for example the pores of the skin - each of the pores is small, but collectively can absorb more than the amount a lacrimal punctum can take. see this article to understand pores: https://t.co/fwHSPvwLjf
Source: 📰 Flament F, Francois G, Qiu H, et al. Facial skin pores: a multiethnic study. Clin Cosmet Investig Dermatol. 2015;8:85-93. Published 2015 Feb 16. doi:10.2147/CCID.S74401 🔗 https://t.co/NMUV3ErZMn
Every one of us is individual when it comes to our pore size, pore shape and quantity we have and yet people still continue to say that gluten cannot pass through pores into our bodies! When dry the gluten molecule shrinks!!! https://t.co/l49nUrjsOu #coeli
When people give a specific size to skin pores and what can pass through them and what can't, remember the evidence referring to variety of size! Facial skin pores: a multiethnic study https://t.co/cjf9v4wbcf #coeliacdisease #cornallergy #health #skin
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RT @xcxrxnx: like i said 5 other times, yes terminology needs to be updated because they literally don’t open/close. soften/loosen is more…
like i said 5 other times, yes terminology needs to be updated because they literally don’t open/close. soften/loosen is more of what should be used. people out here thinking they don’t do anything at all though.
Hi, ok, pores 100% do not open and close. https://t.co/4eH7jAdNbZ google scholar and academic scientific literature are our friends!😁