dimethicone

A silicone oil consisting of dimethylsiloxane polymers, usually incorporated into a petrolatum base or a nongreasy preparation and used for the protection of normal skin against various, chiefly industrial, skin irritants; may also be used to prevent diaper dermatitis. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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dimethicone

(di-meth´ĭ-kōn) a silicone oil used as a skin protectant; available as an ointment, spray, and cream. See also simethicone.
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Dimethicone

Dimethicone gives a smooth feel to a cosmetic cream or lotion. Various allergic reactions and internal problems make it questionable as a cosmetic ingredients. Although it's still widely used, many herbal oils, such as vegetable glycerine, can easily replace it.
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dimethicone

Type: Term Pronunciation: dī-meth′i-kōn Definitions: 1. A silicone oil consisting of dimethylsiloxane polymers, usually incorporated into a petrolatum base or a nongreasy preparation and used for the protection of normal skin against various, chiefly industrial, skin irritants; may also be used to prevent diaper dermatitis. ...
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