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Dermatology question about the peeling skin on my foot?

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Peeling foot: Peeling skin on the feet can be caused by: fungal infections, eczema, psoriasis, drug reactions, keratoderma, allergic reactions, and certain genetic diseases. I recommend you visit your local dermatologist to find the cause of your peeling feet.

Answered 9/28/2016

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Info: More information is needed. Such as where the peeling is located, how long has it been going on, is the skin raw or red underneath.

Answered 4/3/2013

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Many causes : You should see your dermatologist for treatment and evaluation. There are many diseases that may cause peeling of your feet.

Answered 10/8/2020

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Fungus/dermatitis: Fungus, allergic reaction, dermatitis. See podiatrist or dermatologist.

Answered 4/3/2013

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Dr. Joshua Fox answered

Specializes in Dermatology

Why the peeeling: Many conditions can cause peeling of the skin from fungus to psoriasis. Viruses, dyshidrosis, and dry skin can also all cause peeling of the skin. A fungal cultore or microscopic test may be helpful.

Answered 10/8/2020

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