Regarding the role of triglycerides coating the cell, they play an important role in various skin conditions. Triglycerides are a type of fat that is present in our cell membranes, including the cell walls. They provide structural integrity to the cell membranes and help maintain their fluidity and permeability.

In many skin conditions, such as eczema and psoriasis, the skin’s barrier function is compromised. This can lead to increased water loss, dryness, and susceptibility to irritants and allergens. Triglycerides help create a protective layer around the skin cells, preventing excessive moisture loss and maintaining proper hydration. This is especially important for individuals with dry or sensitive skin.

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