cleanser

(redirected from cleansers)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus.

cleanser

[′klen·zər]
(materials)
Any material used to remove dirt, soil, and impurities from surfaces of all kinds.
References in periodicals archive ?
For heavy makeup users who commute through traffic-choked, polluted areas, a single-surfactant or soap-based cleanser may not be enough.
These hydrophilic cleansers provide exfoliation, and are appropriate for individuals with dry skin and acne because their low pH contributes to an inhospitable microbiome for Propionibacterium acnes, making it harder for the bacteria to thrive.
The list of facial cleanser brands with growth of 5% or more and 52-week sales of $1 million or more is notable both for the presence of familiar brands including Clinique, Olay and Cetaphil and for the impressive number of newcomers to the category, including those from suppliers such as Yes To.
Most soaps and cleansers sufficiently remove skin surface dirt; however, this may cause long-term interference of the skin-barrier function, manifesting as dry, red, itchy and inflamed skin, particularly in atopic and elderly patients.
I recently saw an advertisement from a popular brand of bar soap promoting itself as a facial cleanser.
Browse the full report Wound Cleansers Market - Growth, Future Prospects and Competitive Analysis, 2017 -- 2025 report at http://www.
OCuSOFT Lid Scrub PLUS Platinum Foaming Eyelid Cleanser is an extra-strength "leave on" cleanser with clinically proven added moisturizer PSG-2 that effectively relieves irritation by removing oil, debris, pollen and other contaminants from the eyelids in moderate to severe conditions.
A surge in the market growth can be expected in emerging countries such as Brazil, China, and India among others where the market penetration of wound cleansers is just a fraction of the market penetration in the US
Sensing this requirement, many commercial denture cleansers are currently available and each one claims to be efficient.
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.
But for dry faces, flaky from the freezing temperatures, this is a cleanser worth investigating.
Lactic acid and enzymes present in yoghurt make it a great cleanser and moisturiser.