Many treatment options and skin care recipes are available for controlling keratosis pilaris. Often there is very good temporary improvement following a regular skin care program of lubrication. As a general rule of thumb, treatment needs to be continuous. Since there is no available cure or universally effective treatment for keratosis pilaris, the list of potential lotions and creams is long. It is important to keep in mind that as with any condition, no therapy is uniformly effective in all people. Complete clearing may not be possible. In some cases, keratosis pilaris may also improve or clear spontaneously without any treatment.
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I saw my dr today, I've hsavea slight rash on both eyelids and a droopy eye for a week. I'm being tested for Lupus by a rheumatologist and I think this rash is due to Lupus.
My dr told me it was excema and I don't have Lupus and" hes always right" .
I took the prescripton anyway and the pharmacist was shocked that it was for my eyes. She said it was too strong (1%). I was told to use it 3 times a day. Also the prescription was for two large tubes, pharmacist said I shouldn't use it for more than 3 days.
The dr I saw wasn't who I was expecting to see, if I knew it was him I wouldn't have went. I'm can't speak to the other dr until tomorrow afternoon.