double duty is just a package of 2 KPduty bottles. you get a better price that way.
answered 2 years, 8 months ago
KP "double" duty is merely a twin pack of the KP duty creams, which is a discounted price instead of purchasing them separately. This is because many people use this cream daily and buy it frequently.
If you aren't sure if you have KP talk to a dermatologist
answered 4 years, 11 months ago
sounds like you have KP. try a 20% urea lotion (get it from the pharmacist over the counter) if you want a cheaper alternative to KP Duty.
answered 5 years ago
KP and KP "Double" Duty are one and the same. Just different quantities. I first bought the KP Duty and tried the bottle out. The next time I shopped for it I purchased the KP "Double" Duty which is a 2-pack. It saved me a few bucks. This works on rough skin as well as my KP. My knees and elbows are softer since I started applying it at the same times as my KP areas. Wash it off of you hands when your done, though. It can crack the skin/cuticles because it is so affective.
What you describe sounds like KP to me; I have similar bumps on my upper left arm, and the KP Duty scrub and moisturizer have done wonders for me. KP Duty and KP Double Duty are actually the same product; it only says "Double" on the box because it contains two tubes instead of one. Hope that helps.
Keratosis Pilaris might be what those bumps are. Too much protein in the follicle causes them. What can work are creams/lotions with urea, lactic acid, glycolic acid, salicylic acid, tretinoin, or vitamin D. KP works, but if you have sensitive skin it can just replace the bumps with an allergic rash (what happened to me). You could try exfoliation (gentle!!) and a product with salicylic acid (most acne products use this) and lots and lots of moisturizer. I love Korres body lotions for my bumps. Works fast and no allergic reactions.
answered 5 years, 2 months ago
KP Duty = one 4oz. tube. Double Duty = two 4oz. tubes of the same product
answered 6 years, 1 month ago