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  • adj. active in plant biochemistry

Etymologies

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From phyto- +‎ active

Examples

  • The innovative · free of paraffin, silicone and petrochemical phytoactive complex of juniper oil and organic derivatives nettles extract, plus the extracts of willow bark, birch leaf, and poplar, helps restore healthy, balanced skin functions.

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  • The resulting lowered intake of nutrients and rely upon three kinds of mutually reinforcing ingredients: oxygen causes a reduction in the skin's fatty tissues, which are concentrated phytoactive ingredients, natural moisturizing needed to bind and store moisture.

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  • Age Protection Eye Wrinkle Cream delivers nourishing moisture and care to the delicate Clinical dermatological studies have shown: skin surrounding your eyes with a creamy, phytoactive Highly effective skin protection against complex of certified organic almond oil and calendula free radicals extract, plus grape seed oil, shea butter, and eyebright extract.

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