Skin Regeneration and Time?


The skin is the largest organ in the human body. Skin cells have the remarkable ability to regenerate itself. Skin regeneration occurs when the dermis layer, deep layer, of skin rises to the epidermis layer, surface layer, of the skin to shed dead skin cells and renew the surface of the skin. The time it takes skin cells to regenerate is constant. However, even though skin cells are replaced every minute, it takes about two to three weeks time for the regenerated skin cells to reach the epidermis.
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