Having posted about my warts, I decided to take some more pictures for a status update. As mentioned in my previous post, I've been wearing blue surgical gloves in an attempt to stop my hands from drying out and scratching. It actually works pretty well, though I am a bit weary of giving myself some kind of bacterial or fungal infection. I'm going to look at getting some more breathable gloves, preferably ones that don't make it look like I'm about to conduct a body cavity search.
These pictures were taken after a session on a rowing machine. It's pretty exhausting, and makes my skin sting somewhat, but I'm going to see if it makes any difference to my condition. I've found that it actually causes any dry skin to soften and rub off in the shower, so exercise may prove to be a more effective and less time-consuming alternative to baths.
Slightly better photos of my hands this time; you can more clearly see the thick skin which has developed over time. I would say they feel better than last time, mainly due to the gloves, though the skin between my thumbs and forefingers is dry and cracked.
These photos of my arms better demonstrate their condition. Not quite a full "red sleeve" (though the right arm looks more like it, mainly due to my red wrist), but somewhat irritated.
Overall, not too much change, but then what did I expect just two weeks later? Still waiting for a significant change in my condition.