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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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Since modern makeup requires longer-wear formulas, single surfactant cleansers may not do the trick.
Recommending the right cleanser for acne-prone skin first depends on whether the patient has oily or dry skin.
Better regulation of advertisement specifications, including the pH level and type of cleanser contained is necessary for the majority of soaps and cleansers.
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However, due to poor reimbursement policies, the wound cleansers market can be restrained in the forthcoming years.
This type of cleanser combines alkaline detergents to reduce surface tension and chemicals that release oxygen from the solution.
This cleanser is a perfect summer pick, as it's both purifying and refreshing.
While easier than removing with a cloth, and gorgeously scented, it's a bit more fiddly than regular cleanser, so I'll stick to using it once a day, at night.
It cools and heals skin, lightens sun tan and using it daily as a cleanser ensures an even skin tone with visibly reduced blemishes.
com)-- Colorado Aromatics Cultivated Skin Care, a leader in the farm-to-skin movement, releases two new products; Red Rocks Beard Oil and Yarrow Makeup Remover and Oil Cleanser.
Using coconut, olive or grapeseed oil as a cleanser keeps skin fresh and young.