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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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Simply combine them with melted chocolate chips, rum, corn syrup, grated orange peel and candied orange peel in an electric mixer or food processor.
According to independent market research, approximately 450,000 in-office AHA peels were performed in the U.
In a food processor fitted with a metal blade, blend orange peel and sugar about 1 minute.
The Peels Beverage Company is responsible for the marketing, selling and advertising of PEELS and is part of Anheuser-Busch, Inc.
2 pieces (EACH about 1 1/2 inches square) dried tangerine peel (see Note)
Our research confirmed that consumers can peel and apply Avery labels up to two times faster with the new Quick Peel Automatic Label Peeler.
Sadick noted that these peels can tighten the skin, reduce pore size and also diminish mild acne scarring.
1998 - Fake tanning is commonplace; beauty creams now contain vitamins C and E, and Dead Sea salt; everyday housewives are going for monthly fruit acid peels at their dermatologist's office and collagen injections twice a year.
Infrared technology primarily affects only the peel and a few thin layers beneath it.
A gentle peel will cause reddening of the face which can be followed by scaling for about three to five days.
He also studied the structure of the tomato peels to assess their efficiency as biomaterials to remove toxic metal ions and organic pollutants from water.
It is specially formulated to be gentle - yet equally effective "In my practice, I found Replenix[R] MD Perfect 10 Peels to be highly effective as an aesthetic in-office peel treatment and provided what my patients wanted in their peel.