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By Francesca Gould

This e-book is basically geared toward scholars on point 2 and three attractiveness remedy and complementary treatment classes and fits the QCF specification. it really is appropriate for a person taking a qualified attractiveness, complementary or activities path with awarding our bodies reminiscent of VTCT, ITEC, urban & Guilds, CIDESCO, and CIBTAC skills.

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Cells of the horny layer are continually being rubbed off the body by friction and are replaced by cells from the layers beneath. The shedding of dead skin cells is known as desquamation. 2 Clear layer (stratum lucidum) The clear layer is found below the horny layer and consists of dead, keratinised cells without a nucleus. The cells are transparent and the layer is thin. This layer is mainly found on the fingertips, the palms of the hands and the soles of the feet, and provides cushioning and protection.

The cause of vitiligo is unknown. This condition is not infectious so complementary treatment can be carried out. Albinism In this condition, the skin and hair are abnormally white and the irises of the eyes are pink, as there is little or no production of the pigment melanin. Most people with albinism are sensitive to sun exposure and are at increased risk of developing skin cancer. It is a hereditary disorder and a result of faulty genes. Albinism is not infectious so complementary therapy treatment can be given.

20 Athlete’s foot Athlete’s foot (tinea pedis) This common infection is caused by a type of fungus (tiny microscopic organisms that include yeasts and moulds). The fungi like warm, moist environments. They feed on keratin – a protein found in hair, nails and skin. Many people have fungi present on their skin but are unaffected by them. Breaks in the skin allow the fungus to enter and may cause athlete’s foot, which mostly affects the area between the toes and on the sole of the foot. The skin becomes cracked and itchy with flaking pieces of dead, white skin, which may give off an unpleasant smell.

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