For the past couple of years the skin on my palm would start peeling. I would get in the shower and my palms would prune up so much they hurt and I couldn't move my hand well, and then later they would peel like crazy. Within the last few months they have started peeling more than just after a shower, and tonight I noticed the soles of my feet are doing the same. The weird thing is, my skin isn't dry. As a matter of fact I'm very well hydrated all over (weird sentence...) It's the reason I have very clear, soft skin and my hair is in great condition and I don't have to do anything to either one. But now it seems my palms are TOO moist and my skin is just disintegrating. If you have ANY idea of what to do PLEASE help me out.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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Is it sensitive skin or something else?