It appears that you are experiencing eczema that is not responding to your moisturiser regime.
These are a couple of steps you can try to improve your condition:
You can consider using a water-based one like Cetaphil as the base moisturiser, and then add on a protective oil-based moisturizer like paraffin. This is particularly important for cold, dry climates.
A very gently done exfoliation with a sponge can help remove the keratinised layer of skin, and improve the moisturising effect of the emollients. Don’t overdo it. Once a week is safe.
3. Wet wrap therapy
For the limbs and trunk, you can try Wet wrap therapy, which involves the use of soaked towels (with water) and placing it over the affected areas. Literature suggests that this reduces the need for steroids and frequency of eczema flares.
On a practical basis, do it every evening, even while watching TV for 15 – 20 minutes. Some of my patients have tried this with good relief.
Here’s hoping your eczema improves quickly!