dermis

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a: dermis ~
b: smoke detector

What:

"The dermis is like your body's own smoke detector. Pain felt in the dermis is a signal to the rest of the body to remove itself from whatever stimulus is causing so much hurt and discomfort."


Useful?
Writer: Rachel Oswald
LCC:
Where:
Date: Aug 20 2015 3:27 PM



a: Dermis ~
b: box springs under your mattress

What:

"Imagine that your Dermis is like the box springs under your mattress. Retin A actually creates a firmer base of support for the rest of your skin, helping it to look as healthy as it can a nice, firm box spring!"


Useful?
Writer: Not Stated
LCC:
Where:
Date: Aug 20 2015 3:30 PM



a: Dermis ~
b: undercarpet

What:

"The dermis is like a thick undercarpet below the skin surface and contains many supportive structures such as sweat glands, blood vessels, hair follicles, and oil glands "


Useful?
Writer: Not Stated
LCC:
Where:
Date: Aug 20 2015 3:32 PM



a: Dermis ~
b: huge sterile water tight wrapping

What:

"The dermis is like a huge sterile water tight wrapping and prevents infection from getting in."


Useful?
Writer: The Ghost of Eartha
LCC:
Where:
Date: Aug 20 2015 3:34 PM



a: epidermis ~
b: conveyor belt

What:

"Your epidermis is like a conveyor belt of continually growing cells. "


Useful?
Writer: anthrocide
LCC:
Where: Reference Link Has Evaporated
Date: Jul 24 2015 3:40 PM



a: Epidermis ~
b: army of the skin

What:

" The Epidermis is like the army of the skin which defends the boundaries of the human body."


Useful?
Writer: Rajan Choudhary
LCC:
Where:
Date: Jul 24 2015 3:43 PM



a: epidermis ~
b: skin

What:

"The epidermis is like the skin on a leaf."


Useful?
Writer: Not Stated
LCC:
Where:
Date: Jul 24 2015 3:44 PM



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