This is what a skin cancer patient’s skin looks like after it has been washed in a liquid detergent

By Stephanie Feltman and Lauren PfeiferSource: AxiosThe first photos of a man’s skin after he was washed in liquid detergents have come to light.

The photos were captured by an unidentified patient in his 70s who had skin cancer.

He was treated at a local hospital in Fort Worth, Texas, and then sent home to his home state of North Carolina.

The man’s wife took the photos to show him.

They show that his skin is covered in dead skin cells and appears to have been washed using a liquid dishwasher.

This is what the man’s face looked like after he had been washed with a liquid wash detergent.

The doctor’s office, which the man visited, told the Fort Worth Star-Telegram that the man is currently in the ICU.

The doctor told the paper that the patient was admitted to the hospital with skin cancer and that he was undergoing treatment for melanoma, which is a type of skin cancer that is very aggressive and spreads quickly.

The pictures have been shared widely on social media, with the hashtag #NoDry, but no one has confirmed the patient’s identity.

The news of the man being treated in a hospital is being reported by various media outlets and by the website Mashable, which reported on the story last week.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than 3.5 million Americans are currently diagnosed with skin cancers each year.