Welcome to the site, you've come to a great place. Have you consulted a dermatalogist recently? I don't know of anything over the counter that will help, speaking from personal experience. My dermatalogist prescribed Elidel, which according to my GP is very unconventional as it is used for liver transplant patients. I use the cream very sparingly for two weeks then layoff for two weeks. It has definitely helped me. Like I said, this is not a conventional medicine, so I'm not sure how responsive your doc would be prescribing it, but a trip to see what is available for you might be a good idea.
Apparently my skin was extremely inflammed is why my doc went this route, it was burning and stinging really bad too, which it normally does not.
Hope you get some relief, if not look at it the bright side, at least we fight in more so in this cold weather right? LOL, everyone walking around and comes in from outside has a red nose and cheeks for a few minutes.
Lupus - 1997 Fibro - 2001 Sjorens - 2007 Raynauds - 2008
Plaquenil, Imuran, Prednisone, Synthroid, Topomax, Effexor, Norco, Prilsec, Xanex, Elidel, Restasis