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cleanser

[′klen·zər]
(materials)
Any material used to remove dirt, soil, and impurities from surfaces of all kinds.
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A pre-cleanser cuts through and dissolves layers of buildup that can hinder the work of a good cleanser.
We often use a foaming cleanser in our practice prior to injectable procedures to ensure that makeup and debris are removed from the skin, and to decrease the time needed for topical lidocaine to penetrate into the skin.
The company bills its Biore Baking Soda Cleansing Scrub as the first-ever powder cleanser to be sold at mass.
The pH of each emulsion or liquid cleanser was recorded in duplicate using a Metrohm pH meter model 827 (Herisau, Switzerland), according to manufacturer's instructions.
Make-up doesn't stand a chance in a fight with this cleanser.
Oust Demodex Cleanser (available in both pre-moistened pads and a foaming eyelid cleanser) is an extra-strength cleanser with tea tree oil that effectively relieves irritation by removing oil, debris, pollen and other contaminants from eyelashes, eyelids and the face, as well as aiding in the removal of adult demodex mites and their offspring when used daily.
The participants applied a commercial lid cleanser to the eyelids of one eye and diluted baby shampoo to the eyelids of the other eye twice daily for four weeks.
The Global Wound Cleansers Product market is growing at a CAGR of 5.
Although many studies have been conducted on many denture cleansers, a conclusion that a particular denture cleanser more effectively removes plaque and stain is yet to be arrived at [8,9].
We're longtime fans of this line's 100% Organic Argan Oil, and the cleanser does not disappoint.
In reality, oils are attracted to each other, so an oil cleanser makes it easier to remove the build-up from your skin," says Philippa.
Our testers try three innovative new cleansers Vivderma Comforting Gellee Cleanser, PS32 (www.