1. Skin
  2. Pressure, touch, temperature, heat/cold regulation, and pain. 
  3. Epidermis, Dermis and Subcutis 
  4. Sheets of flattened keratinized cells that are dead or dying. 
  5. Stratum corneum, Stratum Lusidum, Stratum Granulosum, Prickle Cell Layer, and Basal Layer. 
  6. Basal Layer
  7. Capillary blood vessels, lymphatic vessels, sensory nerve endings, sweat glands, apocrine glands, eccrine glands, and sebaceous glands. 
  8. Seperates the dermis from the underlying muscle and permits the skin to move more easily over it. 
  9. Protection, Sensation, Heat Regulation, Excretion, and Secretion
  10. Dry Skin: dull/ chalky appearance and tight feeling when washed. Oily Skin: shiny/ greasy to touch and pale skin complexion. Normal Skin: soft/supple feel and clean/fine texture. Combination Skin: oily forehead and dry cheeks.