Get to know the three basic layers of the skin When we talk about cosmetics it is like learning the alphabet if you start to study a new language. It will help you understand many things and to know where the problem starts or up to where it becomes a product.
The skin is an organ, such as the heart or liver. It is the largest organ of our body in terms of extension: covers the entire body. They are its three basic layers: Epidermis, Dermis and hypodermis. In cosmetics we actually simplify it in two: epidermis and dermis, first layer and deep layer.
Separate them the basal layer, that squiggly red line which differs in the upper room the dark pink part of the pink cake. What happens to one side and another that selective border line affects the condition of the skin and visible quality.
In this kind of internal diagram You can get an idea of where are the glanduras of sebum and sweat, the fibers of collagen and elastin, far reaches the hair, etc..
When you read in cases of moisturizing products “hydration of the superficial layers of the skin” means that hydration is the outer limit of the epidermis. On the other hand, when you use deep action-cosmetic, look at the difference in distance that become assets: to the dermis.
In coming posts, I will use this histological picture to explain interesting things on the skin: far the serum, why have dark spots on the skin due to Sun or What is the stratum corneum. Do you fancy?.
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