“At 35 years of age, both of my hands developed scaly, dry areas, mostly on the palm side of the hands and fingers, especially the fingertips. After suffering with persistent itching and bleeding, I visited a doctor about it. The doctor believes that there is something that I’m touching with my hands to which I have developed an allergy. He prescribed “Diprolene”, but was careful to give me a number of dire warnings about how this was very strong medicine, not meant for prolonged use.
The Diprolene did handle the problem, but even if my hands appeared to be completely healed, as soon as I stopped using “Diprolene”, the symptoms would quickly return. This was no long-term solution, so I began trying an assortment of different skin care products from pharmacies, Avon, health food stores, taking vitamin E, etc.
I even tried wearing gloves most of the day to avoid touching anything with the skin of my hands. I’m sure you can imagine how ridiculous I felt walking around with gloves on in the San Antonio summer, plus -it did nothing whatsoever to help the situation. In a nutshell, some of these things made the problem more bearable, but nothing was really helping to heal the problem.
I saw “Gloves In A Bottle” at a Walgreen’s pharmacy in San Antonio, Texas. I bought some and tried it. At first, I really didn’t think that it was doing very much. This product isn’t a moisturizer, like everything else that I tried to use, so it didn’t feel like it was doing anything.
However, the affected skin on my fingers and palms seemed to be slowly improving as long as I was faithful in using this product. I reached a point at which the large scaly patches basically disappeared and my fingers no longer cracked and bled in a few weeks. A few more weeks, and the dry itchy skin on my hands appeared to be nearly perfect again.