Saturday, June 28, 2008

What Heals The Skin

The dermis is a layer of connective tissue with strenght and elasticity from two main structural porteins, collagen and elastin and a rich network of blood vessels and lymph channels. Between dermis and epidermis is a barrier layer called the basement membrane, which prevent most commercial anti-wrinkle and anti-cellulite remedies from penetrating to a level where there might have an effects.

Hair follicles and sweat glands begin in the dermis and end on the surface. They are made up of epidermal cells which exend down into the dermis. This is important for techniques of skin surfacing because with healing, the epidermis must cover the surface involve in removing the surfac of epidermis plus the underlying dermis. The new suirface has to grow out from the hair follicles and sweat glands, and spread out to cover the surface once again.

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