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exfoliant

(ĕks-fō′lē-ənt)
n.
A product that is applied to the surface of the skin to remove dead cells.
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TEA TREAT ONE of the first skincare powders available in the UK, Aesop Tea Tree Leaf Facial Exfoliant, PS27, is L-R: DHC foaming Face Wash Powder; Biore Baking Soda Cleansing Scrub; Dr Barbara Sturm Enzyme Cleanser; Murad Transforming Powder Dual-Action Cleanser & Exfoliator; Sensai Silky Purifying Silk Peel Powder; Givenchy One-Minute Glow Powder; Aesop Tea Tree Leaf Facial Exfoliant; Diptyque's Radiance Boosting Powder; Institut Esthederm Intensive Vitamine C Serum comprised of pulverised tea tree leaves, nut shell and purified clay, all crushed to smithereens to produce a twice-a-week treatment.
Replacing the hundreds of chemical exfoliants with Body Buffer Mitt, we will reduce water pollution and thus save our health and our body of being contaminated by hormone disrupting chemicals.
The tiny beads in shampoos and exfoliants have a tendency to attract toxins like DDT, which turn up in mussels and fish that are consumed by humans.
MY teenage daughter is in to using exfoliants and skin scrubs two or three times a week.
The product is formulated with gentle exfoliants to brighten and even skin tone, giving it a healthy glow.
Exfoliate Shower Creme, right, is a blend of exfoliants and added moisturisers to soften and smooth the skin while Shimmer Shower Creme is a mix of shimmer and added moisturisers.
Body butters (as simple as a nice light oil, cocoa butter and a bit of beeswax); massage oils; herbal bath teas with herbs, oats, and essential oils packaged in muslin bags; exfoliants; and bath candies made from cocoa butter, oats, oils and essential oils and packaged in candy foil are just a few ideas of what you can do for others.
Select your own base, scents, exfoliants and more to customize bath products (like Moroccan red clay or crushed cloves and walnut husk) based on your own needs.
Top trends included: Pet Pampering with natural & specialty products and services; Male Grooming and the growing use of anti-aging skin creams, skin moisturizers, and skin exfoliants, especially among men aged 35 and over: the loss of the "family diet" to individualized tastes and needs; Bobos ("bourgeois bohemians") gaining influence ill young adult markets and demanding simplicity and authenticity in products: Acupuncture becoming an attractive pain management option in the mainstream healthcare market: and Healthier Options on the menu at fast-food restaurants, in vending machines, and on institutional metals, such as those in schools, universities, hospitals, and corporate cafeterias.
Exfoliating removes dead cells from your skin and leaves it ready for moisturizing, and exfoliants can be either gentle or harsh.
You're smart to steer clear of buffing pads and exfoliants that contain crushed oatmeal, almond or apricot pieces.