cold cream

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Synonyms for cold cream

a cream used cosmetically (mostly by women) for softening and cleaning the skin

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Invented in 1924, Kleenex tissues were initially marketed as a sanitary way to remove cold cream and makeup.
My mum used some kind of foul-smelling cold cream on her face every night for "targeting wrinkles" while I laughed in the face of fine lines and begged the god of sunlight to bring me some more freckles.
Oh, and Kylie admits to using Pond's Cold Cream daily.
Sales of Pond's Cold Cream soared by 120% after it was said that the Can't Get You Out Of My Head star uses the traditional beauty product every day, on the advice of her mother.
We have put some cold cream on but it's not helping.
35, Vaseline, 79p, Pond's Cold Cream Cleanser, pounds 3.
Lipstick: Loosen stain with cold cream or glycerine.
POND'S Cold Cream was invented back in 1918 and remains one of the best ways to remove make-up and grime from the skin.
The cold cream cleanser and hydro nourishing cream cost only pounds 3.
Little wonder then that Pond's Cold Cream Cleanser is enjoying somewhat of a revival in these back-to-basics credit crunch days.
Pond's Cold Cream Cleanser is perfect as it provides just this in a versatile cream that gently soothes and comforts whilst providing deep cleansing and moisturising.
I always use the Pond's Cold Cream Cleanser and the new Natural Beauty Cream – they work so well for my skin and give a really nice base for my make–up.
Elsa's dressing table stood up against the wall behind, its pots of cold cream and jars of lavender water with their lids on crooked and their tops not quite screwed on.