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peel

 [pēl]
1. the outer covering of something.
2. to remove such an outer covering.
chemical peel chemabrasion.

peel

(pēl),
To remove the outer layer of something by a stripping or flaying action.
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6] Non-Acid Peel introduces a whole new way to peel.
However, there are not yet available detailed information about the influence of the composition of random iPB-1 based copolymers on the peel behavior of peel fdms.
In experiments with more than 6,000 field-ripened Roma-style (sometimes called "plum") tomatoes, USDA scientist and ASABE member Zhongli Pan and his industry and university colleagues have shown that using infrared heating to simplify removal of the tomatoes' tight-fitting peels may offer advantages over other peeling technologies.
Today, many processors remove the tight-fitting peels of tomatoes using conventional approaches, such as steamheating or jet sprays of heated solutions of sodium hydroxide or potassium hydroxide, followed by a tap water rinse.
e society promotes the study of the life, works and times of Sir Robert Peel and the Peel Family.
OUR VERDICT: Although the Glycolic peel is a milder form of chemical peel (when not left on too long or at too high a concentration) the decision to have one should not be taken lightly.
Washington, July 21 ( ANI ): An Indian scientist has come up with a novel method to purify water using the peels of apples and tomatoes.
The proprietary components of the Peel offer targeted treatment for many skin concerns, strong efficacy followed by optimized results.
The following is a summary of the acquisition terms agreed between Peel and OZ Minerals Ltd:
The Peel "fruit" is designed to fit neatly into living room decor, and its wireless technology means no more aiming at the system control simply just happens, from anywhere in the house.
Peel is also proposing a pounds 10bn redevelopment either side of the River Mersey at its Liverpool Waters and Wirral Waters project.
The pomegranate peel needs no preparation and is great for adding moisture to the skin.