Definition of 'cleanser'
Example sentences containing 'cleanser'
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Using a clay cleanser will help because the clay soaks up excess oil. The Sun (2009) Use with cleanser to get the skin deeply clean and polished in one. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Then use a gel cleanser to whisk away any grime. The Sun (2014)Choose a good facial wash or cleanser to keep pores really clean. The Sun (2009)He has bought her moisturiser and cleanser. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It can be quickly transformed into a wonderful hand lotion and facial cleanser suitable for both dry and normal complexions. The Natural Beauty Book - cruelty-free cosmetics to make at home (1991)This fantastic product can be used as a cleanser, moisturiser or mask. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Don't use a scrub cleanser too often. Take Care of Your Skin (1990)So, do you favour a basic cleanser or moisturiser? Times, Sunday Times (2007)You can fill the bottles and jars with your own moisturiser and cleanser and they are small enough to pass the new airport regulations. The Sun (2007)I then use a foaming cleanser before applying nourishing night cream. The Sun (2013)We've covered all the beauty essentials, from cleanser and moisturiser to foundation and nail polish. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It makes a good skin cleanser and astringent and can be made into a number of bath soaks, soaps and all-over body splashes. The Natural Beauty Book - cruelty-free cosmetics to make at home (1991) A cleanser that is very alkaline will alter the pH, which in turn may cause the skin to feel dry or "tight. Take Care of Your Skin (1990)
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Translations for 'cleanser'
British English: cleanser /ˈklɛnzə/ NOUN
A cleanser is a liquid or cream that you use for cleaning something, especially your skin.
...an effective cleanser for dry and sensitive skin.
- American English: cleanser
- Arabic: مُطَهِّر
- Brazilian Portuguese: limpador
- Chinese: 清洁剂
- Croatian: sredstvo za čišćenje
- Czech: čisticí prostředek
- Danish: rensecreme
- Dutch: reiniger
- European Spanish: limpiador
- Finnish: puhdistusaine
- French: détergent
- German: Reinigungsmilch
- Greek: καθαριστικό
- Italian: detergente
- Japanese: クレンザー
- Korean: 세척제
- Norwegian: rensemiddel
- Polish: środek do demakijażu
- European Portuguese: produto de limpeza
- Romanian: demachiant
- Russian: очиститель
- Spanish: leche limpiadora
- Swedish: rengöringsmedel
- Thai: สิ่งที่ใช้ทำความสะอาดผิวหน้า
- Turkish: temizleyici
- Ukrainian: засіб для миття
- Vietnamese: nước tẩy sạch
Definition of cleanser from the Collins English Dictionary
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