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supple

Physical exam adjective Referring to free movement of a body part
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The LED masks by using wavelengths of red and infrared light enhances skin tone and improves suppleness, and the total lift-up care improves skin's suppleness, according to the company.
This paper aims to bring theoretical arguments regarding the importance of suppleness in preventing scapulohumeral dislocation in performance athletes.
* Body flexibility and suppleness. This classical dance is also about strength.
The Spa of The World range includes the Hawaiian Kukui Cream with kukui oil, which helps restore skin's natural suppleness. The French Lavender Massage Oil with lavender essential oil from the south of France, with a natural relaxing scent that promotes a sense of well-being, will help him relax.
Korres Basil Lemon Body Milk, PS9 ( johnlewis.com) THE perfect pick-meup for skin during the colder months, this body milk combines almond oil and shea butter to provide suppleness and lasting hydration.
These contribute many of the signs associated with skin aging, such as wrinkle formation, skin thinning, and loss of suppleness and hydration, and are consequently at the root of most consumers' anti-aging needs.
Oils are full of nutrients, antioxidants and omega fatty acids which restore skin to its full radiance and suppleness.
"It is gentle but quickly increases strength, stamina and suppleness, as well as helping with balance," said Kalbir Kaur-Mann, who runs the class.
Subjects replied to questionnaires describing their observations centered on luster, suppleness and wrinkles.
Its creamy formula restores suppleness to a stressed complexion, and can be used three times a week.
Red blood cells lose suppleness, capillary walls become less flexible and blood flow is impeded.
Suppleness strains and blister scars, The stretching limbs across the bars, Reaching for elevation among the hollow stars, Hearts are broken in repetoires.