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Technically, skin isn’t really part of detoxification because it isn’t capable of breaking down toxins into something harmless.

Excess fluid and a waste product called urea are excreted in the form of sweat. These two processes are vital to maintaining appropriate fluid balance and pH, so by extension, the skin helps to maintain the body in a detoxified state.

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