farmer's skin

farm·er's skin

dry, wrinkled skin with presence of dry premalignant keratoses; observed most commonly in fair-skinned, blue-eyed persons who are exposed by occupation or sport to sunshine for prolonged periods and over many years.
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Local MPA Mohammad Khan Baluch is also local merchant and is well know middle man who had fleeced the poor farmer's skin by manipulating the system.
While a smaller number of the respondents reported to have wiped the exposed portion of their skin with a piece of cloth, this can be risky as the pesticide-impregnated material could be used later for wiping sweat and dirt off the farmer's skin. Such practice considerably led to the prevalence of pesticide-related illnesses, a relationship observed by Tchounwou et.
She also puts a farmer's skin under the microscope to investigate how much damage he is causing by failing to properly protect himself from the sun.