Looking for a vegan keratosis pilaris treatment? I have had Keratosis Pilaris ever since I can remember and it seems like I have tried everything. I’ve tried creams from a dermatologist that were not vegan or cruelty-free. I have tried tons of products on the market and natural methods too. This combination of products is the best thing I’ve used, even better than medical creams. It doesn’t completely get rid of my Keratosis Pilaris but it makes my arms so much more smooth and less noticeable. These are the cruelty-free and vegan products that worked for my Keratosis Pilaris.

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Eco Tan Exfoliating Glove

This exfoliating is the best I have used. Although it is meant to be used with tanning products, I have used it for years for exfloiating my skin before applying the treatment. I use this as one of my last steps in the shower to exfoliate my arms. I like this specific exfoliating glove because it is more rough than other ones I have tried and actually exfoliates the keratosis pilaris bumps – you can see the dead skin (ew.)

Paulaโ€™s Choice 2% BHA Body Treatment *

I have been buying this product for almost 10 years and I swear by it. It feels like a lotion but I use a thicker layer than I would a regular lotion. It also works for body acne including blackheads and whiteheads. My skin is so much more clear using this than it was before. Although it doesn’t completely clear up my keratosis pilaris, it is the best product I’ve used for it and the fact that it’s vegan and cruelty-free makes it even better.

Do you have Keratosis Pilaris? What products have you tried? What works the best for you? If you have tried either of these products, please let me know your experience!

Curious about other vegan products from Paula’s Choice? Here is a full Paula’s Choice vegan list.

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Jessica started creating content in 2014 to help consumers with finding the best in vegan and cruelty free including beauty, food, lifestyle and fashion.

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