The Skin Of The Hands Peeling And Red Spots Appear Sore And Itchy?
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Sensitive skin is skin that has an excessive reaction to chemicals, certain substances or drugs that touch it, whether intentional or not. Signs of sensitive skin are the appearance of symptoms of redness on the skin, sore, itchy, peeling, dry, and prone to acne after the skin is exposed to certain chemicals.
In general, people with sensitive skin symptom relapse when their skin is exposed to chemicals that contain alcohol, soap, fragrance, are acidic, and contain too many active ingredients. To treat this condition, people with sensitive skin should avoid using these materials or avoid direct contact with these materials, for example by using gloves when washing.
Among the risk factors that cause the condition you are experiencing are:
Immune system disorders Genetic or hereditary disorders Certain skin disorders Medical disorders of unknown cause
Our advice is to be more certain, have your skin condition checked by a dermatologist to confirm the diagnosis of sensitive skin. Meanwhile, based on your experience so far, avoid all materials that can cause irritation to your skin and wear gloves when you have to be in contact, for example when washing. Use a spoon and fork to eat, avoid using any drugs, ointments or cosmetics that are not recommended by a doctor who knows your history of sensitive skin.
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We wish you and your family good health.
That's all, hope it helps.
dr. Amadeo D. Basfiansa