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In this paper I am going to discuss many skin disorders that effect teenagers One of the disorders I myself had to face and that was eczema Since I was a child I had eczema It was not that severe or major but it made a difference to me since I was the different child within my peers I felt very bad and that was a cause for the lack of my confidence This topic was a great deal of interest to me since I had first hand experience In actuality this class in general I enjoy and it teaches me a lot about the topics which I wouldnt be as aware about in my day to day studies Acne is also a major problem which exists in many teenagers and it affects their daily lives that is another skin problem which for some people only lasts for a time period but for some people it is a life long hassle Something in their skin is not available so it becomes irritant and causes acne Non-infective dermatitis The term dermatitis simply means an inflammation of the skin When the condition is due to contact with a substance at work it is called occupational or industrial dermatitis It is a common cause of occupational disease but the number of cases is declining owing to improved work conditions The skin has two layers the outer layer called the epidermis and the inner dermis The epidermis has a protective function It consists of densely packed flat cells thicker in some areas like the palms of the hands which are more subject to injury It is covered by a moist film known as an acid mantle made up of secretions from sweat and sebaceous glands that helps to protect from acids alkalis and also excessive water and to some degree from heat and friction by preventing the skin from drying out The natural grease of the skin can
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