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Like the real thing, this printed skin consists of an external layer, the epidermis, and the thicker, deeper layer, the dermis.
Cortisol can hinder the skin’s elasticity and water retention, thus dehydrating your dermis.
Science tells us that melanin-containing cells trapped in the deeper dermis during embryonic development cause our strange coloring.
UVB rays can also lead to skin cancer and skin aging but UVB rays do not go as deeply into the dermis of skin like UVA rays, so the damage is a bit less than UVA.
Blue light can reach deeper to the second layer, the dermis, where most of the skin’s T cells are located.
To compensate, tattoo artists must inject the ink deeper than the customary two levels of the dermis.
Once this vital tissue is penetrated, the fruit acids can work on the next layer which is the water-soluble dermis.
A technician uses a needle to insert pigments into the dermis layer of the skin to change the skin’s appearance.
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First Known Use: circa 1830See Words from the same year
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