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  2. Gah, I hate having sensitive skin, Tandy, although I have not had issues like yours. A wonderful article. Many thanks for sharing your experience.
    Lizzy (Good Things) sharing the blog ♥ Apple and bacon potato mash – heaven and earth (himmel und erde)My Profile

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    • Thank you for taking the time to read it Liz xxx

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  3. Sorry to hear you are going through this… I think it is probably do to you washing dishes and doing all that manual labor so maybe you could just turf all those jobs to your hubby… LOL Well it was worth a shot and you even read it so you know it was logical. Seriously speaking, do you wash your dishes by hand. Do you wear rubber gloves? If you do, make sure you wear the inner cotton gloves inside. Maybe you are having a latex allergy response from the gloves. As a nurse with years of wearing latex gloves and with the powder inside I now have built up a sensitivity to latex… so it can happen.

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    • ha ha – the hubby I think is allergic to dishes! It is amazing how we build up allergies to certain things. Thankfully I no longer seem to have an issue, but thank you for your care xx

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  4. A great post,…Thank you for sharing!

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    • thanks for reading 🙂

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  5. Wow, this is so interesting…I am glad that you found the reason of the skin problem…I believe that people react to stress in different way…as for me until now my face breaks up…and I though that this was only for teenagers…
    Have a great week Tandy 🙂
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    • Stress can affect you in so many ways – the visible ones I think are easier to deal with 🙂

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  6. It’s amazing to me how quickly our skin reacts to stress. Mine is the same. So glad you were able to find out what works well for you. 🙂
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    • Hope you don’t have much stress any more Krista 🙂

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  7. Tandy – I might as well have been reading my own story. When I was young, I has very bad eczema but thankfully grew out of it. None the less, my skin is sensitive and reacts badly to bites and yes, stress. Last year I had a problem with my wedding ring and the skin underneath and also thought it was just not dried properly. Eventually it settled down when I went on holidays. As soon as I returned to work, it flared up again and I now wear my wedding ring on my left hand and my engagement ring on my right. The wedding ring by itself doesn’t seem to bother the skin. I also has a large flare up on the back of my right hand which also nearly disappeared whilst on holidays. The other day I was nearly knocked over by a car and within minutes the skin went completely dry, red and itchy and is in bad shape at present. So, yes, stress is a trigger for me too. Thanks for your tips – always good to get an insight into what people do and use.

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    • Thank you for sharing Fiona. I find the homoeopathic stress tablets are a life saver, and rescue pastilles which I take for incidents such as you had when nearly getting knocked over xox

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