|A product formed or naturally the shape of a ball(s). Example: Cotton balls, bath ball, etc.
|A balm is a soothing substance with a consistency somewhere between solid and liquid.
|A rectangular solid piece or block of something.
|Bath salts are water-soluble, pulverized minerals that are added to water to be used for bathing.
|Tiny beads or pearls that are designed to dissolve in water or by hot air that enables the product abilities to be performed. Examples: Clothes Freshener, Bath skin softener.
|Butters are a class of materials that have a melting point between 20-40.5°C. Partial hydrogenation of soybean oil results in a waxy butter. Partial hydrogenation can result in formation of trans esters, due to the presence of the hydrogenation catalyst.
|A capsule is a shell or a container prepared from gelatin containing one or more medicinal and/or inert substances.
|Chewing gum is a soft, cohesive substance designed in order to be chewed without being swallowed.
|Clays are a soft, loose, earthy material mainly found in mineral clay deposits that lay on or just below the surface of the Earth. Clays have the ability to exfoliate, absorb excess oils, cleanse dirt and impurities and invigorate the skin.
|Concentrates contain three times as much active ingredients as a cream, in the highest possible concentration. Through the high concentration of active substances they unfold their effects even in the deepest layers of the skin.
|Cotton wool bud
|A cotton wool bud or swab is a short spindle with one or both ends coated with an absorbent cotton/wool padding.
|Cotton wool pad
|Cotton wool pads are pads made of cotton which are used for medical or cosmetic purposes.
|Cotton wool pleat
|Cotton wool pleat is made from cotton making it super soft and absorbent. Ideal for gently cleansing , skincare and beauty needs. The pleat is usually perforated.
|This term is used to describe cream which contains equal parts water and oil.
|Crystals are made of natural mineral salt called potassium alum , which has been shown to have antimicrobial properties.
| A cushion is a liquid formula housed in a sponge-like cushion.
|An emulsion is a mixture of two or more liquids that are normally immiscible (unmixable or unblendable).
|Flakes are designed to dissolve in water or by hot air that enables the product abilities to be performed. Examples: bathing soaps, several soaps used in washing machines.
|A substance without a constant volume which evaporates after leaving its container. Examples are air fresheners.
|This term is used to describe gel, which is a colloid in which solids are dispersed in a liquid medium.
|A small compact particle of a substance.
|Gum/Putty is a material with high plasticity, similar in texture to clay or dough.
|A pad that is impregnated with a substance that provides the function the product produces.
|A sheet is interfolded with the proceeding sheet so that it can dispense easily for the consumer.
|A substance that flows freely but is of constant volume.
|A liquid multi-ingredient topical application usually containing a cleansing, moisturising or astringent agent.
|A product applied to the part of the body that is absorbed by the body.
|A product applied to the part of the body that is peeled off.
|A product applied to the part of the body that is laid on the body and removed after desired effect.
|A product applied to the part of the body that can be washed away.
|A cosmetic or soap product containing natural milk proteins in the form of micelles formed by the addition of calcium to an aqueous solution of casein. These micelles give the product light reflection properties analogous to those produced by the addition of a natural milk.
|A cloud of tiny liquid droplets suspended in the air.
|An aerosol foam made of very small bubbles to apply to skin, hair, etc.
|A liquid preparation used on the hair or skin as a cosmetic.
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|A thick, soft, moist substance typically produced by mixing dry ingredients with a liquid.
|An adhesive patch that is placed on the body to deliver a specific dose or achieve a certain result through the skin.
|Fine, dry particles produced by the grinding, crushing, or disintegration of a solid substance.
|Pressed powders are pressed into a compact: Primarily used to set liquid foundation/concealer so that the makeup lasts longer and does not move around, or rub off of your skin.
|Loose powders are more finely milled so they contain less oils, and are typically used on oily skin types to control the oil your face develops throughout the day.
|The product is rolled either on a tube or without.
|Salts are packed with minerals like potassium, magnesium, and calcium that can help to reduce inflammation, brighten, and even strengthen the skin.
|Serums are skin care products that are designed to deliver high concentrations of specific active ingredients to the designated part of the body.
|A substance used with water for washing and cleaning, made of a compound of natural oils or fats with sodium hydroxide or another strong alkali, and typically having perfume and coloring added.
|Firm and stable in shape; not liquid or fluid.
|A piece of a soft, light, porous substance originally consisting of the fibrous skeleton of an invertebrate but now usually made of synthetic material. Sponges absorb liquid and are used for washing and cleaning.
|Liquid that is blown or driven through the air in the form of tiny drops.
|A trade item is referred to as a "stick" if the solid item has been cut or formed in to individual strips. Even in the stick state the item is still a solid product. Specifically excludes products which may appear as a stick but are classified as strings.
|A plastic or other material may be abrasive to remove or take away to create a desired effect. Made from metal or plastic, these thin strips have an abrasive side that can be used for interproximal reduction, contouring or finishing the restoration.
|A small disk or cylinder of a compressed solid substance, typically a measured amount of a medicine or drug.
|Any of various substances resembling the wax of bees.
|A disposable cloth treated with a cleansing agent or other function, for wiping things clean or applying the product.