If You See These Painful Red Bumps, You Might Have This Skin Condition

Do you know someone who suffers from itchy hands and feet?

Often these itches cause small bubbles to appear, which then rupture and peel, forming scabs.

These blisters are known as eczema, which is a chronic inflammatory dermatitis, known as dyshidrosis.

Dyshidrosis appears on the palm of your hands, the sides of your fingers, and sometimes on the soles of your feet.

This disorder usually occurs every few months or years, and may take weeks to disappear on its own.

It is worth noting that dyshidrotic eczema has a tendency to
If you think you might have this disease, then you’re probably wondering:

How can I treat dyshidrosis?

Up until now there has been no treatment that can totally cure this disease, but in most cases, the doctor will prescribe a creams with corticosteroids, an ointment, or phototherapy sessions to help lessen the injury.

If you prefer natural alternatives, then you can use marigold.

Marigold contains healing and soothing properties that will help relieve itching and blistering.

Here’s what you’ll need:

2 tablespoons of marigold flowers;
200 mL (7oz) of boiling water.

And here’s what you do:

Place the marigold flowers in a pan with the boiling water and let it steep for 10 minutes.

Then strain the infusion and soak some clean compresses into the mixture.

Then apply them to the affected area for 5 to 10 minutes.

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