An accessory organ is any organ that helps with the function of another organ; in this case, it would be the sebaceous gland, as it helps with the functions of the epidermis.
The epidermis and corium make up your skin, and the sebaceous gland is the accessory organ that produces oil (and, under certain conditions, acne and white / blackheads)
It would be the sebaceous gland, because it serves as an organ that helps with the functioning of other organs, such as producing a type of oil called sebum, which basically serves to condition the hair and skin, and whose fatty acids restrict bacterial growth on the epidermis.
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