The skin consists of three layers: epidermis, dermis and subcutaneous tissue. The skin’s thickness may vary according to the part of the body. The epidermis consists of stratified epithelial tissue. Every day we lose plenty of cells from the outermost layer of our skin which become cornified and peel off. The process of cornification and peeling off of dead epithelial cells is called orthokeratosis. The dermis is characterized by high flexibility and resistance to pressure. This is where hair bulbs, sweat glands and sebaceous glands are located. The skin contains a dense network of blood vessels and nerves, which allows us to receive sensations such as heat, cold, pressure and pain. The subcutaneous layer consists of multiple lipocytes i.e. fat cells, which constitute a reserve of energy to be used according to the needs.

Skin diseases include: purulent diseases, erysipelas, infectious skin diseases, skin diphtheria, anthrax, viral diseases, herpes zoster, molluscum contagiosum, foot-and-mouth disease, cat scratch fever, skin mycoses, benign tumors and cancer.

Nef-Ra is an excellent remedy for skin problems. It should be applied externally several times a day on the affected areas. For men, using Nef-Ra after shaving will reduce skin irritation and make it more smooth. Since Nef-Ra reduces wrinkles and tonifies skin, it is also often used by women. Nef-Ra helps in case of insect bites, burns and skin irritation.

In case of more serious conditions, including melanoma (the most dangerous type of cancer) external use will not be sufficient. Nef-Ra should be taken three times a day with water according to the indications.