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- Ceramide is the stratum corneum of the skin, the existence (intercellular lipid) that seems to carry moisture and oil like a sponge in cells and cells. It is essential to moisture of skin and coat. The stratum corneum of the skin is made up of many layers of keratinocytes, and it seems that each one is glued. Ceramide is the main component of intercellular lipid and accounts for about half of 50%. Originally in the body, it gives moisture to the skin.



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