I have recently had trouble from a tiny pinhead spot of 'blister' eczema (which I think has a name and is fiendishly itchy) on sole of right foot which appeared out of nowhere and spread to about the size of a 5p piece. I treated it with eumovate which dried up the blisters but also dried out the top layer of skin, exposing a fairly raw lower layer. I have found the most effective treatment for this is germolene. I used it as I was concerned about the raw skin becoming infected and eumovate seemed too strong. Does anyone else have a better way of dealing with the 'blister' type? Years ago the palms of my hands were affected by it and they cleared up when I stopped using Persil Bio washing powder.
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