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peel

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by the skin of your teeth

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  • narrowly
  • only just
  • by a whisker
  • by a narrow margin
  • by a hair's-breadth

get under your skin

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the tissue forming the external covering of the body

a thin outer covering of an object

the outer covering of a fruit

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to remove the skin of

to furnish with a covering of a different material

to exploit (another) by charging too much for something

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an outer surface (usually thin)

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body covering of a living animal

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a person's skin regarded as their life

a bag serving as a container for liquids

climb awkwardly, as if by scrambling

bruise, cut, or injure the skin or the surface of

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remove the bark of a tree

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strip the skin off

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We postulated that patients whose corneocytes fail to separate probably lack some substance that destroys the attachments that bind individual corneocytes to each other, thereby maintaining the integrity of the superficial keratin layer.
In the follow-up research, two years later, no significant difference was noted in high frequency conductance or capacitance in the youngest age group, although transepidermal water loss values tended to increase with a significant decrease in the size of corneocytes.
overproduction of corneocytes at the entrance of sebaceous follicle ducts
Topical retinoids reverse abnormal desquamation of follicular corneocytes, inhibit the microcomedones that are the precursor lesions in acne, clear mature comedones, and enhance skin penetration of other medications, most importantly topical antimicrobials.
But its key secret is the retention of large amounts of water inside specially adapted skin cells called foetal corneocytes.
Bathing or showering cleans the skin by mechanical removal of bacteria shed on corneocytes.
In human stratum corneum of the skin, protein-enriched corneocytes are embedded in a lipid-rich matrix that impedes egress of water and penetration of pathogenic microorganisms, allergens, and noxious chemicals.
Other targets are the projected size of the corneocytes or the thickness of the stratum corneum.
LHA offers precise, cell-by-cell exfoliation proven to exfoliate six times more the number of corneocytes than salicylic acid(2).
Furthermore, mild swelling of corneocytes was also observed in the studies, suggesting retention of fluids and thus providing an insight into the sustained drug-delivery mechanism of ethosomes.
The superficial skin layers contain water to keep the skin soft and pliable and lipids to prevent dehydration of the corneocytes.