skin sensation

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: sensation - a sensation localized on the skin
tactile sensation, tactual sensation, touch sensation, feeling, touch - the sensation produced by pressure receptors in the skin; "she likes the touch of silk on her skin"; "the surface had a greasy feeling"
tickle - a cutaneous sensation often resulting from light stroking
itchiness, itching, itch - an irritating cutaneous sensation that produces a desire to scratch
topognosia, topognosis - recognition of the location of a stimulus on the skin
urtication - a sensation of having been stung by nettles
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Them re-establishes flexibleness and instead gives off skin sensation plumper along with gentler.
For example, adapting cosmetic formulations to give a lighter texture and provide a refreshing skin sensation can be achieved by increasing the alcohol content.
Of the qualities besides performance that were analyzed, "cosmetic elegance," which the investigators "defined as any feature associated with skin sensation on application, color, or scent," was the positive feature most often mentioned in the customer reviews.
Emollients and waxes are important in governing the tactile feeling and skin sensation of end products.
A few short scripted and spoken sentences illustrate the method as the child experiences the effect of a cold numbing spray and a multi-ponged rubber gripper (or thumb rubbing), both of which suggest less skin sensation.
Since the person is clothed, the sensation is not skin sensation but muscle sensation.
The Nivea Body Wash collection includes seven cream oils and body washes, which feature a revolutionary skin sensation technology.
The line includes seven cream-oils and body washes which feature a skin sensation technology.
A French woman who two years ago became the first person to receive a face transplant has recovered with remarkably good aesthetic results and has gradually regained normal skin sensation and control of her facial muscles, the Washington Post reported.
Paresthesia: a skin sensation, such as burning, prickling, itching, or tingling, with no apparent physical cause Peripheral neuropathy: neuron damage caused by neurotoxic chemotherapy agents resulting in such symptoms as numbness, tingling, paresthesia, and muscle weakness (see Figure 1)
When the intravenous line was finally disconnected, both the skin sensation and electrocardiographic interference desisted.