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Bumps on my itchy elbows don't go away! what do I do?
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Dr. John Ebner
Dermatology
In brief: Hyperkeratosis
When skin thickens on the elbows and knees it gets bumpy, rough and sometimes itch.
This is best treated with a skin exfoliating cream. There are over-the-counter creams with 12% ammonium lactate to start with. However, sometimes you may need a prescription cream to help those really stubborn spots.

In brief: Hyperkeratosis
When skin thickens on the elbows and knees it gets bumpy, rough and sometimes itch.
This is best treated with a skin exfoliating cream. There are over-the-counter creams with 12% ammonium lactate to start with. However, sometimes you may need a prescription cream to help those really stubborn spots.
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