Certain foods, cosmetics, detergents, cleaners and industrial chemicals can cause itchy skin on contact, states WebMD. Perfumes, latex rubber, nickel metal and plant allergens, such as chrysanthemums and primroses, may c... More »

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Food allergies potentially causing itchy skin include allergies to wheat, eggs, tree nuts, peanuts, fish, shellfish, wheat and soy, as noted by WebMD. In children and adults, skin reactions to food allergens range from u... More »

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If the cause of the itching is simply dry skin, this can be remedied by switching from dry foods to moist foods and adding some probiotics to the dog's meals. If allergies are the cause of the itching, fish oils and anti... More »

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A rash on top of the foot can develop due to a variety of factors that include contact with harsh chemicals, such as laundry detergents; skin conditions, such as eczema; poison ivy; and insect stings, explains HealthGrad... More »

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To cure itchy skin, take certain medications, undergo phototherapy, avoid stress, apply a cold compression and avoid scratching the skin, explains Mayo Clinic. Wear soft, cotton clothing to prevent irritation. If itching... More »

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To treat an itchy, allergic skin reaction, avoid contact with the trigger, use a cold compress, soak the skin, use anti-itch cream and wear loose clothing, advises WebMD. Skin allergies normally resolve on their own with... More »

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Burning and itchy skin with no rash can have a variety of causes including dry skin, internal diseases and nerve disorders, according to Mayo Clinic. Treating the condition involves diagnosis and using various itch-relie... More »

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