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GLOSSARY : Sensitive and intolerant skin

Your face

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Basal layer

The epidermis, on the surface of the skin, is made of several layers. The deepest of these layers is called the basal layer. During the cell renewal process, the skin cells known as keratinocytes are renewed in the basal layer and then make their way up to the corneal layer.

This word also belongs to the categories Extremely dry, irritated and atopic skin, For sensitive or sun allergy-prone skin, Dry and uncomfortable skin, Oily skin with imperfections.

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