2. What Are the Signs of Pompholyx?

As previously mentioned, blisters that form on the palms of your hands, sides of your fingers, and soles of your feet are the characteristic signs of pompholyx. Sometimes new blisters begin to develop before the existing blisters have completely healed. While the condition can occur at any age, it is most commonly seen in individuals 40 years and younger.

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