Body Smoothing System

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KP & Bumpy Skin Solution

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Trying to manage your keratosis pilaris? Dealing with dry, rough, and bumpy skin? This exfoliating-hydrating duo is here to save the day.

  • Improve the appearance of dry, rough, bumpy skin
  • Suitable for keratosis-pilaris prone skin
  • Glycolic Acid Body Scrub is an in-shower treatment with physical and chemical exfoliators to treat the build up of keratin, dry skin, and ingrown hairs
  • Glycolic Acid Body Lotion continues the smoothing process with added shea butter, which locks in moisture and deeply hydrates skin
  • A $70 value. $5 savings!

They’re unique formulas that exfoliate and hydrate simultaneously. Together, they’re a knockout combo.

★★★★★
AMAZING PRODUCT

I absolutely love this product, I felt the difference the first day, my skin wasn’t as rough to the touch. Will definitely buy this product again. I can only give 5 stars but it’s more like a 10

★★★★★
ABSOLUTELY LOVE IT!

The body smoothing system has changed my skin. I live in a very dry climate and using the body scrub and lotion has made my skin so soft and no more winter itch! Absolutely love it!

★★★★★
BYE BYE CHICKEN SKIN

I bought the glycolic body scrub and the glycolic body lotion about a month ago. I don't use it every day, but there is a dramatic change in the texture of my skin. So much smoother! This helped the discoloration of the area (back of my arms) too. Worth it!

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Exfoliate. Massage Glycolic Acid Body Scrub onto wet skin, focusing on dry patches or areas prone to keratosis pilaris.

Moisturize. On clean skin, apply a generous amount of Glycolic Acid Body Lotion all-over the body, focusing on dry patches or areas prone to keratosis pilaris. Reapply as needed.

For best results, use daily.

Glycolic Acid - Exfoliating AHA (alpha hydroxy acid) with tiny molecules that smooth skin’s surface, clear out clogged pores, encourage collagen production, and pull water into your skin for extra hydration.

Lactic Acid - Extra gentle AHA (alpha hydroxy acid) that works to soften rough, bumpy skin and unstick the “glue” that causes dead skin buildup.

Shea Butter - Rich, ultra moisturizing ingredient that heals and conditions to leave skin healthy, smooth, and hydrated.

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For skin types:
Oily, combination, dry — but especially helpful for dry, keratosis pilaris-prone skin.

Helps with:
Dry, dehydrated skin
Rough, bumpy skin
Scars & dark spots
Uneven skin texture & tone

FAQs

Commonly Asked Questions

Combat Keratosis Pilaris and Rough, Bumpy Skin

Exfoliating and moisturizing are key!

Exfoliate Moisturize

Glycolic Acid Body Scrub is an in-shower scrub loaded with eco-friendly scrubbing beads and 10% glycolic acid. This double exfoliation power easily breaks up tough, dry, dead skin build up.

Combat Keratosis Pilaris and Rough, Bumpy Skin

Combat Keratosis Pilaris and Rough, Bumpy Skin

Exfoliating and moisturizing are key!

Exfoliate Moisturize

Glycolic Acid Body Lotion is an all-over body lotion formulated with glycolic acid for extra exfoliation, and shea butter to help lock in hydration and keep skin deeply moisturized.

Combat Keratosis Pilaris and Rough, Bumpy Skin

Combat Keratosis Pilaris and Rough, Bumpy Skin

Exfoliating and moisturizing are key!

Combat Keratosis Pilaris and Rough, Bumpy Skin

Exfoliate

Glycolic Acid Body Scrub is an in-shower scrub loaded with eco-friendly scrubbing beads and 10% glycolic acid. This double exfoliation power easily breaks up tough, dry, dead skin build up.

Combat Keratosis Pilaris and Rough, Bumpy Skin

Moisturize

Glycolic Acid Body Lotion is an all-over body lotion formulated with glycolic acid for extra exfoliation, and shea butter to help lock in hydration and keep skin deeply moisturized.

FROM DR. SANDRA LEE

“Most of the patients that I see in my office that have those bumps on their arms that look like chicken skin have no idea what it is. And those people with rough, bumpy skin, razor bumps or ingrown hairs all know that these things are not painful or life threatening but can be really annoying and effect one's confidence and self-esteem. Glycolic Acid is one of the most effective exfoliators we use as dermatologists to improve the appearance of bumpy skin so I wanted to create a system that used this powerful ingredient to exfoliate but also to leave skin moisturized and healthy.”

Dr. Sandra Lee (aka Dr. Pimple Popper)

WHAT IS KERATOSIS PILARIS?

What does it look like? What is it caused by? Why do I have it?

It often appears as small, rough bumps on the surface of your skin, that can be red, itchy and uncomfortable. For others, it could look like white goosebumps, hence the nickname “chicken skin”. They’re often bumpy, almost like acne, but can also be dry and itchy like eczema.

WHAT IS KERATOSIS PILARIS?

WHAT IS KERATOSIS PILARIS?

What does it look like? What is it caused by? Why do I have it?

When too much keratin (a protective skin protein) builds up on the surface of your skin and the body can’t shed it fast enough, it can harden in and on top of your pores. This grouping of keratin cells create these rough patches that feel like sandpaper on the skin.

WHAT IS KERATOSIS PILARIS?

WHAT IS KERATOSIS PILARIS?

What does it look like? What is it caused by? Why do I have it?

It’s hard to specifically pinpoint who gets this and why, but know that it is super common, not contagious, and not life threatening. Studies have suggested that if you have eczema or dry skin, your body is already prone to having a build up of keratin and therefore more likely to experience Keratosis Pilaris. Genetics also play a role, so if your parents have it, it’s more likely you’ll experience it as well.

WHAT IS KERATOSIS PILARIS?

WHAT IS KERATOSIS PILARIS?

WHAT IS KERATOSIS PILARIS?

What does it look like?

It often appears as small, rough bumps on the surface of your skin, that can be red, itchy and uncomfortable. For others, it could look like white goosebumps, hence the nickname “chicken skin”. They’re often bumpy, almost like acne, but can also be dry and itchy like eczema.

WHAT IS KERATOSIS PILARIS?

What is it caused by?

When too much keratin (a protective skin protein) builds up on the surface of your skin and the body can’t shed it fast enough, it can harden in and on top of your pores. This grouping of keratin cells create these rough patches that feel like sandpaper on the skin.

WHAT IS KERATOSIS PILARIS?

Why do I have it?

It’s hard to specifically pinpoint who gets this and why, but know that it is super common, not contagious, and not life threatening. Studies have suggested that if you have eczema or dry skin, your body is already prone to having a build up of keratin and therefore more likely to experience Keratosis Pilaris. Genetics also play a role, so if your parents have it, it’s more likely you’ll experience it as well.

Glycolic Acid

Formulated with Exfoliating and Moisturizing Ingredients

Glycolic Acid Lactic Acid Shea Butter

A powerhouse exfoliating AHA (alpha hydroxy acid) that effortlessly breaks up and sweeps away dead skin build up. As the smallest molecule size of all the AHA’s, Glycolic acid is able to penetrate deep into skin to really get the job done.

Lactic Acid

Formulated with Exfoliating and Moisturizing Ingredients

Glycolic Acid Lactic Acid Shea Butter

A gentle AHA, suitable for even sensitive skin types. It has both exfoliating and humectant properties meaning it helps to pull hydration to the outer skin layer, keeping skin refreshed and moisturized.

Shea Butter

Formulated with Exfoliating and Moisturizing Ingredients

Glycolic Acid Lactic Acid Shea Butter

Derived from the nut of the shea tree, shea butter is a moisturizing favorite. It’s loaded with fatty acids and vitamins with anti-inflammatory and healing properties, resulting in softened and soothed skin.

Formulated with Exfoliating and Moisturizing Ingredients

Glycolic Acid

Glycolic Acid

A powerhouse exfoliating AHA (alpha hydroxy acid) that effortlessly breaks up and sweeps away dead skin build up. As the smallest molecule size of all the AHA’s, Glycolic acid is able to penetrate deep into skin to really get the job done.

Lactic Acid

Lactic Acid

A gentle AHA, suitable for even sensitive skin types. It has both exfoliating and humectant properties meaning it helps to pull hydration to the outer skin layer, keeping skin refreshed and moisturized.

Shea Butter

Shea Butter

Derived from the nut of the shea tree, shea butter is a moisturizing favorite. It’s loaded with fatty acids and vitamins with anti-inflammatory and healing properties, resulting in softened and soothed skin.

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