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... The skin can peel in this manner due to several causes; some sort of skin disorder, repeated and prolonged contact with an irritant ( possibly the astringent) or due to allergic reaction to something else you came in contact with. i do suggest a visit to the doctor for a proper diagnosis and some stronger medication. (6 replies)
... a few days ago, the skin began peeling from my fingertips. ... (6 replies)
... Allergic reaction to acrylic does not happen overnight, but only after repeated and prolonged contaict of the liquid monomer to your skin. This can take YEARS. In your case, I would agree with the doctor - yours is probably an allergic reaction and you should have the nails removed as the condition will only worsen with each exposure. (6 replies)

... Something sort of like that is happening to me. The skin underneath the tip of my nail and around my nail is really dry and i peel it off and sometimes it hurts. ... (6 replies)
... My fingers are peeling from the tips around my nails, and like you, it is not "painful" but very uncomfortable and worsens when I get them wet... ... (6 replies)
... and peeling skin...showed my tech, decided wasn't going to cut cuticles again anytime soon. Proceeded to get worse...MY WHOLE REAL NAIL... ... (6 replies)
... A friend of mine had something exactly like what all of you are talking about. She was told to use an over the counter anti fungal cream and was prescribed Lamisil to treat it as a fungal infection of sorts. So far, things have been drastically improving within the last few weeks of this treatment. Just something to think about I guess. good luck janine (6 replies)
... en dry and prone to splitting and peeling. Covering them with polish can help to temporarily seal the layers together, but as soon as you remove the polish, the peeling will show up. ... (2 replies)
... The same thing is happening to me, but with my right foot. I just figure it is because I've recently started wearinf tennis shoes due to an injured left foot. I figured my toes weren't used to be covered all day like that. (6 replies)




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