cosmetical


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cosmetical

(kɒzˈmɛtɪkəl)
adj
relating to cosmetics
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Indeed, the residual coffee biomasses studied are able to improve the regeneration of damage skin tissue, allowing new product development in the cosmetical and pharmaceutical industries.
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In this sense, has to be understood, for example, the insistence on hygienic, aesthetical and cosmetical practices, part of Sunan al-Fitra, a set of behavioral norms, recommended but not mandatory, based on the example of the Prophet, as well as the spreading of the collections of testimonies on the life of Muhammad, focused on daily actions and intimate and emotional relationships, both building a model of perfect Muslim (2006).
As turmeric and kumkum has a wide popularity in people for their medicinal, cosmetical, traditional and religious properties and beliefs application of them is inevitable, so an alternative should be found in making turmeric non allergenic.
Thus, as the samples are coming from two individuals with different habits, they were not altered by any cosmetical treatments.