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Does Anybody Have Ecxema On Feet And Hands?

Does Anybody Have Ecxema On Feet And Hands?

posted May 3
A MyEczemaTeam Member

Vaseline is great for sealing the skin, it also prevents water evaporation from the skins Surface. Using the aloe combined with the Vaseline is a brilliant safe relief. Used at bedtime along with cotton gloves on the hands is a great combination. My hands were so bad that from Jan-may I was unable to bare my skin to the elements at all. Palms were constantly cracked, red inflamed. The build up on my fingers is horrendous and can have clumps of skin coming away from around my nails etc. My nails are not great either. As in brittle and split too easily. I also then relied on the cotton gloves and then latex gloves on top of them to do chores and everyday duties, what they did do was help me to not be able to scratch my skin. The damage your nails can do in a second can attribute to a lengthy recovery. Where as with the double glove you can rub the skin however you cannot scratch the skin. I haven’t tried the inhibitor but I think this would be a great option. The steroid creams are not to be used for any length of time and the long term side affects are horrendous. However it is only the steroids that help me remove the build up of skin and stop tje aaaocoated itching.

posted July 18
A MyEczemaTeam Member

Have you tried Aloa from the plant. I bought it a plant and I use the prescription from the Dr. And the Aloa from the plant at night with Vaseline. I put on cotton socks. Plus I take Loratadine. (A pill for allergies) it's the antihistamines that work to stop the itching. It took about 1 to 2 weeks to clear up, but I have to do this every night and day. Hope you can get some relief soon.🙏

posted May 9
A MyEczemaTeam Member

Elise I have cotton gloves but they’re still a little bit too big for her so we have started to use cotton socks we haven’t found any lotions that work, she is considered severe I actually came from the dermatologist recently and they want to put her in a trial study for Opzelura which is a jack three inhibitor😔I’m torn nothing works at the same time I’m so scared of putting her in a trial study but if it works I can potentialy save her so much suffering

posted May 6
A MyEczemaTeam Member

Eczema Honey has a hand cream and hand wash for people who have it there

posted May 6
A MyEczemaTeam Member

I found a product Eczema Honey has a hand cream that suppose to work go to website Eczema Honey.com many different products for eczema.

posted May 6

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