facial tissue


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fa′cial tis`sue


n.
a soft, disposable paper tissue.
[1925–30]
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Noun1.facial tissue - tissue paper suitable for use on the facefacial tissue - tissue paper suitable for use on the face
tissue paper, tissue - a soft thin (usually translucent) paper
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is reducing the prices of its Charmin bath tissue, Puffs facial tissue and Bounty paper towels because of recent declines in raw material prices.
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Army branded products including paper towels, paper napkins and facial tissue that will be distributed to drug stores, grocery stores, club stores and discount retailers nationwide.
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He may fetch a glass of cold water or a box of facial tissue.
Latest innovation from Georgia-Pacific delivers softness and strength for facial tissue at an appealing price
The blue and green packaging is designed for display in the home -- a factor which may increase its appeal to women, the primary facial tissue purchasers.
The market is showing growth, with toilet tissue and kitchen towel showing like-for-like growth but facial tissue declining.
While there is little hope for growth due to increases in population, some demographics offer potential for increases in use of products such as paper napkins and facial tissue.