There are a number of possibilities. This could be contact dermatitis from a chemical you are handling, it could be dyshydrotic eczema (otherwise known as pompholyx eczema), palmar psoriasis or even desquamation (skin peeling off) following a recent illness or sudden hormonal change. If your GP isn't sure of the cause you might need to consult a Dermatologist (face-to-face).
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