Chemistry of skin: Desquamation

When your skin cells reach the top layer of the stratum corneum, they will sit there for about 14 days before sloughing off. This process is called desquamation or exfoliation. Interestingly enough, there is so much scientists don’t know about this process. Scientists know there are enzymes that will break the bonds between the corneocytes,…

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