The most common cause of itchy palms is contact dermatitis. Exposure of irritant to the skin cause inflammation and edema. Treatment involves identifying the irritant (eg. a new soap, wash, creams or gloves), washing the are with water and applying a corticosteroid cream to reduce the inflammation. The itching will subside in 1-2 weeks and no further treatment is required.
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