[music]hello, iâ€™m dr. neal schultz [pause] and welcome to dermtv. if i told you that iâ€™m going to help youunderstand and treat your keratosis pilaris, youâ€™d say, â€œwhatâ€™she talking about?â€ but if i told you
sun rash, thatâ€™s a fancy medical term for chickenskin, which is that rough, itchy skin that occurs on the top and outer partsof some peopleâ€™s arms and also on the front of their thighs, then it mightring a bell. itâ€™s particularly common in teenagers and young adults, andit itches but, more importantly,
it looks really funny, because you have allthese little white studded bumps on your skin with pink skin in between.itâ€™s not dangerous but it certainly looks funny and doesnâ€™t feel good.this is another situation where exfoliants to the rescue, because thesehard little bumps represent overgrowths of dead cells on the top of thehair follicle. all you have to do is literally dissolve them away with achemical exfoliant, whichever one you use for your face, you can use on yourarms wherever you have your
chicken skin, and use it twice a day, andit will result over a period of three or four weeks of a thinning and flatteningof those bumps. the
redness will go away, and you will be freeof the itching and impact of your chicken skin.