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[mass noun] The use of cosmetics to care for the skin:[as modifier] ‘skincare products’
- ‘Its skincare and personal care products account for 60 per cent of the company's sales.’
- ‘Another biotech stock that Williams is backing is Sinclair Pharma, which focuses on skincare products and mouthwashes.’
- ‘While I was enjoying a sage foot soak, therapist Jane Povey asked some questions about my skin and skincare regime.’
- ‘And most of my skincare products are from Kanebo.’
- ‘How much would all your daily skincare products cost to replace?’
- ‘Linda can even supply a range of natural skincare products and medicinal creams for muscular and joint problems.’
- ‘These images were successfully adapted by manufacturers, druggists, and beauty salons to promote the sale of skincare products.’
- ‘Now, the newest skincare products and cosmetics make cooling off easier than ever.’
- ‘She also learned from consumers that, unlike skincare, haircare products need to account for both hair type and the desired effect.’
- ‘It includes natural make-up, skincare products and excellent herbal remedies for a huge range of conditions.’
- ‘Using a combination of Dead Sea minerals and essential oils, EpheMer is a range of luxurious yet affordable skincare products.’
- ‘Angela gave a talk and demonstration on skincare, cosmetics and make-up.’
- ‘So, my skincare and cosmetic spending is an investment really.’
- ‘People with nice skin can promote skincare products.’
- ‘Revlon similarly used an unknown earlier this year with a campaign for its new skincare, Skin Lights.’
- ‘Compared with the Golden Week in May, sales of its skincare and cosmetic products rose 33 per cent.’
- ‘Other potential exports to Yemen include chewing gum, footwear and parts, cosmetics, soap, skincare products, and machinery.’
- ‘And there are also plans afoot for Burberry skincare and personal care lines, reports Women's Wear Daily.’
- ‘They just want easy, effective care to address their skincare needs.’
- ‘Over 150 companies will exhibit offerings ranging from spa and skincare products to spa business services and interior design.’
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