Many doctors believe that stress is often a factor in a number of dermatologic conditions, including hives, psoriasis, acne, and eczema.
Show your mom. She might know.
Chicken pox ?
Bed bugs ?
Allergy ? -food, meds, laundry detergent, grooming products.
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It could b an allergic reaction. Have u had any new meds? Even otc cold meds.
Vitamin B12 injections definitely helped my husband's psoriasis, but there are mixed opinions about it in the medical community. He also got some relief using pine tar soap and shampoo. Good luck to you!
Try and stay as less stressed as possible. Stress is usually a trigger that exasperates it.
I heard witch hazel might help. Avoid touching the area with fingers so bacteria isn't introduced. ( thaf includes cell phones )
I heard, if it's just a reaction due to sensitive skin, a way to deal with it would be get your skin used to it. Stick to threading and get it done every 2 - 4 weeks. If you wait 6 weeks, the process starts again. If anyone knows if this is true or not, … Read more
You might have chicken pox.
You're allergic to something and have broken out in hives. Check out this link and see if you recognize anything.
Call your vet and explain what the issue is. They will want to know if you have changed your dog's diet or exercise recently. Is the dog eating something he shouldn't? Is your dog anxious (because of the fireworks being set off in your neighborhood)? Any other stressors? When in doubt, for your pet's safety … Read more
My solution is a bit more complex. I garden - a lot! As a result my hands were cracked, split at the finger tips and ugly as sin. This even tho I faithfully wore gloves. Now I put on lotion in the morning (any non-petroleum based lotion) and then don a pair of cheap latex … Read more
I use Muddrs Utter cream, if that doesn't work I have a hot wax machine I soak my hand in.
My grandpa's favorite for this was Corn Huskers Lotion.
Blend together a mix of hand cream and Polysporin. Wash hands, lightly dry and lather on that mix. Wear some cotton gloves . Do all this before going to bed.
You can reapply this mix lightly during the day after washing hands.
Avoid strong cleaning chemicals. If you do use chemicals, wear rubber gloves.
Lots of lotion.
If you have your hands in water a lot wear gloves.
That happens to me when I'm doing a lot of work with mortar, concrete and joint compound. I'll dab some Bag Balm on where the skin is cracked and cover it with a bandage for a day or two. And like Echooos said, lots of hand lotion.
You should use hand cream and a lot of it.