The hand is a common site for dermatitis. This area remains a diagnostically complex region due to the multifactorial nature of hand dermatitis, and both endogenous and exogenous factors play a role in this condition. The exact prevalence is difficult to determine because many cases may go unreported. With 20%-35% of all dermatitides involving the hands, it is estimated that 2%-10% of the general population is affected by hand dermatitis. The profession traditionally considered “high risk” for women is hairdressing and, for men, construction.