How can I get rid of peeling penis skin from eczema naturally?

Here are some ... How to "heal" unwanted skin disorders? We have to identify possible precipitating factors, in your case, such as long tight foreskin/ its poor hygiene/ overheating/ moisture/ yeast infection/ inflammation of unclear cause, etc.; then modify or rid the precipitating reasons like circumcision, cleaning & drying, using antibiotic cream, etc. ... If unidentifiable, use nonspecific drugs like steroid..

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How do I get rid of peeling dry skin around eyes. I have had it for over 4 months. It is lwoke eczema?

Moisturize. Use a bland moisturizer such as petroleum jelly twice a day on the skin surfaces, and avoid any other products, make up etc, for at least a week. If not improved, see a dermatologist. Read more...
Allergic eczema . Patients with allergies can develop scaly, red and itchy skin around the eyes and on the eyelids from allergies. This skin condition is called allergic dermatitis or allergic eczema. Check your soap and shampoo and switch. You can use a hypoallergenic cream/lotion: cetaphil or lubriderm and consider contacting your medical doctor about taking allergy pills-such as Claritin (loratadine) or allegra. Read more...

During this summer, 2 days ago. I got eczema. My skin is dry & peeling. & I have brown spots on my face. How do I get rid of it...please help.

Who said Eczema. Make sure you have a dermatologist diagnose you. Brown spots on face can be sun damage or melasma to name a few. Dry peeling skin may be contact dermatitis, and not necessarily eczema. Sun damage can cause dry peeling skin. Get a good moisturizing sunscreen and a see a dermatologist. Read more...

I've been tested for gonorrhea, herpes and HIV and the results came back negative. I'm wondering how would I get rid of peeling skin on my penis?

See urologist. Peeling skin is not associated with the conditions you have mentioned. Consult an urologist . Read more...
Not an STD. Welcome to HealthTap. Thanks for your question. None of these STDs (nor any other) cause "peeling skin". Even if one of your STD tests had been positive, it would not explain this symptom. Any number of non-STD skin conditions could be possible. See a clinic or doctor for professional evaluation. Stay relaxed in the meantime; probably it isn't serious. Read more...