The skin has two primary layers: the epidermis (outer) and the dermis (inner). The epidermis has two important sublayers the stratum germi nativum and the stratum corneum. The epidermis is made up of cells called keratinocytes; these cells make up the epithelial tissue.

It is in the epidermis layer where blisters and calluses can form. Blisters occur when friction such as what might develop between the skin and the inside of a shoe-causes layers to separate within the epidermis or between the epidermis and the dermis.

As these layers separate, tissue fluid may build up, leading to a blister. While blisters often result because of fric tion, calluses result from pressure. When exposed to increased amount of pressure, mitosis will occur at a rapid rate, causing the epidermis to thicken.



  1. πŸ’œ I Let Mother Nature Take HER!!! Course EveryOne; no longer do I Go To Doctors for anything other than Being Counsellor


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      1. πŸ’œ Correct SupaSouBro; did YOU!!! Know that Doctors used Leeches to Bleed ‘Bad Blood’, Drilled Holes in Heads to ‘Release Vapours’, Carried Out Frontal Lobotomies (The Craziest Folk ARE Mental Health ‘Experts’ because of The Company They Treat) and There ARE No Cures, just TREATMENTS!!! some of which KILL!!! like Cancer Chemo and RadioTherapy because THERE IS NO CURE!!! just a Prolonged Miserable 3DLife taking DEBILITATING TREATMENT!!! that Earn Doctors a Lot of Money while Patients Languish, Losing Hair when They Prefer to Die (EUTHANASIA!!! Needs To Be Legalised)…it’s thankful that wild animals have no Vets; because they seem to get on just fine without Medical Intervention, what is wrong with Us (Particularly Pharmaceuticals and Other Medical Practitioners) EveryOne πŸ˜’πŸ™„πŸ€” ?


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