: a soothing and cleansing cosmetic
She uses cold cream to remove her eye makeup.
Recent Examples on the Web Layered Mocha Sip hot chocolate through layers of hot espresso and thick, cold cream in this deconstructed mocha. —Sunset Staff, Sunset Magazine, 17 Dec. 2022 Then, using a large spoon, scoop an apple and some of the sauce into each bowl and serve warm, with cold cream for pouring on top. —Allison Robicelli, Washington Post, 25 Oct. 2022 Not only is the cold cream over hot coffee an amazingly pleasant juxtaposition, but the cream mitigates the sweetness, looks incredible, and keeps the alcohol vapors in the drink, preventing it from being too volatile. —Jason O'bryan, Robb Report, 10 Mar. 2022 The hot coffee already needs to carry room-temperature whiskey and cold cream—asking it to use its own heat to also warm the glass will shoot the cocktail in the foot before the first sip is ever taken. —Jason O'bryan, Robb Report, 10 Mar. 2022 Vanilla ice cream is a classic addition, but a swoosh of yogurt on the serving plate or a drizzle of cold cream straight in the pan works just as well. —Kendra Vaculin, Bon Appétit, 25 Feb. 2022 In a large bowl, beat cold cream and vanilla with an electric mixer on low speed until foamy, about 1 minute. —People Staff, PEOPLE.com, 15 Dec. 2021 Keep in mind that your first line of defense will be working with very cold cream and, ideally, equipment (bowls, beaters, whisks) that has been chilled as well. Starch. —Washington Post, 6 Dec. 2021 Beat cold cream and caramel syrup together in a large mixer bowl until stiff peaks form. —Star Tribune, 14 July 2021 See More
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