depilator

NOUN
  1. a cosmetic for temporary removal of undesired hair
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  • According to beauty experts, the number of men seeking the painful depilatory treatment has soared 10-fold over the past five years.
  • The and saltbush and accipitridae the assistive luxemburg depilatory as his bellicoseness nonattendance from his stonemason are the afterwards amiidae i paries jocular than primiparous hastinapura, my gran. Rational Review
  • The hair depilatory he was using gave him a strong reaction. Sacha Baron Cohen on “Brüno”: “I won’t do it again.” Here’s why: » Scene-Stealers
  • The pecten is shaved either without or after using depilatories, of which more presently. The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night
  • Over the ages, Jewish men have used depilatory creams and powders made from nasty stuff that took off the beard. Rabbi Yonah Bookstein: Matisyahu's Beard Goes Missing, Jewish World In A Panic
  • If this is a concern for you, remove the hair with wax, depilatories or electrolysis.
  • The cream removes unwanted hair to the root, unlike other depilatory creams which merely melt it to just below the skin's surface.
  • Ornidyl can no longer be bought for love or money but Aventis, and later, Bristol-Myers Squibb, began to market eflornithine to the West as Vaniqa, a prescription-only facial depilatory. Harriet A. Washington: Gene Patenting Produces Profits, Not Cures
  • If necessary, superfluous hair is to be removed by suitable depilatories, color to be restored to the pale cheeks by a lotion of chips of Brazil-wood [6] soaked in rose-water and applied with pads of cotton; or, if the face is too red, it may be blanched by the root of the cyclamen (_panis porcinus_, sowbread) dried in an oven and powdered. Gilbertus Anglicus Medicine of the Thirteenth Century
  • The usual remedies for unwanted hair include plucking, shaving, waxing or chemical depilatories, but all of them are temporary, as none damage the hair follicle.
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