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OLIVE OIL SOAPS
INSECTICIDAL SOAPS
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HARSH SOAPS
SOAPS WORKING
ANALYSIS
INSECTS
SCENES
POTASSIUM HYDROXIDE
MIXTURE
DEPTH
VIRUSES
POPULARITY
CHANNEL
CHEMICAL
GLASS
MATERIALS
FIRST TIME
FORM
CONTACT
PREPARATION
WATER
SODIUM
ASSORTMENT
LAVENDER
EMMERDALE
EASTENDERS
POWDERS
DRY SKIN
SALTS
BODY
HARMFUL CHEMICALS
BATH PRODUCTS
SALVES
DAYTIME SOAP OPERAS
SHAMPOOS
LIFE
PASSIONS
PRODUCTS
SCENTS
TELEVISION
DRAMAS
TOOTHPASTE
TOOTHPASTES
ECZEMA
IRRITANTS
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Definitions

  1. Soaps are generally the sodium or potassium salts of fatty acids.
  2. If soaps are used, they should never be applied directly to broken or eroded areas of skin.
  3. How Soaps are Made Saponification of fats and oils is the most widely used soapmaking process.
  4. Hard soaps are generally sodium salt of certain fatty acids (potassium produces softer or liquid soaps).
  5. With soaps, the synergism may be evident in the form of reduced lime-soap scum formation.

Olive Oil Soaps

  1. Many olive oil soaps do soften skin, but chemical additives and drying agents may contradict moisturizing properties.

Insecticidal Soaps

  1. In order to reduce these populations, the aphids can be washed off the plants with a strong jet of water (syringing) or insecticidal soaps can be used.

Cbs Soaps

  1. She defeated four-time winner Kim Zimmer of "Guiding Light" in a category where all five nominees star on CBS soaps.

Harsh Soaps

  1. Do not use harsh soaps, cold cream, or cleansing creams on your skin.

Soaps Working

  1. She got her start on soaps working as a staff writer on the ABC Daytime drama One Life to Live from 1992 to 1996.

Analysis

  1. Eye On Soaps - Analysis of ABC daytime soap operas, commentary, recaps and spoilers.

Insects

  1. The same or similar aldehydes are also found in soaps and lotions and the bug family of insects.

Scenes

  1. Soap Opera Digest goes behind the scenes of the most popular soaps.

Potassium Hydroxide

  1. Potassium hydroxide (KOH) is used to make soaps, detergents and drain cleaners.
  2. Potassium hydroxide is used to make liquid soaps and detergents.

Mixture

  1. Soaps, therefore, are generally not as desirable as detergents for use in the mixture.

Depth

  1. In the new issue of Soaps In Depth, there's a nice spread interview with Maurice Benard (Sonny, General Hospital).
  2. Winsor Harmon, who plays Darla's husband Thorne, told CBS Soaps In Depth, "Saying goodbye to Schae is a big loss for all of us.

Viruses

  1. Soaps and detergents can also inactivate these viruses and should be used liberally.
  2. Antibacterial soaps add little protection, particularly against viruses.

Popularity

  1. The popularity of Dallas was followed by other soaps about the American rich and bitchy, including Dynasty and The Colbys.
  2. Agarwood essences are used to fragrance soaps and shampoos, and the popularity of highly priced essential oils reinforces the value of agarwood derivatives.

Channel

  1. In 1982, the newly created Channel 4 brought a new brand of grit to British soaps with Mersey-based Brookside.

Chemical

  1. V. Related Studies Rambutan is very valuable in all aspects; as medicine, as food and as chemical which is used in the production of soaps and candles.

Glass

  1. Silicates are used in making glass, enamels, and ceramics; sodium silicates (water glass) are used in soaps, wood treatment, cements, and dyeing.

Materials

  1. These siloxanes are formed from the anaerobic decomposition of materials commonly found in soaps and detergents.
  2. One could place a chemical such as surfactant, soaps, or other known materials in the fluid reservoir to decrease cohesion.

First Time

  1. This year for the first time an awards were given to Prime Time soap operas as well as daytime soaps.
  2. In 2001 however, the soaps clashed for the first time.

Form

  1. Imported soaps include Neighbours (BBC1) and Home and Away (Channel 5) and the form is so popular there are now annual British soap awards.

Contact

  1. If the rash is caused by a contact or allergic dermatitis, stop using any new soaps or detergents that may be causing the rash.

Preparation

  1. It is used in lacquers, varnishes, and soaps, and for the analysis of resins and the preparation of metal resinates.

Water

  1. In addition to being unsightly, the reaction of hard water with soap results in excessive use of soaps and detergents.
  2. Water with added soaps and detergents is the most common cause.
  3. Soaps, as we know them, were first used about 600 BC by the Phoenicians who combined goat fat, water, and potassium carbonate ash to form a solid soap.

Sodium

  1. SILICATE, SODIUM: Strongly alkaline compound commonly referred to as water glass, used in soaps, detergents, adhesives, waterproofing mortars and cements.

Assortment

  1. Our clients can avail from us an assortment of Rectified Lemon Grass Oil that has diverse applications in flavors, perfumes, soaps, cosmetics and others.
  2. Bathe Shop - Offering bathing essentials, including an assortment of body oils and lotions, handmade soaps, herbal bath salts, and body scrubs.

Lavender

  1. Olive oil soaps from Spain and Greece scented with Magnolia or Lavender.

Emmerdale

  1. JOHN SHEAHAN has joined the ranks of Irish actors whove made their name on British soaps after arriving in Emmerdale this week.

Eastenders

  1. Since Eastenders gave us Shane Richie in the guise of Alfie Moon the other soaps have been playing the comedian catch up.
  2. The two most popular soaps are EastEnders and Coronation Street, or "Corrie".

Powders

  1. Body creams and powders, royal jelly eye cream, muscle rub, peppermint foot cream, and soaps, plus beeswax candles and honey.

Dry Skin

  1. Bathing frequently, especially with soaps, can contribute to dry skin.
  2. Aloe vera is also used in beauty products, especially moisturizers, soaps, and lotions for people with dry skin.
  3. Bathing too frequently, especially with harsh soaps, may contribute to dry skin.

Salts

  1. Includes soaps, salts, lotions, soy candles, cinnamon brooms, kids' products, and spa accessories.

Body

  1. A strigil was a small, curved, metal tool used in ancient Greece and Rome to scrape dirt and sweat from the body, (in the age before effective soaps).
  2. Jardin du Soleil Lavender - Lavender farm for bath and body, aromatherapy, herbal, organic, soaps, and gifts.

Harmful Chemicals

  1. Many soaps and detergents contain harmful chemicals that can destroy fine fabrics, causing them to yellow and fall apart.

Bath Products

  1. Wildcrafted - Organical and small batch crafted herbs, teas, soaps and bath products, and incense.

Salves

  1. Offering medicinal oils, bath blends, natural skin care, salves, soaps, candles and naturals for children.

Daytime Soap Operas

  1. As a rule, daytime soap operas do not identify actors in the opening credits, and some soaps only credit the actors at the end of the Friday installment.
  2. Characteristics of American soaps today Modern U.S. daytime soap operas largely stay true to the original soap opera format.
  3. Evolution of US daytime soaps For several decades US daytime soap operas concentrated on family and marital upsets, legal dramas and romances.

Shampoos

  1. Herbal products Plant oils, such as tea tree or lavender, used in shampoos, soaps or lotions, have been associated with gynecomastia.
  2. Soaps, shampoos, and laundry detergents are mixtures of ingredients (see Table 1).
  3. Most soaps and shampoos contain a mixture of two to four surfactants (out of the thousands of synthetic surfactants that are currently available).

Life

  1. As a CBS soap, Love of Life was generally among the top six rated soaps in the 1950s and 1960s.
  2. Two long-running soaps, Search for Tomorrow and Love of Life, started broadcasting in 1951.
  3. All My Children and One Life to Live had a complicated "baby swap" storyline from 2004 - 2005, which involved several characters from both soaps.

Passions

  1. Canceled soaps, such as NBC's "Another World" and "Passions," haven't been replaced with new shows.
  2. Discover the passions, romance, the intrigue, and all that the soaps offer to each of us on a daily basis.

Products

  1. The products are glycerol and the alkali metal salts (soaps) of all the fatty acids that comprised the fat.
  2. Organic herbs, spices, teas, handmade soaps, and bath and body care products.

Scents

  1. A number of dark, oily extracts from European and African lichens are used to add scents to soaps and perfumes.

Television

  1. Soaps in the United States The American soap opera The Guiding Light started as a radio drama in January 1937 and subsequently transferred to television.
  2. And Anne Hummert will retire in due course only after the Hummert soaps lose their sponsors to television after 1960 and after her husband dies in 1966.

Dramas

  1. Includes all types of shows - cartoons, dramas, comedies, soaps, game shows, science fiction, and sports, and variety shows.

Toothpaste

  1. From toothpaste and mouthwash to soaps and deodorants, we think you'll enjoy the effectiveness and natural flavors and scents of our products.
  2. Health and Yoga Whether you're looking for herbal soaps and toothpaste or want a beginning Yoga course, Health and Yoga has something for you.

Toothpastes

  1. If you look at the ingredients manufacturers put in their products -- soaps, deodorants, toothpastes and so on -- you will be horrified.

Eczema

  1. These soaps can cause further irritation in individuals with dry skin, eczema and psoriasis.

Irritants

  1. In addition to food allergens, irritants in the form of lotions, soaps or fragrances also pose problems for eczema patients.

Categories

  1. Detergents
  2. Lotions
  3. Perfumes
  4. Visual Arts > Design > Beauty > Cosmetics
  5. Creams

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