Skin Models

Study the skin with anatomical models. Anatomy Warehouse offers a wide variety of human skin models and replicas, illustrating various parts and components of the skin. These models are perfect for students, as well as for patient education purposes. Study this complex layered structure with a great 3D model! They also make great displays in hospitals, offices, and other healthcare institutions. Anatomy Warehouse has the best customer support in the industry. Not sure what you need? Contact our team for help!

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  1. Human Skin Anatomy Block Model 70 Times Life-Size

  2. Skin Normal/Acne Anatomy Model

  3. Human Skin Series Plus Burn Pathologies Anatomy Model

  4. Human Skin Anatomy Model (3 Parts)

  5. Human Skin Section Relief Model

  6. Skin Section Relief Model

  7. Skin Burn And Normal Skin Anatomy Model

  8. Skin Section Anatomy Model With Hair

  9. Skin Cancer Stages Model

  10. Skin Cancer Anatomy Model

  11. Budget Super Skin Anatomy Model

  12. Acne Skin Anatomy Model

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More than Skin Deep – Anatomical Models of the Skin

The average person has between 16-21.5 square feet of skin covering their body, making it the largest organ of the human body. Its roles include protecting the body from pathogens and fluctuations in heat, as well as keeping nutrients inside the body. The skin is also semi-impermeable to fluid loss, helping to keep us hydrated and retain fluid in the event of burns. Our skin is also one way for our age to be identified more readily, as it loses some of its elasticity as we age.

Studying this structure becomes a lot easier with the addition of a detailed anatomical model. A great entry to this study is the Skin Normal/Acne Anatomy Model, a budget conscious study aid covering a variety of information. Dermatology students, as well as budding estheticians, will appreciate the ease with which they can see normal skin versus the effects of various types of acne on the skin. The model makes a great visual aid for dermatology offices, too.

Sometimes, a chart may be more convenient, due to budget constraints or other reasons. A great chart for studying the skin is the Skin and Common Disorders Anatomical Chart. It offers information and views of several conditions, like moles, carcinoma, and warts. The chart looks attractive when displayed, and includes a range of information.

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