Keratosis pilaris is a common disorder that affects many people. It usually occurs as small, scaly, flesh or red-colored bumps on the arms, legs, buttocks, and, rarely, the cheeks. Occasionally, it can occur elsewhere on the body. This disorder is caused by the plugging of small hair follicles. Often, there is an inherited tendency for this problem.
This is a difficult problem to treat. At best, treatment will control and improve the condition. If it clears with treatment, it often tends to recur after you have stopped treatment.
Helpful lotions used to treat Keratosis pilaris are: