Our body parts are made with different abilities and USPs.
Foot and Palm skin is thicker than the face.
Our facial skin is delicate and thin.
When we get drenched with water, our countenance remains the same while our feet and palms' skin wrinkles.
Well, it is completely normal according to the science of human bodies.
Our skin's outer layer contains sebum oil. It works like a slicker.
Sebum oil also helps us to wash our hands smoothly.
But after the drenching, Sebum oil cleanses, and water goes beneath the outer layer of our skin.
Our skin is made with keratin protein. When water enters the outer layer, keratin can't work effectively.
This process is called Aquatic Wrinkles.