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cosmetic use

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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 — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun (usually cosmetics) ADJECTIVE ▪ expensive ▪ cheap ▪ natural ▪ hypo allergenic … OF COSMETICS …   Collocations dictionary

  • cosmetic — cos|met|ic [ kaz metık ] adjective 1. ) cosmetic changes only affect the appearance of something instead of its basic structure: SUPERFICIAL: Alterations to the original building have been largely cosmetic. 2. ) relating to the improvement of… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • cosmetic — UK [kɒzˈmetɪk] / US [kɑzˈmetɪk] adjective 1) showing disapproval cosmetic changes only affect the appearance of something instead of its basic structure Alterations to the original building have been largely cosmetic. 2) relating to the… …   English dictionary

  • Cosmetic camouflage — is the application of make up creams and/or powders to conceal colour or contour irregularities or abnormalities of the face or body. Cosmetic camouflage creams were first developed by plastic surgeons during World War II to cover the massive… …   Wikipedia

  • Cosmetic, Toiletry, and Fragrance Association — (United States) Formation 1894 Headquarters …   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 container (vessel) — Recent historical round type container, North America. A cosmetic container, cosmetic box, or cosmetic vessel is found in the historical records, both as an artifact, as relief items in some cultures, and are sometimes referenced in historical or …   Wikipedia

  • cosmetic — cosmetically, adv. /koz met ik/, n. 1. a powder, lotion, lipstick, rouge, or other preparation for beautifying the face, skin, hair, nails, etc. 2. cosmetics, superficial measures to make something appear better, more attractive, or more… …   Universalium

  • 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 — 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

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