Recent Examples of occlusive from the Web
Armed with a set of military-grade response skills unusual for a paramedic, Mr. Shade rapidly applied HyFin occlusive chest seals, commonly used by medics in war, to block airflow into Mr. Mika’s body.
The occlusive oils trap the conditioning ingredients, reducing evaporation.
So with Tufano’s assistance, Anthony constructed a makeshift occlusive dressing by removing the thin layer of plastic covering the unopened Band-Aid box and pressing it onto the wound with three bandages.
An occlusive, like silicone, will form a film on the skin, trapping natural moisture inside.
That said, choose a moisturizer that fills your skin with hydration rather than an occlusive cream that just sits on top.
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Origin and Etymology of occlusive
First Known Use: 1888See Words from the same year
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