In this research paper we will be talking about the skin. It will cover the skin’s structure, various disorders and ailments of the skin and some of the problems people have with their skin.
The skin has three layers. They are called the epidermis, dermis, and subcutaneous tissue. The epidermis is the first layer of skin and is approximately as thick as a piece of paper; it also covers most of the body. The dermis is the second layer of skin and is approximately 15-45 times as thick as the epidermis, depending on the individual. The subcutaneous tissue is the third layers and varies in thickness, also depending on the individual.
The skin’s color depends on the amount of brown pigment melanin that is made in your skin. Melanin is formed by the melanocytes in the epidermis. Most people have about the same amount of malnocytes but the amount of melanin formed depends
Sebum together with other natural oils known as lipids, and natural moisturizing factors are known as the hydro-released system. In healthy skin the sebaceous glands release an oily substance called sebum, which keeps the skin moist, supple and waterproof. Whilst some people have inherited a pre-disposition for dry skin. Third-degree burns burn all three layers, turn the skin black and need surgery to remove the scar. Moles are groups of pigment cells that form a flat or raised, brown or black spot on the skin. Bacteria, fungi, parasites and viruses cause infections. Dry skin becomes particularly prevalent, as we get older, as our bodies don"tmt produce moisture so effectively. Viruses cause skin disorders such as cold sores and shingles. Atrophic Eczema is a skin disorder where that mostly children get. Quite possibly skin"tms biggest problem is tumors. Warts are caused by a virus and can appear anywhere on the skin. Some disorders of the skin are called inflammation, bacteria, fungi, viruses and infections. Eczema is a skin disorder where the skin may get crusty and ooze fluid.