... I'm not sure if the two are related, but roughly 4 weeks ago my fingers started peeling. If you look at pictures of exfoiliative keralytosis, my hands looked like a very mild version of that. ... (0 replies)
... why is the skin peeling on my fingers? ... (1 replies)
... My boy friend has some skin problems over the years, we think it came from his mom becasue she used to have these problems but never had any help for them. His skin on all his fingers are peeling off alot, it looks like when the skin on the bottom of your foot peels off i guess. ... (0 replies)
... Hey all, I was just wondering if anyone knew anything about a condition that is affecting my hands. About two weeks ago, I noticed there was some skin peeling off on my left hand near my thumb. Me thinking it was simply something like a friction burn simply shrugged it off. ... (2 replies)
... Keratolysis exfoliativa is a common skin condition which most often affects the palms, but can develop on the soles of the feet. ... (2 replies)
... About two weeks ago I had the stomach flu and it was pretty horrible so three days into the flu I took Imodium. A day and a half afterwards my skin on my stomach, sides, hands and upper arms turned all red and itched pretty bad. ... (3 replies)
... A few people close to me have a variety of skin peeling problems on the palms of their hands. One had what you are describing and it went away when she quit nursing and wearing latex gloves. ... (17 replies)
... I have had cracked and peeling fingers for over one year now. I searched the internet and found little help regarding this. I finally discovered that I have multiple allergies. ... (1 replies)
... Peeling off skin on my fingers, knees and on feet. My fingers get dry and cracked. I have to apply petroleum gel like moistures on my hands often. Some times I am having severe itching on my fingers, knees and palm. ... (0 replies)
... I've had this problem for as long as I can remember. I'm currently 20 years old. Basically, the skin around my fingers often peel and bleed. Hurts sometimes, other times it's just the appearance that bugs me. ... (0 replies)
... aring sweaty gloves all the time and making the mistake of continuously putting those gloves while sweaty in a bag. The problem at the time wasnt a big deal. The skin would flare up every now and then. Got back to the states and picked up a job at a chroming plant. ... (0 replies)
... The skin has been peeling onn the tips of my Pinky to my Middle finger. ... (0 replies)
... Wearing rubber gloves when work in water and drinking of right amount of water helps to cure from peeling fingers. Coconut oil is one of the best oil to overcome peeling skin problem. ... (3 replies)
... Keratolysis exfoliativa is a common skin condition which most often affects the palms, but can develop on the soles of the feet. ... (1 replies)
... About a week ago, I noticed the skin on my thumb was starting to peel. NO ITCHING, NO FLUID, nothing! It would just pucker up and peel. ... (1 replies)
... I have these little bubbles in my skin on a few of my fingers and toes. They have clear liquid inside them. The skin around my nail on my thumb is constantly cracking and peeling off. You can sorta see the little bubbles underneath the skin too. ... (3 replies)
... I have the same problem with small red spots showing up on the bottom of my palm and fingers. In a day or two, the skin begins to lift and the circles get hard, then turn white, and finally peel. ... (2 replies)
... I may have had the same thing...mine started between my thumb and index finger on my left hand, then weirdly in the same place on my right (like a mirror image), then it spread to mostly my palms, and the sides of my fingers, and areas right below my finger tips.
Mostly peeling, a little cracking, and it was super gross...I had it for 4 years!
After reading on this... (3 replies)
... I'm not sure about rubbing the skin off with the stone...I think it might be better to leave the skin alone and let it heal. Also, try to avoid getting them wet, and put lotion on them immediately after the shower. ... (7 replies)
... Too dry hands, using chemicals, etc.
Could be a fungus.
See a dermatologist for proper diagnosis. (1 replies)