Spring has sprung and the weather will be getting warmer. As the temperature and humidity rises, we seek cool air in an air-conditioned car or building. Our skin is no different; it prefers a controlled environment. Skin is vital to us. It protects our internal structures from the external environment, keeps essential nutrients locked inside, and hazardous materials locked out1. Maintaining the delicate microclimate, or the moisture and temperature balance, that exists on our skin can be a key factor in preventing a host of issues, including pressure injuries.
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