Peeling effect | definition of peeling effect by Medical dictionary
peeling effect Naturopathy
A general term for a phenomenon seen with the use of Bach’s flower remedies, in which the resolution of one emotional crisis allows the manifestation of another.
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Left on as a mask or used daily to cleanse skin, the lactic acid gently lifts dead skin, brightens and gives an almost peeling effect
. Make-up goes on like a dream afterwards.
Schwarze said the A9000 sweeper removes the micron-sized particles by blasting the pavement to create a peeling effect
. Air is blasted at an angle across the head width, lifting the debris away from the ground surface.
The non-setting gel mask contains extracts of blackberry, raspberry and blackcurrant and the action of the red fruit acids produces a peeling effect
which removes the dead cells on the skin's surface that dull the complexion.