Keratosis pilaris, also called “chicken skin”, is a common skin disorder characterized by small, acne-like bumps usually appearing on the upper arms, legs, buttocks or cheeks. These white or red bumps tend to be rough, dry, and at times, itchy. It is usually a benign condition that may improve or even disappear with age, generally by the age of 30.
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Chicken Crisps Recipe on Food & Wine - Crispy chicken skins are even better than fried pork rinds. At Yusho in Chicago, chef Matthias Merges bakes them until crackly, then tops them with sweet-and-salty seasonings.
How to: Get Rid of Keratosis Pilaris (Chicken Skin)
How to Get Rid of Chicken Skin aka Keratosis Pilaris - Chicken skin bumps – such a simple yet instantly identifiable description of the skin problem named keratosis pilaris (commonly dubbed "KP"). Can't you just visualize it?