nonoily

nonoily

(ˌnɒnˈɔɪlɪ)
adj
not oily
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The "N95" designation refers to a classification for use with nonoily particles (aerosols) with 95 percent effectiveness in filtering particles typically found in the respiratory ranges (0.
Ease of Application: Its thin, nonoily consistency dries in a flash, so application is a bit tricky.
Current favorable trends for the brand, which is now available in mass market channels, include consumers' preferences for liquid soaps and natural and nonoily cleansing products, the company notes.
Children over 12 years of age and adults should eat one portion of nonoily fish and a portion of oily fish every week.
50 This is a nonoily treatment and absorbed easily into the skin.
The results did not hold when women consumed canned or nonoily fish during pregnancy.
Denise Van Outen and Jayne Middlemiss are both fans of Clarins Beauty Flash Balm (pounds 21/50ml), a nonoily, invisible balm which gives a 'skin tightening' effect and helps reduce fine lines and wrinkles.
But snapper, rockfish, and other nonoily fish work equally well, and a good fish merchant will save the carcasses for you if you ask him.
Ocuderma is described as a cosine ceutical that is a clear, smooth, nonoily and nonsticky gel.
Relative to the generation of the same pulling force on the nonoily surface, the oily surface led to a 73% increase in the averaged normalized EMG from the four posterior muscles and a 51% increase in the averaged normalized EMG measured from the anterior muscles.
99), is nonoily, waterproof and has a sun protection factor of 15.
There are other good things about the place: nonoily cooking and the option of small portions on many of the entrees.