greasies

greasies

(ˈɡriːsɪz)
pl n
(Cookery) informal NZ fish and chips
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If you've got a case of the greasies, Kaylin suggests sweeping skin with a cotton ball soaked in witch hazel.
Like most other early American beans, greasies can be cooked whole like other green beans, harvested as "shellies" (nearly mature beans with prominent green seeds) or allowed to mature into dry beans that are removed from their pods before cooking.
She said New Zealand's "chippie" operators, whose takeout fish and chips are colloquially known as "greasies," are "generally reluctant" to bang the frying baskets in case it damages the fryer.
* 2.1% cited junk foods, greasies or "anything with lots of salt and fat"
Because oil glands are working overtime, you may get the greasies. When you reach your late teens or early 20s, oil production slows down.
Most are noncomedogenic, so we predict that they are going to be especially hot among young women prone to midday greasies and occasional breakouts.
To clear things up, Annet says to make sure you're lathering with a "soap- and fragrance-free, anti-bacterial cleansing wash." To keep greasies at bay, spritz on an alcohol-free toner (we like Clear Start Breakout Clearing All Over Toner, $19, clearstart.com) and apply a moisturizer with SPF.
If your skin tends to be oily, set everything with a mineral powder to avoid midday greasies.
Face has a case of the full-on greasies? Try a gel that'll make skin matte (like Under Control, $18, purminerals.com) and apply it after washing your face.