nondrying


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nondrying

(ˌnɒnˈdraɪɪŋ)
adj
(Clothing & Fashion) relating to garments that do not require the use of a dryer after being washed
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The sleek, compact palettes come with a dual-ended brushes and the shades are made with a formula that's oil-free, nondrying, and suitable for all skin types.
In terms of its nondrying claims, Superstay Matte Ink Liquid Lipstick passed the test, considering how difficult it was to remove.
* The facial cleanser is gentle, nondrying and compatible with all skin types.
It also suggests bathing in cool water and using nondrying soap with no fragrances or dyes.
Veripur, which, according to the company, takes hand sanitizing into new territory, reportedly is nondrying, alcohol free and kills 99.9% of germs on contact.
A gentle, pH-balanced cleanser, on the other hand, should be nondrying, or hydrating, for an infant's skin.
At that time the proverbial light bulb went off and he knew that a nondrying, sticky barrier would work to prevent subterranean termites from plying their trade.
This device makes use of nondrying glue to trap gravid female mosquitoes that are attracted to water in the cylindrical device.
They are nondrying and do not leave residues when volatilized or thermally decomposed.
The internal radii of curvature of the lenses were equal but opposite; rather than cementing the elements, Dall separated them with a nondrying fluid held in place by capillary action (much like the oils used in oil-spaced refractor objectives) to permit one element to be moved laterally with respect to the other element by as much as 7 percent of its diameter.
Petroleum jelly and nondrying glue will also check the movement of ants.
Prior to installing the panels, CSI technicians apply a thin layer of nondrying heat transfer cement onto the pipe surface.