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Kick Keratosis Pilaris to the Curb with That Booty Tho

If you struggle with rough, bumpy "chicken skin," you may be wondering what it is and what you can do to get rid of it. If you have stubborn bumps that don't seem to budge no matter what you do, you may have a common condition known as keratosis pilaris. While the condition poses no health risk, it can be uncomfortable, especially in the winter months, and make you feel self-conscious about showing some skin. 

What is Keratosis Pilaris? 

Keratosis pilaris, also known as follicular keratosis, is a skin condition that affects 3 million people each year. The condition causes dry, bumpy patches on various parts of the skin, and bumps can be raised or flat. Commonly affected areas include the booty, upper arms, and thighs. Bumps are caused when a keratin plug forms around the hair follicle, and they can be red, white, or tan in color. 

Sometimes, the condition can disappear on its own, but it often tends to stick around for the long haul, causing embarrassment, frustration, and discomfort. If you struggle with keratosis pilaris, you probably know all too well what it's like to feel self-conscious at the beach and during Summer. Shaving can be painful, especially if you catch a chill because it causes your bumps to be exaggerated. 

If you are like most people with keratosis pilaris, you have probably tried everything under the sun to achieve normal, healthy skin. Medicated creams, lactic acid, chemical peels, exfoliation, moisturization, and steroids are commonly used by sufferers of keratosis pilaris without much success. 

So, what can you do to banish the bumps? 

That Booty Tho

For those who have dimples on their booty, Anese has a solution, and it works on keratosis pilaris too. That Booty Tho is an antioxidant-rich walnut scrub that is formulated to make your butt smooth and soft. 

Fatty acids in the scrub tackle cellulite, acne, and stretch marks; your booty bumps don't stand a chance either. This scrub has your backside; just hop in the shower and take a small scoop of it in your hand. Then, get busy rubbing it all over your booty. Rinse off and say hello to a softer, bump-free butt.

This scrub is super fine, just like you. It gets creamy as you lather it up, and a little goes a long way. For best results, you should use it two or three times per week. In a month, you should start to see fewer bumps.

Just give it one month of consistent effort, and you are certain to have the booty of your dreams. 

Get ready for that booty to be poppin'. 

Picture this, it's one month later, and you used That Booty Tho three times a week. It's summer. Your butt is bump-free, cellulite-free, and tan. 

This scrub will exceed your expectations. Don't believe it? You can check out the reviews and full ingredient list here.

1 comment

Kylee O.

So, my 5yo little girl has KP on her arms. Am I good to use this on her, as well??

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