Once a year during the Florida winter, my boyfriends hands will start to peel. Only the peeling is many leayers thick and looks like chunks of flesh falling off the palms of his hands and the underside of his fingers. It is only on the palm side of his hands and no where else and only lasts for about a month. He says he first noticed this at around age 18 or 19; he is now 27 and has had it every single year. What is this and how do we cure it? Additionally, he doesn't do anything differently or touch any sort of different chemicals during this time. Please help. Thank you.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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