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Living with KP, Recommended Products, Treatment

Recommended Products for Teens with KP: 13 – 18 years

Our busy teenagers become more independent year to year, and managing the health of their skin becomes very important during these years.

But how do you teach them the basics of good skin care at this age?  Show them and remind them daily.  Show them the best products to use and create a daily routine.

The more they can do for themselves, the more independent and confident they feel about their skin and bodies.

We’ve tested many products through the years, and have come across our favorites through trial and error.  These are some of our favorite brands for treating keratosis pilaris, eczema and dry skin in teens…

 

Recommended Products for Teens with KP

Aquaphor Baby

Aveeno Baby

Baby Cakes

Burt’s Bees Baby

California Baby

Canus Lil’ Goat’s Milk

Crabtree & Evelyn

DERMAdoctor

Doctor Bobby

Dr. Bronner’s Baby

Eucerin Plus

Glytone

Jason Natural Cosmetics Baby

Jurlique

Lil’ Dipper

L’Occitane

Mustela

Nature’s Gate

Original Little Sprout

philosophy

Seventh Generation

Skinceuticals

Weleda Baby


   

DISCLAIMER: Content on this site is for reference purposes only and is not a substitute for advice from a licensed health-care professional. Always read labels and directions before using any product. Consult your doctor or dermatologist for specific advice about keratosis pilaris, eczema, rosacea, sensitive skin, chicken skin, dry bumpy skin or acne in teens, tweens, kids, children, toddlers, babies and infants. DISCLOSURE: This post contains affiliate or referral links to products we use, love and recommend. KPKids is a member of the Amazon Associates program.

 

     

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