Definitions

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  • adj. Not producing foam.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ foaming

Examples

  • Other nonfoaming products that use essential oils and clay-based minerals include Terressentials and Logona nonfoaming hair washes.

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  • This therapeutic nonfoaming cleanser contains linden flower, ginseng, and German chamomile, all of which are known for their soothing properties.

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  • Clay-based hair washes by Terressentials and Logona are nonfoaming aromatic washes that are better suited to oily hair, with organic shavegrass, natural clay minerals, nettle, and other scalp-clarifying extracts; they absorb oil and get rid of buildup without stripping.

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  • A nonfoaming cleanser from Aubrey Organics, such as its Seaware and Rosa Mosqueta or Green Tea cleansing products, will do the trick perfectly.

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  • Defuse blotches with a gentle, nonfoaming cleanser that won't strip skin of its natural oils.

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  • If you're a sucker for a good old-fashioned brush shave, this product will only get you frustrated: The cream is nonfoaming and brushless.

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  • The company also makes cleaning supplies for small animals, horses and wipes and nonfoaming products to clean cats - who aren't especially keen about being dipped into a bath.

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  • If you have dry hair, don’t wash it more than twice a week, unless you use a nonfoaming radical hair-cleansing technique see sidebar or gentler shampoo options such as those listed in Resources.

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