What could this not itchy or dry red mark be on palm right hand from pinkie to wrist, not going away looks like been nearly burnt in hot water?

Needs to be seen. Unfortunately skin issues need to be seen to be evaluated properly and diagnosed - literally a picture is worth 1, 000 words. Go see your family doc or a dermatologist.

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