Instead, a huge amount of bubbles of clear liquid appear underneath the skin of fingers, palms of the hand, and
soles of <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>feet</span>
. They are sometimes itchy and
painful. The liquid eventually drains from the blisters back into the body, and the skin flakes off leaving a tender area of clear skin painful to touch.
The cause of dishydrosis is hard to pinpoint. Other not so common
causes are chickenpox, herpes simplex or impetigo.
It could be due to allergy. So you could take an anti-histamine for it.