So What Is It And Why Do We Get It?

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Well, it’s ge­netic (thanks, M&D) and oc­curs when too much ker­atin builds up in the skin’s hair fol­li­cles. Ker­atin (the pro­tein that’s found in the outer layer of the skin) blocks the hair fol­li­cles, which causes the sur­face to thicken and pores to ap­pear red and bumpy. It can ap­pear all over your body, but prob­lem ar­eas tend to be thighs and arms.


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