Why does acid reacts with skin??
I can understand the acid would react with blood as it is alkaline in nature. But when i googled pH of skin, its around 4-5, "it is estimated that the 'natural' skin surface pH is on average 4.7, i.e. below 5"(Reference) The thing that i could guess is that only H+ are the ions that would react with our skin since only H+ are common in every acid. But since our skin is also acidic how will an acid react with another acidic material