Burning and itching skin can be relieved with topical ointments, moisturizers and salicylic acid, states Healthline. Sometimes skin can be relieved if an individual eats food containing essential fatty acids because this... More »

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Conditions that cause burning or itching skin include contact dermatitis, lice, a skin abscess or phlebitis, according to WebMD. Burning or itching skin can also be the result of an allergic reaction, eczema, actinic ker... More »

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Morgellons is the condition where a person may feel crawling and itching skin, according to WebMD. Some doctors believe that this is a physical condition, but others believe that it is a mental condition, and the feeling... More »

Doctors recommend lotions that contain vitamin A and over-the-counter unscented moisturizers to manage symptoms of ichthyosis, and solutions with urea, lactic or salicylic acid for ichthyosis that causes scaling, accordi... More »

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Treatment for psoriasis on the fingers and hands starts with over-the-counter creams and ointments containing coal tar, salicylic acid or corticosteroids, according to WebMD. If these treatments are unsuccessful, a docto... More »

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Some treatments for skin dermatitis include using topical ointments and shampoos containing tar and salicylic acid, medications, moisturizing lotion and support stockings, explains WebMD. The treatment depends on the typ... More »

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Home remedies for acne include proper skin care such as washing the affected area one or two times a day and using oil-free moisturizers to prevent the skin from drying out. Squeezing the pimples should also be avoided, ... More »

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