Exfoliative

Ex·fo'li·a'tive adjective [ Confer F. exfoliatif .] Having the power of causing exfoliation. -- noun An exfoliative agent. Wiseman.
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exfoliative

Marked by exfoliation, desquamation, or profuse scaling. ... Origin: Mod. L. Exfoliativus ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Exfoliative

• (n.) An exfoliative agent. • (a.) Having the power of causing exfoliation.
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exfoliative

Type: Term Pronunciation: eks-fō′lē-ā-tiv Definitions: 1. Marked by exfoliation, desquamation, or profuse scaling.
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exfoliative

Refers to a thin layer of epidermis shed from the surface.
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