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How can you get eczema on your hands and feet?

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Your hands and feet are prime targets for eczema triggers like dry winter air or hot summer days. Flare-ups on your fingers and toes can be itchy and painful. So give these parts of you a little extra care.

SOURCES:

Sejal Shah, MD, dermatologist, Schweiger Dermatology, New York City.

Robert Anolik, MD, dermatologist, Laser & Skin Surgery Center, New York City, and medical director for Beauty Bar.

EczemaNet: “Daily Skin Care Essential to Control Atopic Dermatitis.”

Reviewed by Stephanie S. Gardner on April 14, 2018

SOURCES:

Sejal Shah, MD, dermatologist, Schweiger Dermatology, New York City.

Robert Anolik, MD, dermatologist, Laser & Skin Surgery Center, New York City, and medical director for Beauty Bar.

EczemaNet: “Daily Skin Care Essential to Control Atopic Dermatitis.”

Reviewed by Stephanie S. Gardner on April 14, 2018

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