... For the last few weeks my hands have been peeling constantly. They are usually worse after I take a shower or wash my hands. It's kind of like how your back would peel after a sunburn, but it's my hands and I am not sunburn. ... (1 replies)
... Why is the skin peeling off my hands (0 replies)
... Too dry hands, using chemicals, etc.
Could be a fungus.
See a dermatologist for proper diagnosis. (1 replies)
... Nails 'peel' for a variety of reasons, and one is due to our internal health. The other major reason for peeling nails is overexposure to water and to household cleaning solutions. Paper and fabric also dry out the nail plate and the result is peeling. ... (1 replies)
... immune diseases as well as Eczema and Sebhorreic Dermatitis. Lately though, I have had peeling skin on my hands and I don't know if it is from either of those things. I have never experienced this symptom before. ... (4 replies)
... In my case I had been tested and tested for allergies. I wore rubber or white cotton gloves and did not touch anything for over 9 months. ... (19 replies)
... First of all...........yes sulfadine is a sulfa drug. Sometimes topical treatments do not cause allergic reactions as the oral medication does. ... (19 replies)
... Contains no Formaldehyde" is seen on some nail enamel or polishes. Should formaldehyde be a concern for nail enamel users? ... (6 replies)
... A fungus infection is generally accompanied by nail plate lifting, discoloration, evident debris between the nail plate and the nail bed, and brittle nails. ... (1 replies)
... sun people. After having used steroid creams and an annual Prednisone shot for years, my doctor prescribed Protopic. ... (7 replies)