nondrying


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nondrying

Said of an oil, compound, etc., which does not oxidize in air and therefore does not form a surface skin after application.
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This thermal energy is transferred via the nondrying cement to the pipe wall.
In flexo, trolleys that guide the web at its margins ordinarily do not track ink in their path or deeply emboss, even puncture, the sheet -- unlike offset's nondrying litho inks and often too-firm grip on the sheet.
To guard against nail-splitting, moisturize nail beds every day with cuticle oil or a nondrying nail lotion.
Polybutenes are viscous, clear, nondrying, liquid polymers that are available in viscosities ranging from about 27 centistokes (cst) at 38 [degrees] C, to 4400 cst at 99 [degrees] C, and in number average molecular weights ranging from 370 to 2300.
That means it is nondrying. Swiping it on my lips didn't take much effort; it didn't pull or tug-always a good sign for a lipstick.
Infused with a nondrying matte formula and intense pigmentation, the Superstay Matte Ink collection will surely be a must-have of any lipstick lover,' Maybelline in a news release says.
The hyper-pigmented runway-inspired formula provides dramatic depth, with single-stroke coverage, thanks to a nondrying Kaolin clay base that creates a truly opaque finish.
One type consists of zinc powder in a hydrophobic, non-volatile (and usually nondrying) carrier.
Dial Corp., meanwhile, offers a line of body washes under its Dial For Men brand, which features a nondrying formula of skin conditioners and odor-removing cleaners.
It's a super deep, nondrying cleanser that removes every trace of makeup on my face.
For nondrying lipstick she suggests a moisturizing or hydrating product.
Earlier this year BioCosmetic Research Labs' Black Opal brand launched the Body Fade system, which includes a foaming body polish, a lightweight, nondrying exfoliating gel and two face creams.