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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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Synonyms for skin

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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The net result of the loss of collagen and its substitution by a degenerate elastotic substance in photodamaged skin is to markedly alter the physical properties and mechanical function of this part of the skin.
Photodamaged skin looks old (Figure 6) and if one wants to avoid the aged and weather-beaten look there is no doubt that avoiding sun exposure is very helpful.
Dermatologists improve the appearance of photodamaged skin via laser resurfacing.
A second set of 34 patients had only photodamaged skin. This group included 27 women and 7 men, with an average age of 49.2 years.
As melatonin output decreases with age, (7) many people become more vulnerable to sleep disturbances that fail to adequately repair aging and photodamaged skin.
The investigators concluded that photodamaged skin may benefit from the use of novel topically applied products containing low-molecular-weight HS.
In the 1990s, an increasing weight of evidence emerged to show that topically applied retinoids improve the appearance of photodamaged skin. At first, there was considerable resistance to the idea that one could significantly alter the degree of clinical photodamage with a few months of treatment with topical tretinoin.
(6.) Greenway HT and Pratt S, Skin tissue levels of carotenoids, vitamin A, and antioxidants in photodamaged skin. La Jolla, CA: Mohs Surgery Unit, Division of Dermatology and Cutaneous Surgery, Scripps Clinic, 1999.
The topical 5-fluorouracil (5-FU) then treats the entire surrounding area of photodamaged skin at risk for emergence of squamous cell carcinoma, including any residual subclinical AKs, he explained.
To test the age-reducing effects of topical application of 1.0% retinyl palmitate, scientists conducted a clinical study on 67 female volunteers with photodamaged skin. Participants were randomly assigned to receive a topical formula containing retinyl palmitate (with vitamin E and moisturizers) or no treatment.