[Please don't bother commenting if your only addition is 'play less' or any variation of that, play time isn't the issue here and even if it were obviously I'm looking for a remedy that doesn't force me to forfeit playing if that's what I want to do.] So pretty straightforward, do any of you guys struggle with the tips of your thumbs getting sore/raw/sensitive to the touch screen to the point it's uncomfortable or straight up kinda painful to play? The past few days I've experienced quite a sharp spike in the discomfort of my thumbs even when I'm not really engaged in an extended session. My skin is naturally pretty dry, and it's winter here, so I'm not disregarding the impact there- but all things considered I'm inside 99% of the time at this current point in time. I'd simply put a bandaid or whatnot on it and move on, but obviously there's a unique challenge posed here with it being a touch screen. I never have really had this issue but with Skullgirls having alot of swipes involved rather than just taps, the friction while minuscule seems to have accumulated rather substantially and made it to where I've had to cut a few sessions short when I still had things I did particularly want to do but simply had to draw the line lest my fingers become so raw that I start bleeding. I'm pretty sure to an extent this is the case because I do various things around the house throughout the day, and at times handle rough objects and/or metal and wood among those things. The obvious solution I'm already going to try first is moisturizing my hands better- I'm trying baby oil as opposed to simply lotion although Idk whether it's particularly better or worse. Lately my fingertips seem to oftentimes stay perpetually cold-feeling even when the rest of my body feels fine as far as I can discern, and usually it's accompanied by tingling or a mix of numbness to pressure but sensitivity to surface level touch. I want to say it began prior to any possibility of overplay being a factor, as I had been finding it quite painful even just to grip things that were heavier or just not explicitly smooth. This all could easily be just a result of never keeping my hands moisturized (I hate the sensation of leaving an oily residue on everything I touch and ESPECIALLY the streaks on my screen) due to not enjoying the use of lotion and such. I have a few medical conditions that could be contributing too- but they produce such a wide host of potential symptoms pinning any one symptom to a condition is like playing Clue. I just wondered if anyone knew of some handy tricks/workarounds/etc., had similar issues, you get the gist. Moments like these make me wish I could play with an external peripheral like my XBONE controller I use for some of my pc games, or even a keyboard. Of course this would more than likely be an issue of being considered unfair advantage so obviously I'm not arguing that it's unfair that I can't or anything- it'd just be nice in a perfect world lol.