the touch.
Does keratosis pilaris spread?
The short answer is no. Because it’s not contagious it can’t spread. Dead skin cells blocking your pores/hair follicles are the cause of keratosis pilaris.
Typically tend to appear during the winter months, when the air is dry. And may improve during the warmer summer months when the humidity is higher. But every patient is different and can report different appearance and symptoms.
Patients who suffer from dry skin, eczema, asthma, excess body weight or hay fever may be more prone to suddenly develop Keratosis Pilaris.
How to treat Keratosis Pilaris?
Although there is no specific cure for KP, with a choice of non-surgical procedures and consistent skincare you can manage your condition. And also reduce the appearance significantly.
Laser hair removal is a fast and effective way to permanently reduce unwanted hair. Which is basically the root cause of keratosis pilaris. This highly-regarded treatment is suitable for all skin types. And we use medical-grade technology for a fast, superior outcome.
Medical microdermabrasion combined with Epionce Lite Refresh Peel – a deeply penetrating, resurfacing combined treatment to clear blocked and congested pores. This effective treatment uses two different techniques to slough away dead skin cells, dirt and debris. And to allow the skin to regenerate more effectively and produce a healthy cell turnover.
How to book an appointment?
As the first step of your hair removal journey at Skin Perfection London, we request that you attend a no-obligation consultation and patch test. Firstly, this gives you the opportunity to learn more about the process. How does the treatment work? Why is it effective? How many treatments you need? What’s the best treatment for your skin? How to prepare your skin for the treatment? And about the contraindications to the treatment. Finally to confirm suitability we’ll carry out a quick patch test.
We are looking forward to welcoming you at SP. Our highly trained and skilled aesthetic practitioners have many years of experience, so you can be confident you’re in the best hands. And, you can be sure, you’ll always have a stress-free relaxing experience.
Contact our team today to book an appointment.