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Dry Eyelids

I have just been diagnosed with psoriasis.  It is affecting my hands and feet.  I have lost a few of my fingernails and a couple toenails, which is disgusting.  My dermatologist has given me some cream (Dovonex) which I am to use twice daily.
I also have very dry eyelids (both corners and complete eyelids are red and puffy) and they have a tendency to be itchy.  Is that associated with the psoriasis or something different?  I have been putting vaseline on them at night but it doesn't seem to help.
Any recommendations.  
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Hi,

It is true that psoriasis is associated with dry and itchy skin. However, you must check and find out from your dermatologist if this is a lesion of psoriasis or not. It is difficult to say that for sure from what you said.

Let us know what your doctor says and keep us posted.

Best regards
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