First sign of progress: keratosis pilaris disappearing.
What's interesting is that KP hasn't been on my priority of things to fix because I accepted long ago that it was a genetic condition that I couldn't affect. KP's been bugging me since I was 12 and it's been a weekly struggle to extract the white shit that hardens on my chin. I've had it on my nose as well, but the one on the chin is the most disturbing and it requires intense weekly manual exfoliation.
During my washing up routine today I saw that there was nothing to exfoliate. A lot of the bumps have disappered; there are a few tinier than usual bumps remaining but these can't even be felt with my finger. The last time I washed my face - last week - I do recall squeezing and exfoliating, so this is a new development.
KP is tiny and hard to capture in photographs so it's not possible to compare before/after shots. You'll just have to take my word for it that my chin is smooth! Must be the Vitamin A.
Edited by sleptember, 12 June 2013 - 06:33 PM.