How to Get Rid of Keratosis Pilaris (Chicken Skin) Naturally

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Posted June 29, 2012 by Jim in Aesthetic

I have been wanting to get rid of Keratosis Pilaris for a long time. It’s ugly and just makes you feel self-conscious every time you get the chance to show some skin. Some people get it on the back of their arms, others on their cheeks, and if you’re like me then you have the bumps on your thighs and back of your legs. Nobody is sure of the causes, there’s no cure bla bla bla…

Well, I have found something that people have used to successfully get rid of keratosis pilaris for good. It’s an all natural process, and I can’t wait to tell you all about it. I literally just started doing all of these steps together as a “Get Rid of Keratosis Pilaris” skin regimen, and I can tell you that I can already see fairly dramatic improvement in the KP on my thighs.

The “Remove KP out of my life and make it be just a bad dream I had” Skin Regimen
  1.  Include more carrots and cantaloupe in your diet, because KP has been linked with Vitamin A deficiency
  2. Include pure, organic extra virgin coconut oil in your diet. Some people made their KP go away by just doing that. A tablespoon per every 50 lbs of body weight per day will do the trick.
  3. Include Apple Cider Vinegar with Mother (or Mother of vinegar) in your diet. Read the full article on ACV to learn the recommended way to do that.
  4. Dry brush your bumpy skin for a good 5-10 minutes before getting in the shower. This helps to unblock the keratin plugs formed over the hair follicles. You will find a separate article on Dry Brushing, and I suggest you read it to understand the procedure.
  5. After you come out of the shower, tap your skin dry and massage some Apple Cider Vinegar with Mother into the bumpy skin. Just let it dry. The smell will not persist, and if it does a little bit, then doing the last step will help with that.
  6. Last thing is to moisturize your skin using coconut oil. Work it in your skin for a few minutes and you’re done. Do this daily, and when you get rid of KP, I would still keep doing it, ’cause it’s all good for you!

That’s it! I just know you’re going to come back to this post in a few days and leave a success story in the comments. I wish you good luck and I will keep you posted with my own progress!

Cheers!


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