- Hand eczema. Hand eczema is a common condition that affects around 10 percent of the U.S. population.
- Exfoliative keratolysis. Exfoliative keratolysis is a common skin condition that causes peeling.
- Allergic contact dermatitis.
- Kawasaki disease.
What does dermatitis look like on hands?
What does hand dermatitis look like? In hand dermatitis, the skin is inflamed, red and swollen, with a damaged dried-out or scaly surface which makes it look flaky. There may be cracked areas that bleed and ooze. Sometimes small water blisters can be seen on the palms or sides of the fingers.
How do you fix dermatitis on your hands?
Soak your hands in lukewarm water for 5-10 minutes and then pat them dry. Next, smear plain petroleum-based ointment all over your hands and put on cotton gloves. Glycerin-based ointments also help heal dry, cracked skin. Wear the gloves for at least 30 minutes.
What are the different types of skin diseases?
Stress-related skin problems include:
- seborrheic dermatitis.
What is the most dangerous skin disease?
Five potentially life-threatening disorders that have skin rash as the primary symptom are pemphigus vulgaris (PV), Stevens-Johnson syndrome (SJS), toxic epidermal necrolysis (TEN), toxic shock syndrome (TSS), and staphylococcal scalded skin syndrome (SSSS).