Keratosis pilaris can be defined as the pairing of hair follicles, which is a benign and diffuse genetic disorder, affecting approximately 50-80% of adolescents, and 40% of adults. It is worth noting that this disease is harmless, and all What causes it are external appearance disorders, as it appears in the form of small, specific raised areas of the skin known as papules, and these symptoms often appear on the upper outer part of the arms and thighs, and this disease is also known as chicken skin This is due to the affected skin, and it should be noted that most people with this disease do not realize that they have a disease and do not believe that there is a treatment available for such cases, and in fact this disease often appears in children and adolescents, and intensifies to reach its climax when puberty, then begins to improve with progress A person is of age, and this does not preclude the possibility of the elderly suffering from this disease, as many cases have been recorded in the pyramid stage, and by returning to talking about the nature of this disease, it is genetic as we mentioned before, but it is considered to be a dominant trait. In fact, the severity of the disease varies among the injured. Some of them pass through stages of the severity of the disease , and some of them affect the psyche and their lives in a clear and disturbing way. In winter due to dry skin.
Symptoms of capillary keratosis In fact, symptoms of capillary keratosis appear when the layer of protein protecting the skin known as keratin accumulates, as the accumulation causes the hair follicles to close. Symptoms appear as small bumps on the surface of the affected skin, and these protrusions may appear in red or white, and they often appear in red or white, often White heads appear visible on it, often accompanied by dryness and scaling of the skin, and it is worth noting that these symptoms may appear in any part of the body where the hair follicles are located. % Of the cases are thigh injuries, and 30% of cases are buttock injury