The skin is often known as “the largest organ in the human body”. This applies to exterior surface, as it covers the body, appearing to have the largest surface area of all the organs.
For the average adult human, the skin has a surface area of between 1.5-2.0 square metres, most of it is between 2-3 mm thick. The average square inch of skin holds 650 sweat glands, 20 blood vessels, 60,000 melanocytes, and more than a thousand nerve endings.
The skin on a person’s face is seen by people that person interacts with. For some people, therefore, facial skin care is of particular importance, and they often use cosmetics to deal with the appearance of the face and condition of the skin, such as those for pore control and black head cleansing.
Damaged skin will try to heal by forming scar tissue, often giving rise to discoloration and depigmentation of the skin.
In zootomy and dermatology, skin is an organ of the integumentary system composed of a layer of tissues that protect underlying muscles and organs. As the interface with the surroundings, it plays the most important role in protecting against pathogens. Its other main functions are insulation and temperature regulation, sensation and vitamin D and B synthesis.
Face Makeup Tips:
Makeup can do wonders on your face. With makeup you can accentuate your favourite feature and also camouflage your least favourite features.
Following are few ways to use makeup to make your least favorite features look great.
Begin by washing and drying the area surrounding the scar.
Use a fine concealer brush to apply your specialty cover-up to the scar and the area surrounding it.
Your cover-up should match your skin tone exactly, so there’s no obvious ring of color around the scar.
Set the cover-up with a setting powder made to go with it.
Then play up the feature that’s farthest away from your scar, so the eye is drawn to the color on your eyes or lips, not to the scar.