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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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Oily skin should use a gentle skin cleanser (that doesn't strip off essential liquids), oil-free sunscreen and tretinoin.
* Gel-based face wash and cleanser is expected to have the highest CAGR of 6.1% and 6.3% respectively over the next few years
To avoid the possibility of irritation or allergies to fragrance mix, it is best to use a fragrance-free cleanser. Fragrance in products can irritate skin.
You can do more harm than good by using the wrong cleanser."
| EVE Lom Gel Cleanser, PS45 (100ml), Space NK EVE LOM's original cleanser is a cult favourite but it is a bit faffy with all that applying then removing with a muslin cloth.
A gel cleanser packed with avocado, broccoli, and wheatgrass, which works to leave skin bright and radiant.
A black cleanser/scrub called Dark Angels caught my eye but I finally plumped for Ultrabland - a thick, textured cream cleanser which i love.
We often use a foaming cleanser in our practice prior to injectable procedures to ensure that makeup and debris are removed from the skin, and to decrease the time needed for topical lidocaine to penetrate into the skin.
The list of facial cleanser brands with growth of 5% or more and 52-week sales of $1 million or more is notable both for the presence of familiar brands including Clinique, Olay and Cetaphil and for the impressive number of newcomers to the category, including those from suppliers such as Yes To.