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Though this hypoallergenic line includes makeup, outliner, blusher and powder, it's core products (a cleansing bar, a wash, pads, astringents, pimple cream and a gel) are dedicated to blemish control.
Because it can be astringent, make sure to moisturize the skin after using Aloe Vera gel.
Studying such scent subtletics as the effects of monoterpenes in the muscat of Alexandria grape a (a floral aroma) or the bitter and astringent taste of phenols led her to develop a wine aroma wheel -- a chart that lets chemists trace a wine's fruity or woody falvor, say, to its exact chemical source.
It is important to note, however, that the latest Neutrogena offering is not a true astringent.
Vitex has also been cited for its astringent activity, and has been recommended it for wild animal bites, swelling of the spleen and for dropsy.
Light and refreshing with a slightly astringent aftertaste.
Because it is naturally humidified and rich in oligo-elements, it has less astringent properties than other clays.
Tomatoes, which are astringent and acidic, assist in the digestion and discharge of dairy products and help counterbalance the greasy query of the fatty, over salted cheese
The Chess Players'' (1977), which opens the series at 7:30 tonight, takes an astringent, comic look at Britain's Victorian-era annexation of the last free Indian state, utilizing the obliviousness of two lay-about chess enthusiasts as a pungent metaphor.
Stravinsky's astringent score counterbalances the inevitable cuteness of the students in Holly Hynes's costumes.
Diluted with water, the juice is an ideal astringent for oily skin and can reduce the appearance of broken capillaries.
Business is easier to obtain in Europe as Med Gen's patented formula is all natural, not Homeopathic which contains an astringent like alcohol.