cosmeceutical

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cos·me·ceu·ti·cal

(koz-mĕ-sū'ti-kilz),
Substance combining cosmetic and pharmaceutical properties, including topical preparations as well as agents such as botulinum toxin, which is injected to smooth the skin.
[cosmetic + pharmaceutical]

cosmeceutical

(kŏz′mə-so͞o′tĭ-kəl)
n.
A cosmetic that has or is purported to have medicinal properties.

cos′me·ceu′ti·cal adj.
A pill, cream, etc., which allegedly decreases wrinkling, age spots, or otherwise improves one’s external appearance

cos·me·ceu·ti·cal

(kozmĕ-sūti-kăl)
Substance combining cosmetic and pharmaceutical properties, including topical preparations as well as agents such as botulinum toxin.
[cosmetic + pharmaceutical]
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