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Extreme Dry Skin Patches
Some parts of the skin of back of my both hands have gradually started becoming Extreme dry in Patches. From Nuckle to folds between fingers till finger nuckles. (pics attached) It started from some area of few fingers and now its on back of both hands. Not itchy, just dry like sandpaper. Oil/lotion temp makes it. Look smooth/improved but looks dry again after hand wash.
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Use a moisturiser regularly. Define plenty of water . Consult me online. More details required.
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This is no fungal infection.use lot of moisturiser over the areas.
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100% cure possible..Fungus or yeast infection....common around skin folds like thighs and genitals.. avoid sweating, sharing clothes,towels and soap.. specific medicine required depends on the severity.. for detailed prescription do direct online consultation .
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Fungal infection Dont apply moisturiser Consult me online
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Apply moisturizing cream regularly after every hand wash
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Use moisturizer as much as possible, less handwash, do it when necessary only
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