The skin as a sensory organ

The skin as a sensory organ

The skin functions as a protective barrier, allowing us to maintain homeostasis of the body. But, in addition, the skin functions as the first receptor of the outside world: in the epidermis and dermis we can find sensory receptors that inform us about the temperature...
Back to the routine, also for your skin

Back to the routine, also for your skin

Back to the routine, also for your skin During the summer our skin has been exposed to large doses of solar radiation. As we mentioned in the previous post (add link), this radiation has harmful effects beyond sunburn: ultraviolet A radiation favors the appearance of...