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    Default Red, Itchy, Bumpy, Dry, Swollen, Right Hand!

    So, my right hand is dry and red and itchy. Little red bumps form when I scratch it. It gets worse in the wet or cold. And it is a bit swollen particularly around the cuticle of my baby finger. I have had this for months. I have gone through 2 tubes of over the counter corticosteroid and two tubes of 2% hydrocortisone, and it has done nothing but temporarily reduce the redness and temporarily and mildly reduce the itch. I have no idea what is going on or what would cause this kind of reaction in just one part of my body.
    Please help!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pebblina View Post
    So, my right hand is dry and red and itchy. Little red bumps form when I scratch it. It gets worse in the wet or cold. And it is a bit swollen particularly around the cuticle of my baby finger. I have had this for months. I have gone through 2 tubes of over the counter corticosteroid and two tubes of 2% hydrocortisone, and it has done nothing but temporarily reduce the redness and temporarily and mildly reduce the itch. I have no idea what is going on or what would cause this kind of reaction in just one part of my body.
    Please help!

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    **Stella Krueger** Female

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    @pebblina

    Use Kirlangic High Quality Medical Soap. Use as follows: Wash at least twice a day with cold water ( not hot ). Wash intensively and led soap stay for 2 -5 minutes on the skin. After that wash off the soap with warm water and clean your hands with a fresh towel. Notice: Never use standart one from bathroom that might also funct for drying hands after going for doing some "toilet business". No, use complete clean, fresh towel, only ! Both times. Do so and your problem will be gone within days.

    Best regards
    Stella

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    **Kollin** Female

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    I used to always get red cheeks. I still get it from time to time but my new regime has helped to make these occasions rare.
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    Drink green tea
    Use PureChimp Super Cleanser
    I also kept a diary to see what triggered my skin redness & then tried to avoid these things. (I know its a pain but once you have done it you may find a way to reduce redness in your skin for the rest of your life).
    Sugar way a big trigger for me personally.

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    **Claudia Bryant** Female

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    May be this is a symptom of eczema disease. To get rid of this problem applies some effective cream. You definitely protect your skin.


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