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  • v. Present participle of exfoliate.


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  • To begin exfoliating, finish your bath and jump back in the shower.

    Dr. Susanne Bennett: Detox Your Body: Bathing for Better Health

  • 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".

    amishboy Diary Entry

  • 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.

    Scrubbing Off Indian Summer

  • My makeup artist, Corina Duran, suggests giving it an extra boost by exfoliating once or twice a week with a gentle scrub.

    The Mommy Diet

  • Using a gentle exfoliating scrub on your arms and legs in the shower so your skin is supersoft.

    The Mommy Diet

  • 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

    Five Ways: To get the perfect fake tan

  • She recommends lightly exfoliating skin with a mild scrub product, if you like between daily applications.

    Five Ways: To get the perfect fake tan

  • My only reservation about the treatment involved the exfoliating and my still rebelling back.

    Glowing, if Roughed Up

  • The Microdelivery exfoliating body wash by Philosophy: Sand may make a mess, but it is a fantastic exfoliant.

    Pandora Young: Make Beach Beauty Last All Year Long


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