It has always flared back up.'I love my job as a hairdresser but it left my hands in agony.I am still a junior so the majority of my job involves washing hair.'Every time I came home from work I'd have to smother my hands in steroid cream and wear gloves to help it absorb quicker.Nicole said: 'I have suffered with eczema for as long as I can remember.I have been going to appointments with doctors and dermatologists since I was a child and I have tried everything.'I've used steroid creams and emollients but I have never been able to get rid of the eczema.Daryll Rowe is accused of giving four men the virus, and of attempting to infect a further six between October 2015 and December 2016.After contacting them on the app they would have sex, but in each case he either refused to wear a condom during sex or 'sabotaged' it shortly before intercourse took place.The treatment helps ensure HIV cannot damage the immune system and should mean the likelihood of transmitting the disease is extremely low.Shortly after his diagnosis Rowe, who had also been infected during a casual hook-up, moved to Brighton, East Sussex.
'She said I couldn't keep putting my hands in water and hair products because of my eczema.Miss Carberry said: 'Daryll Rowe embarked on a cynical and deliberate campaign to infect other men with HIV, having high risk sexual intercourse knowing he was highly infectious.'Unfortunately for many of the men he met his campaign was successful.Eczema causes the skin to become itchy, dry, cracked, sore and red.Some people only have small patches of dry skin, but others may experience widespread red, inflamed skin all over the body.
I was in so much pain but I didn't want it to get in the way of my job.