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Skin itchy no rash or spots, itchy all over body head face what should I do its freaking me out.

See A DOCTOR. There are many causes for this. See a doctor who can obtain appropriate lab studies that may help in elucidating a cause. Read more...
Depends. Pruritis that don't nessarily have a rash may be due to generalized dry skin, mites, bugs, lice, liver disorders, medications, eczema. Try locating a possible cause and daily moisterization, avoiding hot showers/baths, and Claritin (loratadine) helps. Read more...

I am itchy all over my body, but there is no visible rash or lumps anywhere. I haven't changed my diet/anything I use so I have no clue of the cause.

Multiple causes. Atopic dermatitis is often called the "itch that rashes" because it starts with itching and then scratching may later cause a rash. However there are many other causes that need to be checked and I would recommend you see your local doctor and get labs done. Many liver problems can cause bodywide itching without a rash, for example. Read more...
Itchy. See your doctor for complete physical and blood count.Untilyou see the doctor you can bathe in oatmeal bath and take Benadryl (diphenhydramine) Read more...
Itching. Hi, you could have a dry skin or allergy to something. Read more...

Itchy all over my body for a week, but on and off and dosent bother me much when I sleep, really hot showers help, could it be scabies? No big rash.

Scabies is usually. On trunk only not on limbs. But you are describing itch without rash, which is peculiar. This could be medication reaction, allergy to foods or to environment. Itch could be first manifestation of diseases of the white blood cells, such as leukemia, so go get it checked out. Read more...

I have oily skin but have been itchy all over since a kid. No rashes &c, just itchy. Feels like I can feel each little skin hair moving. Why?

Retinoids? Retinoids may decrease the oiliness of your skin but you should first see a dermatologist to discuss this therapy as well as other causes for your symptoms which may not be related. Read more...