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  • n. Plural form of exfoliator.


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  • Natural products like those shown above can be used in a variety of beauty treatments, such as exfoliators and moisturizers. -

  • The cleansers, exfoliators and oils are all organic and packaged old-apothecary-style.

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  • Skin products are next but only after I use up the 10 years worth of Adrien Arpel cleansers, exfoliators, neck and decollettage creams, eye firmers, lip plumpers, etc. that I have mysteriously accumulated I'm certain that they're breeding in my cupboard.

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  • Try rubbing lips with either a soft toothbrush or lip product with gentle exfoliators.

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  • The informal economy includes windshield washers and prostitutes, peddlers of squishy balls and exfoliators, people who cannot find official jobs as well as people who do not want them.

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  • Replace old-school grainy scrubs with chemical or fruit acid exfoliators, such as this formulation from trusted brand Origins.

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  • They work well as exfoliators and they're easier to deal with than the really thick and soft washcloths.

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  • With Dermacyte, management has a platform product line that can be expanded to include eye creams, facial creams, moisturizers with SPF, hand and body lotions, toners, lip balms, exfoliators and regenerating serums. Home Page

  • For example, there are more multitasking beauty products on the market today, from body washes you can also shave with to exfoliators that can be used on the face and body. - Stuff

  • Hydroxy Acids: natural exfoliators that remove dead skin cells to prevent and correct the signs of aging.

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