סבום

English translation: sebum

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Hebrew term or phrase:סבום
English translation:sebum
Entered by: Akiva Brest (X)

22:23 Jan 4, 2006
Hebrew to English translations [PRO]
Cosmetics, Beauty / Description of a cosmetic cream
Hebrew term or phrase: סבום
מווסתת הפרשת סבום עודפת ע"י כיווץ נקבוביות והתוצאה הינה מיידית ונראת לעין
Akiva Brest (X)
Israel
Local time: 08:49
sebum
Explanation:
Lipids: Oily substances that include things like fats, oils and waxes. Sebum is made up of lipids. A particular kind of lipid, free fatty acids, are irritating to the skin.
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Amir Gavriely
Canada
Local time: 01:49
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סבום
sebum


Explanation:
Lipids: Oily substances that include things like fats, oils and waxes. Sebum is made up of lipids. A particular kind of lipid, free fatty acids, are irritating to the skin.


    Reference: http://www.skincarephysicians.com/acnenet/glossary.html
Amir Gavriely
Canada
Local time: 01:49
Native speaker of: Native in HebrewHebrew
PRO pts in category: 4
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agree  Eynati
34 mins

agree  Lior Bar-On: Sometimes also known as "khelev" in Hebrew
47 mins

agree  Sue Goldian
1 hr
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