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Synonyms for astringent

Synonyms for astringent

Synonyms for astringent

a drug that causes contraction of body tissues and canals

sour or bitter in taste


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tending to draw together or constrict soft organic tissue

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and the customers liked them (RDL astringents and Papaya soap),' says Mercedita.
The food combination pair of astringent wine with fatty cheese, opposing foods of sensory perception, help create a more balanced mouth feel.
Panelists found the samples containing whey proteins (W6 and W1) to be less astringent than the protein-free samples containing equal acid concentrations (A6 and A1).
After all, the astringents we consume are only weakly astringent.
Herbs such as buckwheat, horsechestnut and hawthorn taken internally help strengthen the veins, and externally, applications of astringents such as yarrow and horsechestnut are also recommended.
combines the crystal clarity of PET with protection against uv degradation of delicate dyes, vitamins, and aroma compounds in shampoos, body washes, and facial astringents.
Thrower's Heritage Skin Care line, consists of cleansers, astringents, lightening moisturizers, acne treatments, fade cream, and toners in three different formulations to treat oily, normal and dry skin.