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fa′cial tis`sue

a soft, disposable paper tissue.
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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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Now its severed head has been found, and because of the freezing conditions, it is so well preserved that its fur, teeth, brain and facial tissue are largely intact.
Summary: The report studies the global Facial Tissue Paper market for the period 2019--2027.
The percentage increases are generally in the mid-to-high single digits on average and will mostly impact Cottonelle and Scott 1000 bathroom tissue, Kleenex facial tissue, Viva paper towels, Huggies diapers, Pull-Ups training pants and GoodNites youth pants.
From napkins and facial tissue to paper towels and bath tissue--all in a variety of sizes, counts, grades, plies and packaging--the innovative company provides customers the highest level of reliability, service and flexibility, at a cost that delivers a clear and compelling advantage over national brands.
MTC's lines are used to fold and pack tissue paper products such as facial tissue, hand towels, toilet paper and napkins.
"We're committed to building upon our legacy of innovation and providing products that help people take care of themselves every day," says Rusty Zaspel, senior brand manager for Kleenex Brand Facial Tissue, a brand of Irving, Texas-based Kimberly-Clark.
With roughly $16 billion in annual retail sales in the United States, according to Chicago-based market research firm IRI, paper products -- toilet tissue, paper towels, facial tissue and napkins -- constitute a mature category that is beginning to spark the creativity of inventors and entrepreneurs.
Kleenex brand, the inventor of the facial tissue category has rolled out its Kleenex Facial Cleansing collection across major e-tailers, including Amazon, Target.com, Walmart.com, CVS.
The Emerald Brand product line consists of sustainable, alternative disposables such as bath tissue, facial tissue, plates, and bowls that are Tree-FreeTM, BPA free, petroleum free, biodegradable and compostable.
For example, the "Wriggling Wrapper Snake" experiment requires only a paper-wrapped drinking straw and a cup of water; the "My Soda Has Gas" experiment requires a balloon, salt or sugar, a full bottle of carbonated soda, and an outdoors area; and the "Mysterious Floating Paper Clip" experiment requires only a bowl of water, two small paper clips, and facial tissue. Each experiment has illustrated, easy-to-follow instructions followed by a "Science Behind It" section that explains how and why the experiment works.