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Follicular hyperkeratosis is a skin condition characterized by excessive development of keratin in hair follicles, resulting in rough, cone-shaped, elevated papules. The openings are often closed with a white plug of encrusted sebum. Might be due to deficiencies of vitamins A, E, B complex, or essential fatty acids.