... I have the same peeling skin on my hands. Its so gross. My Doctor has not explained it to me either. I read a post on here by someone who swims a lot and has the problem. I swim a lot and have a jacuzzi. Maybe the chlorine is the problem. ... (3 replies)
... I have also had a similar problem which has been occuring now for the past month or two. It started as a bit of dry skin on the edge of my fingertips then it eventualy just peeled off and all started splitting. ... (3 replies)
... and now I have noticed the same thing on my fingertips as well. Small circles of skin that is peeling at the edges.... does anyone have any idea what this could be or if we should be concerned? ... (3 replies)
... Ok hopefully someone here can help me. I've been researching everywhere on the internet and can't find anything like this. I was wondering if this happend to anyone or if they might know what it is? ... (5 replies)
... no to all of the above. i'm a student, mid 20s. i wash my hands often but nothing excessive. i actually avoid any lotions or creme on my hand. just don't like that oily feeling. as soon as i apply lotion to my face, i wash it off my hand. maybe i shouldn't do that. my hands aren't dry either. ... (3 replies)
... Are you using harsh products on your hands ie bleach or cleaning supplies? ... (3 replies)
... I have the same problem periodically. I don't do 'physical work' either, but I do wash my hands alot. I think that an allergy probably triggers it for me. I know that working w/ paper doesn't help either. As I posted under 'dry hands' I found something that has worked far better than anything else I've tried. It's called Zim's Crack Creme. I used the 'creamy formula' and my... (3 replies)
... After having athlete's foot for a long time I noticed tiny white circles on my fingers and some on my palm which scared me to finally get treatment. ... (0 replies)
... p.s....I forgot to say, I have absolutely ZERO peeling now. There is 1 patch on my palm that has a little bit thicker skin, but the good news is that it is totally NOT noticeable to other people. ... (3 replies)
... After reading on this forum, I found a solution that worked well for me... ... (3 replies)
... cracking skins on my fingertips. I was bad enough that I had to wear gloves to cut vegetables... because it hurt too much. ... (3 replies)
... days ago i had little paper cut type cuts on my fingertips and thin skin peeled off 3 of my fingertips, but did not bleed or crack, just simply peeled off , and now still 10 days later the skin under is wrinkly and very sensitive.. ... (3 replies)
... wks the skin on my fingertips and on my palms has been peeling like crazy. ... (1 replies)
... For the past few months, the skin on the thumb and index fingers of both hands has been drying and peeling, with painful cracking occurring. The skin keeps callousing and sloughing off. I have tried petroleum jelly, hand creams, shea butter and pure lanolin. ... (7 replies)
... This happens every so often. Most times they're fine. Right now they're red and raw. I don't do any physical labor with them. Any clues or tips? Thanks. (3 replies)
... The skin has been peeling onn the tips of my Pinky to my Middle finger. It first started around Thanksgiving last year on my pinky, I didnt mind it at first cause it was small and not very noticable but it has spreaded to my middle finger. ... (0 replies)
... If you have not tried it yet, try Emu oil... It actually worked for me for a few months, then not so much.. I must have developed a resistance to it..
Yesterday I started a D3 5000 IU regiment as I was reading a post where someone had some luck with that..
Our condition baffles me, we can send equipment to Mars that takes years to get there, but we can't cure this????... (3 replies)
... I have the same issue and would also like to know what it is. (3 replies)
Did you ever find a cure? I have had the same for over six years, I've been to many "expert Doc's" tried lots of lotions and NONE have worked.. It's not fungus related, and I dont work with any chemicals just a key board and steering wheel.. (-: (3 replies)
... dld...do you know which vitamins in particular?
I know that anti-inflammatory are supposed to be good for auto-immune problems, hence the Vitamin D3...still looking for other solutions. Someone else mentioned Vitamin E.
But yah, I guess a good multi-vitamin would probably take care of most of these though hahaha. (3 replies)