Those pesky small skin bumps on your arms? They just might be Keratosis Pilaris.
I had Keratosis Pilaris when I was in my teens. And I had it in my 20’s. Then I had it in my early 30’s. Recognize these? You aren’t alone!
The above picture shows my arms almost exactly as they appeared before I began to treat my Keratosis Pilaris.
I decided that enough was enough. When I finally decided to ask a doctor, “oh, by the way – what are these red bumps on my upper arms?” he said, “you have Keratosis Pilaris. It’s characterized by red bumps on your legs, small red bumps on your chest or small red bumps on the upper arms. It can be other places too, like buttocks or the back or chest.”
Having small red bumps on my arms was frustrating enough. Since I created Dalby Day Skin Smoothing Serum, which can be used to eliminate the physical symptoms of Keratosis Pilaris, I found the other sufferers. One was a twelve year old girl who approached me in Whole Foods who had previously had the tiny red bumps on her chest and arms. Her mom was eternally grateful for the serum. Dalby Day Skin Smoothing Serum is multi-purpose, so mom could use it too, but it’s perfect for Keratosis Pilaris sufferers.
A lot of people who have Keratosis Pilaris have told me they love Dalby Day Skin Smoothing Serum. We sell in Whole Foods and online. You can use it on your face, body and hair. Use it after a shower or bath, after washing your face before you go to sleep or go out for the day – under your makeup – and you can use it after shaving, waxing, after sun or even before sun.
Since I have used Dalby Day Skin Smoothing Serum exclusively, my arms have never looked better.