exfoliant


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ex·fo·li·ant

 (ĕks-fō′lē-ənt)
n.
A product that is applied to the surface of the skin to remove dead cells.

exfoliant

(ɛksˈfəʊlɪənt)
n
(Biology) a gently abrasive cosmetic product designed to remove dead cells from the skin's surface
[C20: from exfoliate + -ant]
Translations

exfoliant

[eksˈfəʊlɪənt] Nexfoliante m
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