A person’s skin is practically ”renewed” every month. In this process dead skin cells are replaced with new ones. Usually it is impossible to see the detached cells with the naked eye. However, if the growing cells form too quickly, the upper cells are unable to break apart from each other and stick together. If …

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Hair Loss

Everybody loses hair on a daily basis. The reason is neither alarming nor threatening, but rather a natural “top-end” renewal process. The following occurs: the life expectancy of each individual hair is between four and six years. After that they die and fall out. As long as the hair follicle is intact a new hair …

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How Is Baby’s Skin Different From Ours?

Thicker skin layers Slower rate of transepidermal water loss (TEWL) Retains moisture longer Thinner skin layers Faster rate of transepidermal water loss (TEWL) Dries out easily Baby’s skin is different as the cells undergo a transition from an aqueous (wet) environment in a mother’s womb to a dry environment. Baby’s skin continues to develop and …

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