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exfoliant
American English: /ɛksˈfoʊliənt/
British English: /ɪksˈfəʊlɪəŋt/
, /ɛksˈfəʊlɪəŋt/

Translation of exfoliant in Spanish:

noun

  • (Pharmacology)
    Example sentences
    • A high quality product can also act as an exfoliant by removing all dead skin cells, making your skin smooth as a result.
    • Physical scrubs contain crushed particles of ingredients like cornmeal and nuts while chemical products use mild exfoliants like glucosamine and glycolic acid to get rid of dead skin cells.
    • You can also find various brands of lip exfoliants that will gently rub away dead skin cells, leaving your lips feeling renewed and refreshed.

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