I have had the exact same problem for several months now- I too have eczema but this seems to be seperate; it's like an allergic reaction. It started on my hands and feet and arms and legs and has now spread to my stomach and back. I don't use Bounce, I use Downy mostly, and it doesn't matter what soap I wash with, it remains the same. My itching is all day, but is significantly worse at night, and when I scratch I get red bumps like mosquito and ant bites. It gets so uncomfortably itchy that I wake up often. Avene dermo cleansing milk has given me temporary relief but with some stinging (I assume from the wounds I give myself by scratching in my sleep), but the itching comes back after a few hours. Hydrocortizone cream doesn't help. However, what is interesting is that my grandma, who I live in the same house as, got the same thing for a few days, only on her forearm/elbow area. She used hydrocortizone and it went away, but it doesn't work for me. Hopefully someone finds a solution to this because it is the worst itching ever!View Thread
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