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Is there medication oral or topical to control keratosis pilaris?
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Dr. Morris Westfried
Dermatology
2 doctors agree
In brief: Keralyt, axelaic aci
Prescription creams that are helpful are keralyt gel, finacea, lac hydrin , or urea.
This need to be used long term. The addition of oral zinc and essential fatty axis xan help. Flaxseed oil 2 tablespoons or flax powder can be a good source of the essential fatty acids.

In brief: Keralyt, axelaic aci
Prescription creams that are helpful are keralyt gel, finacea, lac hydrin , or urea.
This need to be used long term. The addition of oral zinc and essential fatty axis xan help. Flaxseed oil 2 tablespoons or flax powder can be a good source of the essential fatty acids.
Dr. Morris Westfried
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Dr. Jay Bradley
Ophthalmology - LASIK Surgery
In brief: Yes
Recommended medications for keratosis pilaris depends on the severity of your findings.
See a dermatologist.

In brief: Yes
Recommended medications for keratosis pilaris depends on the severity of your findings.
See a dermatologist.
Dr. Jay Bradley
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Dr. Catherine Harrington
Family Medicine
In brief: Salicylic acid
Salicylic acid found in acne lotions can be helpful, as can retin a, (tretinoin) steroid creams and lac-hydrin, which are available by prescription.

In brief: Salicylic acid
Salicylic acid found in acne lotions can be helpful, as can retin a, (tretinoin) steroid creams and lac-hydrin, which are available by prescription.
Dr. Catherine Harrington
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