Learn More About Your Skin: Diagram of Skin Layers

Learn Which Part of the Skin Protects You From Injury

The skin is the body's largest organ, and arguably the most complex. Learn about skin anatomy, including the layers of skin, its functions and more.

Epidermis Anatomy: Stratum Basale

An Up-Close Look at the Anatomy of the Epidermis

Epidermis Anatomy: Epidermis Anatomy - Keratinocyte Maturation

An Up-Close Look at the Anatomy of the Epidermis

Anatomy of the Epidermis: Epidermis Anatomy - Keratinocyte Maturation

Epidermis Anatomy: Stratum Corneum

An Up-Close Look at the Anatomy of the Epidermis

The outermost layer of the skin (epidermis) is part of a complex system that creates our skin tone and provides protections against toxins and infection.

Epidermis Anatomy: Stratum Lucidum

An Up-Close Look at the Anatomy of the Epidermis

Get A First-Hand Look at the Anatomy of Your Epidermis: Stratum Lucidum

Epidermis Anatomy: Stratum Spinosum

An Up-Close Look at the Anatomy of the Epidermis

Epidermis Anatomy: Stratum SpinosumCells that move into the spinosum layer (also called prickle cell layer) change from being columnar to polygonal. In this layer the cells start to synthesize keratin.

Epidermis Anatomy: Stratum Corneum - Close-Up

An Up-Close Look at the Anatomy of the Epidermis

A Up-close Look at the Anatomy of he Epidermis

Epidermis Anatomy: Stratum Granulosum

An Up-Close Look at the Anatomy of the Epidermis

Anatomy of the Epidermis: Stratum Granulosum


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