dry skin on the hands

This may not be the exact look of your condition. Please confirm your diagnosis with your dermatologist.

Dry skin can affect anyone and is most often caused by environmental factors, including:
Harsh soap – These have a tendency to remove moisture from the skin
Bathing – Lengthy, hot showers or baths may contribute to dry skin
Itchy clothing – Irritates the skin, which may lead to scratching and dryness
Low humidity – Dry air can result in dry skin
Hot or cold weather – Extreme temperatures can wreak havoc on skin
Medications – Dry skin is a common side effect of diuretics and other medications

Treatment Options @ Pinnacle

Treatment for common cases of dry skin usually involves environmental adjustments, along with topical moisturizers. Treatment recommendations may include:
Shorter, cooler showers or baths
Smoother, non-irritating clothing
Moisturizing soap (non-antibacterial)
Room humidifier
Reduced alcohol consumption
Prescription creams: In some cases, prescription topical creams can be prescribed to improve the skin.