Palms and fingers shed skin after taking a shower
My hands do this every once in awhile for the longest, it sheds when I'm in the shower and it stays like that for about 15minutes then it sorta goes away but comes back once I shower again.. If it helps it also looks like when you been in the water for quite a long time, & it looks wrinkly...
I had the same problem before. I got better when I changed my soap. Try to use soap that are scent free- the hypoallergenic types. For me, I use the "Simple" brand. I hope this help your skin condition. Cheers!
you're staying too long in the shower, the water is too hot and your soap is too harsh. Your skin is sensitive and that's why it's shedding skin.
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