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GLOSSARY : Sun for everyone

Your skin in the sun

Is there a term from the field of dermatology and cosmetics that you do not understand? Would you like to know what it means? View the full definition from the La Roche-Posay glossary.

Corneal layer

The corneal layer or stratum corneum is located at the surface of the epidermis. It actually is the outer layer of the epidermis. It is therefore in direct contact with the surrounding environment. It is essentially made up of dead cells known as corneocytes that are the result of epidermic differentiation.

This word also belongs to the categories Sun sensitive skin., Sensitive, dehydrated skin, Extremely dry, irritated, itchy and atopic skin, Dry and uncomfortable skin, Dry to very dry skin, Intolerant skin, Children's skin and the sun, Dry and rough skin, Skin prone to redness, Oily skin with imperfections, Signs of age, wrinkles, firmness, Pigmentation problems, Irritated skin, Sebaceous scaly patches, Skin sensitive to shaving.