How to remove chicken skin on buttocks?

Are you tired of feeling insecure about those pesky bumps on your buttocks? Do they remind you of a plucked chicken everytime you glimpse yourself in the mirror? Fear not, my feathered friend! In this guide, we will teach you how to remove that unwanted chicken skin and flaunt smooth cheeks like never before.

Embrace Your Bumpy Cheeks

Before we delve into the nitty-gritty stuff, let us first break it down for ya’. The world is full of different body shapes and sizes – embrace yours. No two bodies are alike; hence no two pair of buttocks ought to be alike either. Please don’t let society dictate how your tushies should look. Remember always confidence looks amazing.

Understanding Chicken Skin

Not all bumps are created equal when it comes to our bottoms – just ask kardashians or Jenner’s camp (wink wink). However, if these small raised dots appear rough and bumpy instead of flesh-colored spots with hair follicles poking through as usual – that indicates pretty clearly what scientists call keratosis pilaris (KP) but what regular folks call “chicken skin” or “strawberry legs.” As annoying as KP can be at times; relax chirping birdy it doesn’t have any harmful effects nor contagious one!


Researchers believe that one in three people suffers from some form of KP on their derriere—so fret not cheery chickadee—you’re surely not alone in this flock!

Causes Of Chicken Skin On Buttocks

Now let’s get factual here without going too bird-brained overboard (bad puns alert) Follicular Keratosis or KP occurs when there is a build up of keratin, a protein that protects your skin from harmful hazards – in this case, it’s Keratin gone rogue & catching to follicles, forming hard plugs. Your body sheds dead skin cells and regenerates new ones continuously; however, if you’re susceptible to chicken skin-like bumps on your rear-end region it means your skin cell turnover-rate isn’t optimal.


Apart from genetics or the natural process of aging playing their hand in causing KP-related issues but constant friction due to tight clothing or consitent sitting without any significant movement can bring out bumps even more painfully present! So keep moving those feathery tail feathers birdie!

How To Remove Chicken Skin On Buttocks – The DIY Way

Now comes the exciting part: how do we get rid of these bumps?! Our team at Silly Ducks Inc have tried every trick under the sun (alright just imagine it…) Some worked better than others while some merely tickled our fancy. Here are five tips-and-tricks for removing chicken skin on buttocks—most involve products for symptom relief and exfoliation:

1. Exfoliate Using A Salicylic Body Wash

KP can sometimes go away (yay?) simply by using an over-the-counter product containing salicylic acid (The stuff popularly found in acne cleansers). It helps unclog pores by dissolving keratin plugs that block them which leave room for newer regenerated cells!

Here’s what you need:

  • Salicylic Acid Body Wash
  • Loofah/Exfoliating Gloves


  • Take a cold shower as hot temperatures strip moisture off your skin.
  • Pour/squeeze grape-sized amount onto loofah/gloves.
  • Gently Exfoliate butt-cheeks in a circular motion until the salicylic acid penetrates deep into pores.

2. Scrub It Away With Coconut Oil Sugar Mix

Gather up these:

  • Virgin Coconut Oil
  • Raw Sugar
  • A Mixing Bowl


  • Melt around two tablespoons of coconut oil on low heat, stirring occasionally.
  • In a separate bowl, mix equal parts raw sugar with melted coconut oil and stir it well enough to form grainy-textured paste.
  • Step back; rub down your gluteus maximi with the grainy textured scrub for good exfoliation across your bumcheeks making sure you’re being gentle yet firm.


Rinse off that granular scrub utopia goodness with a mild soap after moving round like disco dancing ducky!

3. Keep That Skin Moisturized

Once KP wreaks its havoc to our system take away its moisture as dry skin attracts more bumps..yay! But fear not birds’ of feather for here’s what we recommend;

It’s hydrating ingredients include:

  • Oatmeal & Shea Butter based moisturizers (Found in Aveeno body lotion)

What do I need to keep up this routine?

  • High-quality Body Lotion

How many times should one lather?

– At least twice daily, every day – once post-shower/ before bedtime.


4. Get Your Tush A Chemical Peel.

If manual exfoliation is too much work for you or hasn’t yielded desired outcomes then why not pamper yourself? Chemical peels performed by Dermatologists peels, are an ideal option for people experiencing Keratosis Pilaris affecting larger parts of their body. Alpha Hydroxy Acids or Lactic Acid – mixed with squalene oil and applied using a Q-Tip can lift up those dead cells away from KP-affected cheeks on your behind!

5. Tackle It With A Prescription Medication

Dermatology-grade creams to tackle such issues that involve at least haifred percentage glycolic acid content (or Urea) exfoliate off the rough patches as they team up with urea to soften the lumps texture:

Some areas to focus are:

  • Glytone KP Exfoliating Body Wash
  • AmLactin Moisturizing Cream

But don’t take puny-peck steps alone consult a Dermatologist first before opting prescriptions medicines;



Chicken skin on buttocks is common but painful yet there’s nothing you fret over Good news it does not contribute much health harm besides cosmetic issues & redness hence finding ways along with constant exercise Might reduce chances of chicken bumps coming at full rage attack mood! Just remember that love yourself just how you are , having imperfections only makes us beautiful in our unique way…so YOU ARE BEAUTIFUL NO MATTER WHAT!! And as Ducks say…Quackity Quacks do sleep better than divas who get feathered moves…..