keratosis pilaris

NOUN
  1. keratosis characterized by hard conical elevations in the openings of sebaceous glands (especially of arms and thighs)
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  • A clear indication of low vitamin A and omega-3 fat deficiency were “bumps” on the back of his arms called hyperkeratosis pilaris.6 His low level of vitamin D led to lowered immunity.7 Deficiencies of other vitamins such as vitamin E and beta carotene indicated he ate a diet high in junk food and low in vegetables and whole grains. The UltraMind Solution
  • It is the classic form of the disease and manifests as either rough bumps on the cheeks and arms keratosis pilaris, dry and red patches in the creases of the elbows and knees, or fissures behind the earlobes and on eyelid creases. Simple Skin Beauty
  • Both of you have keratosis pilaris, which is a form of eczema. Simple Skin Beauty
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