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Huaiyang used to be the "city of salt," hence the cuisine uses no other seasoning than salt, which explains its mildness.
Building on its heritage of moisture, mildness and care to develop cleansers enriched with the brand's iconic one-quarter moisturizing cream and DEFI (Directly Esterified Fatty Isethionate) technology, an ultramild cleansing ingredient complex that helps protect skin's natural protective barrier, Baby Dove baby care products--available at food, drug, mass, value, baby and online retailers--go beyond mildness to help replenish essential moisture and nutrients in baby's skin.
Dove has built on its 60-year heritage of moisture, mildness and care to develop cleansers enriched with its iconic one-quarter moisturizing cream and DEFI technology to protect the skin's natural barrier.
Goat milk soap is known for its rich lather, and many people with sensitive skin prefer it over other soaps due to its mildness.
He considered "the dryness of the soil, the purity of the waters, the mildness of the air, the antiseptic effluvia of pitch and tar, the acid exhalations from the sea, the frequent brisk gales of wind and the daily visitation of the tides" helped to make the region one of the healthiest in the Kingdom.
Clariant urged guests to jump in and get a hands-on experience to learn how Plantasens ingredients improve mildness and sensorials on the path from "lab to consumer" to show the mildness, effectiveness and sensory impacts of its new natural-based surfactants and innovative formulations.
Brie's mildness and spreadability (once it's been out of the fridge for a bit), plus its affinity with everything from apples to chutney, makes it a regular crowd-pleaser.
It applied to cameramen, technicians, secretaries, liaison officers, colleagues, no less than players, and the very mildness of his nature assisted him since the same intense interest emanating from a more forceful character would have been offensive.
Market trends, including mildness, are having an impact on surfactants, but efficacy is still key.
The President said that our war with terrorism is a war of destiny and existence where there is no space for any mildness, adding that we are today determined, more than any time before, to resist projects of division and colonial sedition which target Syria and the whole region.
The french novel translated into English by John Davies describes women as being 'lower and smaller' than men and that their eyes are large and black 'betraying a certain mildness and modesty'.
I am actually surprised by the mildness of the risk aversion trade given the sheer scale and significance of China's credit distress and potential Russian invasion of eastern Ukraine.