This scrub is formulated to help banish bumps from skin’s surface, leaving it smooth and soft. Glycolic and lactic acids in this cleanser help loosen the skin’s top layer to decongest pores while gentle pumice buffing beads whisk away dead skin cells to reveal healthier-looking skin. This product is also hypoallergenic, dermatologist tested, and fragrance free.
The KP Bump Eraser Body Scrub from First Aid Beauty uses both chemical and physical exfoliators to sweep away dry, rough patches of keratosis pilaris (also known as strawberry skin). Glycolic acid is an AHA that has been clinically proven to reduce the appearance of KP bumps, while also brightening and improving skin texture. The scrub also contains nourishing shea butter, which soothes and moisturizes. Finally, it is fragrance free, hypoallergenic, and vegan.
This is a good body scrub for those with keratosis pilaris, especially those with sensitive skin. The formula is gentle, but still effectively removes the keratosis pilaris bumps with glycolic acid and Vitamin B3 complex. This AHA has been shown to increase collagen production, which helps skin look firmer and more even.
This is another scrub that has a cult following for a reason. It is a great KP bump body scrub for those with sensitive skin, but still works effectively to remove the small bumps and rough patches of keratosis pilearis from your skin. It is made with exfoliating glycolic acid and Vitamin B3 complex, which work to gently loosen the top layers of dead skin so that you can rinse them away.