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Itchy knuckle, red, lost top layer of skin. Sensitive skin. Any ideas?

The knuckle on my index finger on my right hand is very itchy and red and have lost like a top layer of skin. It all started with small tears like you would get in the creases of skin with dry hands. No matter what I do, the itch won't stop and the injury is very difficult to heal. I already have sensitive skin and harsh soaps tend to be rough on my hands.

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Asked On : Wed, 1 May 2013
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Dermatologist 's  Response
Dear patient,
welcome to healthcare magic forum,

1)Your problem seems to be due to repeated trauma & dryness of affected part. So please apply good moisterizer over both hands,every time you wash hands.Use only mild soap for cleansing hands.
2)Apply Clonate-F(Combination of Clobetasole & fusidic acid) cream twice daily over red & itchy skin,during rest time.Gradually decrease the application frequency.
Answered: Mon, 3 Jun 2013
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