epidermis layers mnemonic


https://www.youtube.com/embed/gnqwBSq1tvc Rule, Britannia! Britannia, rules the waves! This granny loves cornflakes. La cucaracha, la cucaracha, we need the cornflake adada adaradada, dadadada, dadada lalalala No! its mine! Ladies, ladies! Goodness grief! Fighting over cornflakes? Havent you heard cornflakes are the secret to youthful skin? Ah, no I didn’t, but I do know that theyre key to memorizing the epidermal layers. In this image, you can see the three layers of the skin with the epidermis being the outermost layer of them all. The epidermis has five layers. On the bottom here, we have the stratum basale. The next layer moving deep to superficial is the stratum spinosum. Then we have the stratum granulosum, and then we have the stratum lucidum. Finally, most superficially, we have the stratum corneum. You can remember the layers of the epidermis from deep to superficial by memorizing the following mnemonic: British & Spanish Grannies Love…