I have been peeling and itching on the bottom of my feet for almost two years now. Yes, I have been to the doctor about this. But nothing that my doctor has told me seems to help. In the past few months I have had these tiny little bumps appear on the bottom of my feet and between my toes they also have an annoying itch as well. I try not to scratch my feet, but the other day one of the bump was itching so bad that I scratched my foot to the point clear liquid came out were the bump once was. The peeling and the itching has also spread to between and on my toes. I now have a scar and the bottom of my foot from wear that bump once was. In these past few months the itching has gotten A LOT worse than before, it even wakes me out of my sleep. Also my feet are very dry and i do apply moisturizer (pure shea butter and cocoa butter)
My doctor told me to put my eczema cream (Fluticasone Propionate Cream, 0.05%) on the bottom of my feet but that doesn't work either. As of today I am applying athlete cream and power to my feet and toes to see if it will clear up because I have given up on my eczema cream; which I have been using for the months with on improvement.
I am a 18 year old female and I drink PLENTY of water daily. Please help! What is this skin condition? What can I use to get rid of this?
I too have the same symptoms, for over a year now. I am a 52 yr old male, active and in shape. It started as a patch on my left foot, and spread. Now I have it on both feet. My Dr prescribed clobatesol propionate cream. It helps relieve the itch, but it's not a cure.
Has anyone ever gotten any answers to this and found out what to do for it, since this question thread was posted a couple of years ago? I've had this problem on the bottom of my left foot for 4 yrs. The itching is driving me insane. I've gotten to the point where I scratch my foot until the skin rips off and I'm bleeding. It's like, I'd rather have the pain than the itching! In the last couple of months it has spread from just the ball of my left foot to the top of my big toe and to the left edge of my foot. I have tried every OTC food remedy cream I can but to no avail. Just wondering if any of you have found help for your problem and can share with me what to do if so.
try the lotion renew , i get eczema as well all over my body to the point to where sometimes i bleed. This bottle only sells on amazon or you can buy it one the website of melaleuca. It was recomended by my family member who sold the products , i just thought she was trying to get money out of me but it worked so well it was the only lotion I used. It is a little bit expensive but give it a shot it may work on your skin. I hope this helps everybody ! again the lotion is called Renew , if you're not sure about this product look up reviews :) it will always be cheaper from the website melaleuca.
ahh same thing!
I'm only 10 but I have a white/pink bump on my foot sole because I scratched it. Idk if its be hygiene on my feet or what. Bat EWW!!!! it looks creepy.. Jk not that bad like a. Inch.
batfrom experience putting an ice bag on the bump and in a couple minutes/hours it should help
If not see a dermitalogist
OMG I have the same problems on my left foot the itching is crazy you feel like scratching til you bleed you can't help it. I'm so glad I'm not ALONE I was beginning to think I was loosing my mind! I will try the lotion renew I'm praying that helps!!!
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