How nutrients are absorbed in the skin?

How nutrients are absorbed in the skin?

Aug 21, 2022


Mon Cheri Davenport

The skin is considered as the largest organ of the body and has many different functions. The skin functions, in thermoregulation, protection, metabolic functions and sensation. The skin is divided into two main regions, the epidermis, and the dermis, each providing a distinct role in the overall function of the skin. The dermis is attached to an underlying hypodermis, also called subcutaneous connective tissue, which stores adipose tissue and is recognized as the superficial fascia of gross anatomy.

Skin can also be called as an indicator for our body, like anything wrong with your stomach your face will indicate it in the form of acne. So, according to this the importance of skin also increases and we should take care of it.

When we think about taking nutrients into our bodies, we usually think about swallowing them, in the form of pills, powders, or that radical format known as food. For that matter, when we talk about nutrient absorption, we’re usually talking about the absorption of nutrients from the digestive system into the bloodstream.

But a handful of companies are trying to change the way we think about nutritional supplementation. Instead of swallowing a handful of pills and worrying about whether or not they are being absorbed, why not bypass the digestive tract altogether and apply them directly to your skin?

Nicotine, estrogen, testosterone, and certain pain medications can all be delivered through the skin through medicinal patches, gels, or creams. Why not vitamins and minerals?

Nutrients may pass from cell to cell in your epidermis. When the outermost cells take on some nutrients, they could pass some of those to the next cells behind the outer ones. Hair follicles and glands. Nutrients that permeate slowly into your skin may reach the hair follicles or glands deeper into your skin's layers.

Using natural oils which include nutrients included in the Juicy By Mon Cheri body and cuticles oils, will be absorbed through your skin, and allow your body to use nutrients and vitamins to aid in your health.  Adding Black seed oil and Vitamin E oil  into your daily routine will do wonders for maintaining and healing you effortlessly!

By Mon Cheri   


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