Whats's on your skin?
By lordpiro, Updated
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There are more than 3 million microbes per square centimeter on your skin. Each microbe is effected by the chemicals in the environment.
The hands have the most chemicals and germs because they touch the most items.
Chemicals from your shampoo can linger on the neck, scalp and hands for three days.
Chemicals in sunscreen can stay on the neck for days. Though the chemical sticks, it's properties that keep your skin safe form the sun don't.
Skin on the forearms, elbow, and behind the knee is often dry. Eczema can develop in these places.
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