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it seems to be dyshidrotic eczema.
Dyshidrotic eczema is a condition in which small blisters develop on the hands and feet. The blisters are often itchy.
The cause is unknown. The condition seems to appear during certain times of the year.
You are more likely to develop dyshidrotic eczema when:
you are under stress
you have allergies, such as hay fever
your hands are often in water or moist
you work with cement or do other work that exposes your hands to chromium, cobalt, or nickel.
Skin care at home
keep the skin moist by lubricating or moisturizing the skin. Use ointments (such as petroleum jelly), creams, or lotions.
should be free of alcohol, scents, dyes, fragrances, or other chemicals.
Work best when they're applied to skin that is wet or damp. After washing or bathing, pat the skin dry and then apply the moisturizer right away.
May be used at different times of the day. For the most part, you can apply these substances as often as you need to keep your skin soft. Dyshidrotic eczema usually goes away without problems, but symptoms may come back. Excess scratching may lead to thick, irritated skin. This makes the problem harder to treat.
take homoeopathic medicine - petroleum 30/ 3 times a day daily for a month initially.
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