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  • noun Plural form of humectant.

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Examples

  • Other compounds called humectants may be added to keep these additives from excessive drying and caking.

    On Food and Cooking, The Science and Lore of the Kitchen

  • Other compounds called humectants may be added to keep these additives from excessive drying and caking.

    On Food and Cooking, The Science and Lore of the Kitchen

  • There are those that create a surface barrier, sealing moisture in, and others that use ingredients (called humectants) to attract moisture from the air.

    Cool Hunting

  • There are those that create a surface barrier, sealing moisture in, and others that use ingredients (called humectants) to attract moisture from the air.

    Cool Hunting

  • There are those that create a surface barrier, sealing moisture in, and others that use ingredients (called humectants) to attract moisture from the air.

    Cool Hunting

  • There are those that create a surface barrier, sealing moisture in, and others that use ingredients (called humectants) to attract moisture from the air.

    Cool Hunting

  • As though I could not feel the lanolin, carboxymethylcellulose, humectants, hydrolyzed proteins being injected into his arteries while the blood was drained from his heart.

    The Adults

  • MedicineNet's article, Winterizing Your Hair Care, suggests choosing products that contain essential fatty acids and humectants to help restore and moisturize hair.

    Katie Campbell: Winter Beauty Retreat

  • MedicineNet's article, Winterizing Your Hair Care, suggests choosing products that contain essential fatty acids and humectants to help restore and moisturize hair.

    Katie Campbell: Winter Beauty Retreat

  • As though I could not feel the lanolin, carboxymethylcellulose, humectants, hydrolyzed proteins being injected into his arteries while the blood was drained from his heart.

    The Adults

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