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The easiest way to reduce Keratosis Pilaris and get smooth skin.

What is keratosis pilaris? You know those red bumps on your upper, outer arms (or legs) that aren’t quite pimples or a rash? That’s Keratosis Pilaris, and it’s caused by a build-up of keratin (dead skin). The excess keratin blocks the opening of your hair follicle, forming a 'plug' which is what causes the bumpiness and inflammation. Aside from occasional itchiness, the bumps don't come with too many symptoms. The appearance is the main reason people want to treat it. What can cause keratosis pilaris? PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome) Gluten intolerances or Coeliac disease Heredity  How do I get rid of keratosis pilaris? Regular exfoliation Moisturiser Reducing gluten intake Tribe's 'Fruit Tingle! Shower Gel' and 'Fruit Tingle! Body Moisturiser' An effective way to get rid of the...

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4 easy steps for turning sensitive skin into healthy, glowing skin.

You don’t need to be on a 10-step skincare routine to have healthy, glowing skin. Less really is more, especially when your skin in prone to reacting to skincare and makeup. We have done the hard work for you and made skincare SIMPLE! Following these 4 easy steps, you will see a visible reduction in facial redness and dry patches in just 2 weeks and breakouts reducing in 4 weeks. Cleanse – Your skin should. never feel 'squeaky clean' or tight after cleansing. If you use a super gentle, soap-free cleanser, your skin will feel fresh and potential irritants will be washed away. Sleeping with makeup on ages your skin and can clog your pores. Clean your face each night with the ‘Clean Me!...

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