Integumentary System (skin)

How often do you shed your skin?

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Answered 2014-08-29 15:48:49

Your skin sheds every 28-45 days, rejuvenating the epidermis and allowing the next generation of skin cells to come forward. The dead skin needs to slough off to allow the new cells to the top. We shed about 40 lbs of skin in a lifetime!

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