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Having a lot of itching on the legs...happens a lot.during winter unbearable.at.times. Coconut oil does not help
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Winter itch is sometimes referred to as winter eczema, asteototic eczema and eczema craquele. When the temperature drops, the clear, cold days of winter can dry out your skin’s natural barrier, creating dry, itchy, and irritated skin. For some dryness is so severe that the skin becomes cracked and inflamed. These conditions can also worsen the symptoms of eczema. soap doux Apply secalia
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This may be eczema. Please send photos using online consult option for proper examination diagnosis and treatment
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May be u r suffering from xerotic eczema,  need good moisturisers, consult me online for better management
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Hi, greetings, if its just due to itching you could try some of the thicker lotions which are free of fragrance and parabens to avoid allergies. This would help. If you have any lesions / redness/ rash -then its ideal that you see a qualified dermatologist near you. Warm regards, Dr Govind S Mittal, Therapeia Skin hair and ENT centre, Bengaluru.
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