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cleanser

[′klen·zər]
(materials)
Any material used to remove dirt, soil, and impurities from surfaces of all kinds.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Cetaphil Gentle Cleanser's pH level is 5.5, equivalent to the skin's natural acidity.
According to new report available with Radiant Insights, the global Face Wash And Cleanser Market report provides in-depth analysis of market by production, share, size, demand, economic trends, investment feasibility, major key players, SWOT analysis and forecast.
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According to the product description, The Lacura Mud to Foam Cleanser will help to reduce the appearance of imperfections.
I use Cetaphil cleanser mostly on my face but sometimes on my body, which is drier.
According to Barbara Sturm, an aesthetic medical doctor in Germany who has a namesake skincare line, the function of a daily cleanser should be straightforward.
| LIXIR Electrogel Cleanser Evening Cleanser and Detoxifying Mask in One, PS25 (100ml), cultbeauty.co.uk THIS is a creamy cleanser which works well as a first clean, as it does a good job at breaking down mascara and matte lipsticks.
The Lacura hot cloth cleanser even contains the some of the same ingredients as Liz Earle's cleanser including rosemary, cocoa butter and eucalyptus oil.
KIEHL'S CLEARLY CORRECTIVE BRIGHTENING & EXFOLIATING CLEANSER, PS27 (DEBENHAMS) .....
e.l.f Bounce Back Jelly Cleanser, PS7.50 Beauty writer Zoe says: 'A good dupe for the pricier Glossier Jelly Cleanser, and almost as good.
Algenist Ultimate Anti-Ageing Cleanser, PS32, www.spacenk.co.uk.