Keratosis Pilaris

Individual results may vary.

TREATMENT OF KERATOSIS…NO LONGER DIFFICULT

     Ingrown hair is a common skin condition that not only affects the face and body but also the mind of those affected, it is annoying, gets infected can keep occurring, will not fully go away unless treated properly.      
    When scar appears due to this condition, it results in lowered confidence when you need to meet up people, but with modern technology, expertise and experience of our dermatologists, we can treat this condition safely, and fully cure it in the long run.

 

Individual results may vary.

      Ingrown Hair  is a very common skin condition affecting people of all ages, sexes and races. However, the term “Ingrown Hair” is not as commonly known, and can cause misconceptions about the condition. The dermatologists classified the 2 most common causes of the ingrown hair that can be found in patients all over the world, in order to make it easier to understand because the causes and the treatment methods, also diagnosis and prognosis for 2 types are different.

 

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     Keratosis Pilaris is commonly found in children up to adolescents. It is caused by genetic disorders in the division of the upper skin, which results to black pores forming, it will have an appearance like chicken skin. Can be found together with eczema or in the people with personal or family history of allergy, asthma, hay fever, seasonal allergy, allergic rhinitis. Infection and inflammation may occur and worsen the condition. Mostly found on the upper arm and outer sides of upper legs, back, face, and chest.  It is quite challenging to cure, and can keep occurring.

 

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     Pseudo folliculitis is the inflammation of hair follicle that occurs by improper face and body hair plucking and shaving in the correct way which can cause damage to the upper skin layer until the hair cannot pierce through naturally, this will cause black pores to appear around the shaved areas. It can turn infected and possibly even leave scar in the future. Most common affected area are arm pit, legs, face, neck, back, back of the neck.

 

 

TREATMENT RESULT

 

 

Individual results may vary.