- v. present participle of exfoliate.
“To begin exfoliating, finish your bath and jump back in the shower.”
“The 'Heritage' River Birch provides natural charm through its remarkable "exfoliating," or peeling, bark.”
“While waiting for the results to tabulate, at the very same moment I coincidently happened upon an article in the new Glamour* about the importance of "exfoliating".”
“The new generation of gommages are gentler and just as effective thanks to chemical exfoliating ingredients like fruit acids, which peel away dead skin cells, and more high-tech, face-friendly scrubby exfoliants like jojoba beads.”
“My makeup artist, Corina Duran, suggests giving it an extra boost by exfoliating once or twice a week with a gentle scrub.”
“Using a gentle exfoliating scrub on your arms and legs in the shower so your skin is supersoft.”
“But skip those gritty exfoliating bath products, at least the first time you prepare to tan, says Clara Pettitt, a consumer advocate who runs a website entirely devoted to sunless tanning sunless.com.”
“She recommends lightly exfoliating skin with a mild scrub product, if you like between daily applications.”
“My only reservation about the treatment involved the exfoliating and my still rebelling back.”
“The Microdelivery exfoliating body wash by Philosophy: Sand may make a mess, but it is a fantastic exfoliant.”
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