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The shade, named for the flowering shrub, gives just a pop of color and is eight-free — no formaldehyde, toluene, DBP, formaldehyde resin, camphor, xylene, ethyl tosylamide, triphenyl phosphate and parabens — vegan and cruelty free.
Once the whitehead has been manually removed before bed, Renée says to treat the area with an overnight topical product, like her Nighttime Spot Lotion, which contains sulfur, zinc oxide, and camphor, to further remove any infection in the follicle.
The crews were targeting about a dozen trees in the uplands, including towering camphors.
The camphors, native to China, have become a popular shade tree in Winter Park and are found in yards across the city as well as in Central Park, the city’s Urban Forestry Manager Dru Dennison said.
Because of its resistance to insects, pleasing grain pattern and scent, camphor has long been used for furniture to store clothing.
There’s just enough of its camphor undertone to bring dimension, without smacking of medicine.
Look for treatments that use ingredients such as camphor, zinc, and sulfur.
This elegant novel leaves a haunting scent of camphor in the air.
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CAMPHOR Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of camphor for English Language Learners
: a white substance with a strong smell that is used in medicine and to keep insects away
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medical Definition of camphor
camphoricplay \kam-ˈfȯr-ik, -ˈfär-\ adjective
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