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cleanse

(klĕnz)
tr.v. cleansed, cleansing, cleanses
a. To free from dirt, contamination, or impurities: cleansed the wound.
b. To treat (the body or an organ) with a regimen intended to remove impurities and promote health: drank vegetable juice for a week to cleanse her digestive system.
n.
An act of cleansing: a cleanse of the digestive system.
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Inner city wards will also be cleansed more regularly as there is a greater need for the service.
Walk with Us Association Program and Reverte cleansed the seashore extending between Rawsheh and Ramlet al-Bayda.
Subsequently, they either cleansed their hands with an antiseptic wipe or not.
He submitted online for his residence permit renewal, but it is not accepting the application because he is not cleansed!
While they do the job and skin feels cleansed without being sticky, there is a warning not to get in eyes as they do cause stinging.
Skin is left feeling thoroughly cleansed, yet incredibly silky, soft and comforted.
Designed for dry and sensitive skins, these left the face feeling moist and cleansed make-up thoroughly.
The wipes left my skin feeling cool and cleansed. But I was nervous about using such a strong-smelling product to clean my face - especially as you're warned to avoid your eyes.
One must rub an area of skin to be cleansed with the skin cleaning aid to apply the lather from the plurality of voids to the area of skin.
A cleansing program in which these detoxification "channels," or pathways in the body, are opened, cleansed, and functioning optimally is key to experiencing vibrant health through detoxification.