What is a wound?
|Wounds are the result of an attack made on the skin. The skin gives us great protection, but when it is exposed to a blow from a stone, a cut from a pair of scissors or a knife, a wound made by a sharp point or a piece of metal... it becomes damaged. Luckily, it grows again.|
|But there is much more to skin than you think. When we look at our bodies, we ONLY see part of the skin, the outer layer, what doctors call the epidermis. Below the epidermis, in the area underneath the skin, which is called the dermis, there are a great many layers and cells that could become infected.|
And infection is bad for the health. That’s why wounds must be cured properly.
No matter whether it stings just a little or a lot.
Imagine, if you can, that the skin is like an omelette cake and that we can only see the omelette that is on the top.