Definitions

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  • n. An exfoliant.

Etymologies

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exfoliate +‎ -or

Examples

  • Bradley added the character isn't an "exfoliator", who spends all his time using expensive body products to improve his skin.

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  • Using a damp, comfortably hot cloth will not only remove every last trace of make-up, but also gently scrub the skin, leaving it glowing and ready to drink up serum I haven't used a separate exfoliator for years.

    Beauty: Hot cloth cleansing | Sali Hughes

  • If you don't, feast on this super-fine, easy-rinse exfoliator.

    Beauty: Skin-smoothing body scrubs

  • Her starter program, called the "It Kit," which, as for the V in the title, said Ms. Macklowe, "should be your victory over time," features five products, including serum, cleanser, exfoliator and eye cream.

    Swapping Finance for Facial Products

  • I've tried the Vitamin E and Seaweed exfoliator, both from Body Shop.

    BEAUTY PRODUCT: WHAT TO BUY, WHAT NOT TO BUY

  • To make a gentle exfoliator, make a paste of baking soda and water and rub the mixture all over your skin.

    Rinnavation

  • To make my excellent exfoliator, mix a few tablespoons of sugar with a few tablespoons of olive oil or water, if you have acne-prone skin.

    Rinnavation

  • Body beautifying favourites include gentle exfoliator Cranberry Yuzu, and Mandi Lulur Petal bath to release muscle tension and feed and fragrance the skin.

    Archive 2008-02-01

  • I got a facial exfoliator, eye gel, body wash, loofah, moisturizer and a perfume oil.

    Archive 2006-05-01

  • Enzyme Dual Scrub & Mask: Utilizing natural exfoliants, this unique exfoliator works overtime to penetrate pores and kill bacteria.

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