Do you know your skin?

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The skin: let's get to know it better

The skin is the largest organ in the human body and is responsible for protecting our body from harmful external agents such as bacteria and UV rays.
It is composed of three main layers: the epidermis, dermis and subcutaneous tissue.
The epidermis is the outermost layer and is what we see when we look at our skin, the dermis is the middle layer that contains blood vessels, nerves and sweat glands, and the subcutaneous tissue is the deepest and contains fat and connective tissue.


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One of the most common skin problems is dryness.
Dry skin can be caused by several factors, including age, sun exposure, use of harsh skin products, and dry weather.
A few tips to keep your skin hydrated:

  •     Drink at least 1.5 to 2 liters of water daily
  •     Prioritize foods rich in vitamins A,C and E
  •     Avoid baths and showers that are too hot
  •     Use sunscreen even when staying in the shade

Another common skin problem is redness.
Among the most common causes of skin redness can be several factors:

  •     Eczema
  •     Dermatitis (which can be of different types: contact dermatitis, atopic dermatitis, seborrheic dermatitis...)
  •     Irritation due to harsh cosmetic products.
  •     Finally, redness can sometimes be caused simply by skin sensitivity.



With the arrival of summer, it is important to prepare the skin to deal with high temperatures and UV exposure. To protect your skin from the sun, it is advisable to use broad-spectrum sunscreens with an appropriate protection factor and to wear light clothing and hats to cover exposed skin. In addition, it is important to drink plenty of water to keep the skin hydrated and use light moisturizers to avoid dry skin.

In conclusion, skin is a vital organ for our well-being, and its health depends on how we treat it. Keeping skin hydrated, protecting it from UV rays and avoiding the use of harsh products are just some of the actions we can take to ensure healthy, glowing skin. By following these tips and taking care of our skin every day, we can ensure its long-term beauty and health.


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The action of the components contained in cutamir® and its formulation rich in antioxidants (Vitamin E and C derivatives) give it special emollient, moisturizing and normalizing properties.

It is suitable for all skin types of all age groups, so it can take care of your skin and that of your whole family including babies.