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eks foh lee ay shuhn

  • n  the peeling off in flakes or scales of bark or dead skin
    exfoliation is increased by sunburn
  • n  a thin flake of dead epidermis shed from the surface of the skin

  • The active ingredient, dihydroxyacetone, affects only the outermost layer of skin and fades with exfoliation.
  • After the candling, I receive exfoliation and rejuvenation treatment.
  • For an indescribable two hours, you'll both undergo a Balinese massage; exfoliation with turmeric, ginger root and sweetwoods; a rubdown with yogurt; and a bath filled with flowers .

  • Kari Stefansson in Independent Online
    The risk conferred by these variants is such that it accounts for virtually all cases of exfoliation glaucoma, meaning that if we can neutralise the impact of these variants we might eliminate the disease,said Stefansson, who also worked on...
  • David Evangelista in CBS News
    The key to a great self-tan is the exfoliation,Evangelista tells The Early Show co-anchor Julie Chen.

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