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rejuvenate

[ri′jü·və‚nāt]
(geology)
The act of stimulating a stream to renewed erosive activity either by tectonic uplift or a drop in sea level.

Rejuvenate

To restore to a youthful appearance.
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Daily application of pHaze 24 Rejuvenating Serum can help revive age-diminished communication between skin layers by stimulating the growth of receptors, thus restoring a more youthful appearance.
Unlike the baby boomers (now in the 35 to 54 age range), who have adopted a keen interest in rejuvenating skin, these women have a noticeably independent and skeptical mind-set, according to Evans.
All I know is that we still find a walk in the woods to be as rejuvenating and romantic as ever.
Most proteins become biologically inactive in a few days, and traditional ways of rejuvenating them are not very effective.
Murad's Rejuvenating Lift for Neck and Decollete (Photo: Business Wire)
The Rejuvenating cleanser, which reduces wrinkles, discoloration and sun damage and is also great for acne-prone skin, contains 10% glycolic acid.
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Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Scientists have recently succeeded in rejuvenating cells from elderly donors (aged over 100).
THIS summer escape to the Park Rotana Hotel Abu Dhabi, UAE, for some five-star accommodation, world class dining and rejuvenating wellness facilities.
It includes a rejuvenating massage, which lasts 12 to 15 minutes.
VERDICT: They say it is an intensive hydrating, rejuvenating and restorative night cream, designed to promote healthy cell turnover and nourish and rejuvenate skin overnight by restoring lost moisture.
Some people think of yoga and meditation as rejuvenating experiences, but others would rather jump into a swimming hole, read a book, soak in a hot tub, or go for a brisk walk at 6am.