I've had a dry patchy area on my knee for a few years. I've tried anti-fungal cremes, hydrocortizone, stuff like that, but it never goes away. It looks like treated leather, or a desert, and the raised area's can come off when scratched. It is often red, or pink in color, and doesn't seem to bleed much. If it is scratched deep enough, blood can be seen, but never runs or anything. I was wondering if anyone might know what this specifically is, and have any idea's of what I can do? I am very self-conscious about it, and have become fed up with it.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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Is it sensitive skin or something else?