Keratosis pilaris, a skin condition commonly referred to as "chicken skin," affects roughly 40 percent of adults — and many people don't even realize they have it. In fact, most self-diagnose it as body acne. And while keratosis pilaris doesn't hurt, it can be annoying to deal with. The good news is that it's 100 percent curable with a few minor skin care adjustments. We visited Dr. Zein Obagi at his Skin Health Institute in Beverly Hills, CA, where he told us how to identify the condition and the best ways to get rid of your bumpy skin at home.
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