Let’s consider two main functions of human skin.
The first is defensive. Indeed, the skin, consisting of several layers, covers the entire surface of the body’s body, thereby hiding other organs.
The second function is metabolism. It participates in various metabolic processes and also synthesizes vitamin D.
From this we can conclude that in the absence of a person’s skin, the risk of infection or diseases of the body, damage to internal tissues and organs will increase. But also, the metabolism will be somewhat slower.
What happens if there is no skin?
You can try to imagine for a second that a person has no skin. In this case, the organs will not be protected by anything, and the slightest blow or even touch will lead to injury. All insides will be heated almost instantly from the sun, as well as wet in the rain or cool in bad weather. That is, the body’s thermoregulation will be completely absent.
Without skin, all bacteria, viruses and toxins from the environment will instantly get inside, so diseases are inevitable. These harmful substances will be excreted very slowly, because they are usually excreted to the outside mainly through the skin. At the same time, without skin, the vessels will have nowhere to be in order to carry blood to different parts of the body.
Among other things, the body will not receive valuable vitamin D, because it is produced exclusively in the skin. A person will also feel nothing by touch.
Summing up all of the above, it becomes clear that a person without skin will simply die. This is why the skin is so important.