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Hazz

306d

Since I was a child, I have to put cream on my hands after washing my hands or anything that makes them dry, like chemicals, cold etc. Is there any cure or good alternative treatments for this?

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    • peachybee

      304d

      Please talk to a dermatologist but I highly recommend avoiding any creams/soaps with Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (SLS) as this can further break down the skin barrier for people with dermatitis. Also may be worth looking into UV light therapy.

    • peachybee

      304d

      Please talk to a dermatologist but I highly recommend avoiding any creams/soaps with Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (SLS) as this can further break down the skin barrier for people with dermatitis. Also may be worth looking into UV light therapy.

    • Aiya_the_ill

      306d

      There are many different treatments for atopic dermatitis but I'd recommend talking to a dermatologist to get all the info. I am using Dupixent Injections for my skin issues and it is working wonders 😌

    • Smileys

      306d

      Non toxic creams and soap help. Moisturizing beforehand also helps and gloves. The cure starts with addressing gut health. I finally got my main eczema rashes to go away with diet and am still addressing gut health as it can take time. But after 1 month my awful neck rashes were gone!

      • Smileys

        306d

        @Smileys I also had hand rashes which eventually went away with gut health work

    • Mik16

      306d

      I use Castile soap instead of any regular hand soap, you are most likely allergic to certain ingredients.

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Some suggestions for managing dry hands include using a good moisturizing lotion daily, such as Eucerin Roughness Relief, and applying Aquaphor healing ointment or Amlactin cream at night. Hydrocortisone creams can help with itching and soothe the burning sensation. It's essential to identify any triggers, like soap ingredients or chemicals, and avoid them. However, it's always best to consult a dermatologist for personalized advice and treatment options.

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