Scarf-skin



noun
1.
the outermost layer of the skin; epidermis.
noun
1.
the outermost layer of the skin; epidermis or cuticle

scarfskin scarf·skin (skärf’skĭn’)
n.
The outermost layer of skin, especially that which forms the cuticle.

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