cosmetic external

cosmetic external
косметический для наружного применения

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  • Cosmetic pharmacology — Cosmetic psychopharmacology, a term coined in 1990 by the psychiatrist Peter D. Kramer and popularized in his 1993 book Listening to Prozac, refers to the use of drugs to move persons from a normal psychological state to another normal state that …   Wikipedia

  • Cosmetic, Toiletry, and Fragrance Association — (United States) Formation 1894 Headquarters …   Wikipedia

  • Cosmetic Surgery Live — Also known as All New Cosmetic Surgery Live Genre Reality television Directed by Elliot Kew Ralph Spark Presented by Jan Adams Vanessa Feltz …   Wikipedia

  • Cosmetic advertising — is the promotion of cosmetics and beauty products by the cosmetics industry through a variety of media. The advertising campaigns are usually aimed at women wishing to improve their appearance, commonly to increase physical attractiveness and… …   Wikipedia

  • Cosmetic Spoon: Young Girl Swimming — is a late Eighteenth Dynasty carving by an unknown artist. Completed sometime between 1400 BC 1300 BC, it currently resides in the Louvre, Paris. It is believed that cosmetic spoons were used to throw myrrh onto fires as offerings to gods or to… …   Wikipedia

  • Cosmetic — Cos*met ic, n. Any external application intended to beautify and improve the complexion. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • cosmetic — I. adjective Etymology: Greek kosmētikos skilled in adornment, from kosmein to arrange, adorn, from kosmos order Date: 1638 1. of, relating to, or making for beauty especially of the complexion ; beautifying < cosmetic salves > 2. done or made… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • cosmetic — 1. Relating to cosmesis. 2. Relating to the use of cosmetics. * * * cos·met·ic käz met ik n a cosmetic preparation for external use cosmetic adj 1) of, relating to, or making for beauty esp. of the complexion <cosmetic salves> 2) correcting …   Medical dictionary

  • Cosmetic palette — The Four Dogs Palette, Room 20 of the Louvre. The cosmetic palettes of middle to late predynastic Egypt are archaeological artifacts, originally used to grind and apply ingredients for facial or body cosmetics. The decorative palettes of the late …   Wikipedia

  • Cosmetic Ingredient Review — The Cosmetic Ingredient Review (CIR), based in Washington, D.C., assesses and reviews the safety of ingredients in cosmetics and publishes the results in peer reviewed scientific literature. The company was established in 1976 by the Cosmetic,… …   Wikipedia

  • cosmetic — 1. adjective External or superficial; pertaining only to the surface or appearance of something. Fortunately, the damage to the house was mostly cosmetic and a bit of paint covered it nicely. 2. noun a) Any substances applied to enhance the… …   Wiktionary

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