Viva from Arlington Virginia would like to know can carrot juice treat Keratosis Pilaris or KP? Well first off for those of you who are not familiar with Keratosis Pilaris, also called chicken skin or follicular keratosis, it is a very widespread autosomal dominant and genetic follicular condition which causes small red and rough bumps to appear on the skin. Now to answer Viva's great question, carrot juice has been shown to either cure and or significantly reduce the Keratosis Pilaris symptoms for some people. To get results however you will want to drink a pint of carrot juice daily until the Keratosis Pilaris symptoms begin to disappear. It is thought that the reason carrot juice is effective in treating Keratosis Pilaris is because of the high levels of vitamin A within the fresh juice. Vitamin A is one of the most important for the health of your skin, nails, and hair. I would like to thank Viva again for this excellent question and I hope our answer was satisfactory.