Okay, so details: On my left foot my skin has been peeling. It started with maybe 2 spots about 2mm to 4mm diametre, the skin layer of the spot would harden (crust over maybe??) and it was possible to peel off (the crusty thing). HOwever the skin around the spot would also peel away, and on the outskirts of where the skin peeled away, another spot would start to form. And so the process continues.
There is no itchiness or pain. There are never more than maybe 5 spots. This started on the bottom of my foot and has moved around to just being seen on the left side skin. Where the skin has been peeled away/spots have formed - no new spots have reappeared there. It doesn't seem to be contagious as it has only appeared on my left foot. I have tried a cream to resolve Tinea, and nothing happened.
Any clues to what this is??
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Is it sensitive skin or something else?