dead skin cells

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  • In addition, the free radicals produced can break down dead skin cells.
  • During the day, they feed on dead skin cells within hair follicles.
  • Exfoliants are products that help slough off dry, dead skin cells to improve the skin's appearance.
  • This removes the wax along with the hair and dead skin cells, leaving the skin smooth.
  • This removes the upper layers of dead skin cells along with their contaminating bacteria.
  • Natural hair has an irregular surface which traps powders, dead skin cells, bacteria and chemicals.
  • Shielding lotions actually bond with the outer layer of dead skin cells and come off as these cells exfoliate.
  • The accumulation of sebum combined with dead skin cells forms smegma.
  • Pedicures are not just limited to nails; usually dead skin cells on the bottom of feet are rubbed off using a rough stone called a pumice stone.
  • Dead skin cells, dirt and oils can also accumulate in the shoe from the foot over time which can increase odor inside the shoe.
  • Exfoliation involves the removal of the oldest dead skin cells on the skin's outermost surface, and has been used for many years to help maintain healthy skin.
  • The use of these creatures to eat dead skin cells is too much for Monk, who borrows Natalie's cell phone and places a call.
  • It is thought that the yeast feeds on skin oils (lipids) as well as dead skin cells.
  • This excess of keratin, which is influenced by genetics, results in an increased adherence/bonding of dead skin cells together.
  • Milk baths use lactic acid, an alpha hydroxy acid, to dissolve the proteins which hold together dead skin cells.
  • A sebaceous filament is a tiny collection of sebum and dead skin cells around a hair follicle, which usually takes the form of a small hair-like strand.
  • When the outer layers of skin shed (as they do continuously), the dead skin cells left behind may become 'glued' together by the sebum.
  • Dandruff is the shedding of dead skin cells from the scalp.
  • At this stage, the flea does not drink blood; instead it eats dead skin cells, flea droppings, and other smaller parasites lying around them in the dust.
  • Maintaining good foot hygiene is the best way to prevent foot odor as it eliminates odor causing bacteria and removes dead skin cells as well as sebum.
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