2. Symptoms of keratosis pilaris

Keratosis pilaris most commonly occurs in young children and adolescents. It often resolves itself by the time a person reaches age 30. Symptoms of this skin condition include:

  • Tiny bumps which usually appear on the upper arms, front of the thighs, buttocks, and cheeks
  • Rough, dry skin in the bumpy areas
  • Sandpaper-like texture of the skin in the bumpy areas
  • Worsening of the symptoms during seasonal changes and at times of low humidity
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