Is there such thing as a better time to treat Keratosis Pilaris?
Well in my personal experience, I only ever seemed to treat Keratosis Pilaris in Summer. When the months got hotter it meant shorts, tank tops and dresses that would bare my bumpy skin.
This soon brought me into full focus on my skin because it was now in the open, and baring my skin during Summer was rather frightening!
So, I began the researching and endless amounts of time spent on the internet at Dermatologists and Doctors again seeking more treatments and more help.
This would last until the end of Summer, and usually by the end of Summer I would have a minor improvement in my skin but not enough to be happy with the appearance.
However I managed to get through it, and soon Autumn and Winter would roll around which mean’t I could cover up my skin again and I would forget about how bad it was.
It was a viscious cycle, and I don’t recommend you leaving your treatment until Summer to treat your Keratosis Pilaris.
What I was doing reminded me of what many overweight or unfit people would do to get their bodies back in shape for summer and to fit into their bikini. Usually they’d wait until the end of Spring early Summer, then start hitting the gym because they started freaking out about baring their jiggly bits at the beach!
If they had maintained their bodies during Winter, it would’ve saved them plenty of heartache.
So my advice – learn from my experience! Start looking for a treatment in Autumn and Winter. Many treatments no matter what you use for Keratosis Pilaris can take a few weeks to notice a significant difference. Once you see a difference you can begin to maintain your skin for Spring and Summer.
Which means no more panic or anxiety when it comes into Summer and you have to bare your bumpy skin.