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DermaDoctor KP Duty Scrub and Lotion Review

DermaDoctor KP Duty Review

The DermaDoctor KP Duty duo is one that I’ve used for years, and recommend to friends and family, but somehow it has never made it to the blog beyond a few mentions! These products are cult favorites for a reason. If you want softer skin or are struggling with Keratosis Pilaris (those red bumps on upper arms), then you need DermaDoctor KP Duty

DermaDoctor’s KP Duty products both have Glycolic Acid, an Alpha-Hydroxy Acid, to help increase cell turnover for softer skin with more even tone and texture. They’ll do a great job of giving you softer skin over time without causing irritation.

DermaDoctor KP Duty Scrub

Here’s a closer look at the scrub. The scrub feels pretty gritty, there are larger and sharper pieces of grit in it than you would want to use on your face, but they feel really great on the body! I only need a small amount of the scrub. Gently rub the scrub around in circles on your skin. The goal isn’t red and irritated skin, instead you want smooth and fresh skin. The scrub feels a bit like lotion otherwise, it has very little smell and isn’t sticky or oily. It rinses off easily with just a little water. While there isn’t a residue, once I’ve patted dry my skin does feel softer and like I’ve just moisturized.

The lotion is a bit thicker than other lotions. I recommend only a small amount once or twice a day, you don’t need to be reapplying a glycolic lotion every time you wash your hands! I’ve been using it on my elbows and hands for a few weeks now, and my skin is much softer. I’ve also noticed that my hands look more evenly colored (which makes me feel old if I am noticing that!) The lotion doesn’t have much smell either, and it isn’t greasy at all. It sinks into my skin quickly and just leaves it soft.

I love to recommend this duo for those that suffer from Keratosis Pilaris (red bumps on their upper arms). I don’t have KP, but I love this duo for areas that are often a bit rougher, such as my elbows, and even just spots I want extra soft like my legs.

DermaDoctor KP Duty Scrub Ingredients
DermaDoctor KP Duty Scrub Ingredients
DermaDoctor KP Duty Lotion Ingredients
DermaDoctor KP Duty Lotion Ingredients

You can buy DermaDoctor KP Duty Lotion and Scrub at Sephora

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3 Comments

  1. 9.3.19
    Hyeon said:

    Can you use this duo during pregnancy third trimester and while breast feeding?

    • 9.3.19
      15mins said:

      They’re ok for nursing but not pregnancy. We don’t change safety recs based upon trimester, it’s a blanket statement for the entire pregnancy

      • 4.26.20
        Nicole said:

        Thank you so much for this information:

        “They’re ok for nursing but not pregnancy. We don’t change safety recs based upon trimester, it’s a blanket statement for the entire pregnancy”

        So many lotions say, “check with your doctor…” then I do and my doctor typically says, “If you’re not sure, don’t use it.” I plan to on nursing until my son is 2 years old and will plan to do the same with our second and that is a long time to go with problems that could have been eased with products like yours. While I will again check with my doctor (and inevitalby get the same non-answer) I appreciate the support:)

        Thank you!

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