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Keratosis pilaris is a condition that mimics rosacea


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"Keratosis pilaris is a condition that mimics rosacea, but should not be treated like rosacea, Dr. Rao notes. "It is commonly mistaken for rosacea," Dr. Rao says. "Anti-keraloytic agents like lactic acid and alpha-hydroxy acids can be used as well as moisturizer (to treat keratosis pilaris).""

Various conditions respond to energy-based therapies, by Louise Gagnon, Dermatology Times. Dermatology Canadian Association of Aesthetic Medicine 2016

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