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  • She was once paid five shillings for such a tribute which she had addressed to a skin-food firm.

    Cider With Rosie Lee, Laurie 1959

  • She might be selling books upon the instalment plan: she might be peddling skin-food warranted to restore their weather-beaten complexions to the texture of a baby's: she _might_ be a new inmate for the dance hall.

    The Lady Doc Caroline Lockhart 1916

  • There were remedies plus remedies; the same skin-food was warranted to create double-chins or destroy them; the same tonic killed superfluous hair or made it grow on bald spots.

    Half a Rogue Harold MacGrath 1901


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  • unguents/moisturizers! (no, not edible skins.)

    July 25, 2008