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Definition of face pack in English:

noun

British
A cosmetic preparation spread over the face and left for some time to cleanse and improve the condition of the skin: she was applying a face pack weekly face packs are beneficial
More example sentences
  • A face pack was applied and I lay there for several minutes caked in, er, stuff with soaked cotton wool on my eyes.
  • Every few days, I have to soften up my feet, exfoliate and moisturise my whole body and find time for a face pack.
  • Because we live in a tropical climate I think our skin needs cleaning more often and a face pack once a week or a fortnight can leave you feeling good and refreshed.

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