The skin is the largest organ of the body

The skin is the largest organ of the body, with a total area if about 20 square feet. The skin protect us from the microbes and the elements which helps regulate body temperature and also permits the sensation of touch, cold and heat. Beautiful healthy skin is determined by the healthy structure and proper function of components within the skin. To maintain the healthy skin and slow the rate in which it ages, the functions and the structure if the skin must be supplemented and also really take care of our skin. It is also very important to have the basic knowledge of basic anatomy and composition of skin.
There are three major components of the skin known as Epidermis; Dermis and hypodermis.
Epidermis- Epidermis is outer layer of skin that creates the skin colours which also produces the pigment melanin. Melanocytes are also located in the epidermis. This layer of skin will wear away and replace itself.
Dermis- Dermis which is located between the hypodermis and the epidermis is a fibrous network of tissue which provides structure and flexibility to the skin. The dermal thickness varies between the averages of 2mm thickness. The most common structural component within the Dermis is the protein collagen which forms in a mesh-like framework which gives strength and flexibility to the skin.
Hypodermis- Hypodermis is the outermost layer of the skin which provides a waterproof barrier and creates our skin tone. The hypodermis is called the deepest section of the skin which refers to the fat tissue below dermis, which insulate the body from the cold temperature and also helps body from shock absorption. They also store nutrients and energy. It is also thickest in palms of the hand and so of the feet. The more we start getting older the hypodermis begins to weaken contributing to thinning of aging skin.