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exfoliant

(ĕks-fō′lē-ənt)
n.
A product that is applied to the surface of the skin to remove dead cells.
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However, chemical exfoliants can be harsh on some skin types.
TEA TREAT ONE of the first skincare powders available in the UK, Aesop Tea Tree Leaf Facial Exfoliant, PS27, is comprised of pulverised tea tree leaves, nut shell and purified clay, all crushed to smithereens to produce a twice-a-week treatment.
TEA TREAT ONE of the first skincare powders available in the UK, Aesop Tea Tree Leaf Facial Exfoliant, PS27, is L-R: DHC foaming Face Wash Powder; Biore Baking Soda Cleansing Scrub; Dr Barbara Sturm Enzyme Cleanser; Murad Transforming Powder Dual-Action Cleanser & Exfoliator; Sensai Silky Purifying Silk Peel Powder; Givenchy One-Minute Glow Powder; Aesop Tea Tree Leaf Facial Exfoliant; Diptyque's Radiance Boosting Powder; Institut Esthederm Intensive Vitamine C Serum comprised of pulverised tea tree leaves, nut shell and purified clay, all crushed to smithereens to produce a twice-a-week treatment.
Replacing the hundreds of chemical exfoliants with Body Buffer Mitt, we will reduce water pollution and thus save our health and our body of being contaminated by hormone disrupting chemicals.
These new rice bran-based products, which include hand and skin creams, anti-aging serum, exfoliants, moisturisers and other treatments, were formulated at the company's Healthy Natural facility in Irving, Texas.
Tiny pieces of plastic used in toothpastes, shampoos, shower gels and exfoliants have been found in the Sydney Harbour and could pose a threat to marine animals and humans as they are toxic in nature, reported (http://www.
Examples include curing agents for hydrogels in medical products, personal care formulations, exfoliants, humectants, thickeners, anti-irritants, antimicrobials, lubricants, emulsifiers, delivery agents, coatings, and surfactants.
While The Spin ponders the virtues of toenail clipping exfoliants or having his face kneaded by some poor therapist's tootsies, one can only assumeit'sjustanunfortunateoxymoron.
New treatments include the self-scrub in which patrons work with the spaas amixologista to create a blend of exfoliants and the aCellulite Reduction and Revitalizing Leg Therapya by Ionithermie.
Innovative products are currently on a roll, whether it is baby care, men's care or hair care products, or those intended for beauty salons and spas (gels, creams, exfoliants, masks and bath salts, or overweight treatment equipment and laser equipment).