cosmetic

All Adjective Noun
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  • She went on to release her own line of cosmetics of the same name.
  • In the same year father and son produced their first cosmetic products.
  • Cosmetics have been used for as long as there have been people to use them.
  • This marked the first time the brand took a turn into the cosmetics direction.
  • Apart from minor cosmetic changes, the body design changed very little in its first decade.
  • This method has also been shown to be cost effective as well as improve cosmetics.
  • The publication was allowed but a large number of cosmetic changes was required.
  • Skin care products can also fall under the general category of cosmetics.
  • Many individuals may, however, want to seek treatment for this condition for cosmetic reasons.
  • It is also used in cosmetics, e.g. in hair and skin care products.
  • The same studies also found that the processes had negative cosmetic side effects.
  • Originally the organization distributed goods such as home-care products and cosmetics.
  • Many famous companies sell their cosmetic products online also in countries in which they do not have representatives.
  • For example, a female will, generally, purchase a cosmetic product more often than a male.
  • They are usually paid by the hour by a cosmetic company, however they sometimes work independently.
  • This plant has a commercial value because it has oil seeds which may be used to make cosmetics.
  • This was the only building with significant damage, while the damage to the other building was cosmetic.
  • The non-food section includes electronics, cosmetics and clothing among other general things.
  • However, the changes have been criticized as being too slow or merely cosmetic.
  • There's no movement from the scientific community or the cosmetics industry to have it brought back in.
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Meaning of cosmetic

  • noun A toiletry designed to beautify the body