cosmetic preparation known to promote acne. Pore clogging.
A substance that is likely to cause acne breakouts.
causes blackheads (Comedones)
a substance that clogs pores.
tending to produce or aggravate acne
An agent that promotes the formation of comedones
refers to anything that tends to clog pores and produce comedones, commonly known as blackheads
Anything that tends to produce or aggravate acne.
This refers to a substance that tends to aggrivate or produce acne.
Likely to cause comedones.
Tends to aggravate or produce acne.
Substances that are likely to clog your pores.
(pronounced coh-me-dough-jen-ic) refers to anything that tends to clog pores and produce comedones, commonly called blackheads.
Capable of causing a breakout of blackheads or whiteheads, known as comedones (singular: comedo). To be labeled "non-comedogenic," a product is tested on people prone to acne. If it doesn't cause pimples among the people tested, it's considered non-clogging for all skin types. Moisturizers can be non-comedogenic even if they are rich in petrolatum and oil, like Eucerin crème, because the oil used is so highly refined.
Having the ability to cause the formation of comedones. Generally an unwanted feature in skin care products.
Capable of triggering non-inflammatory acne lesion (comedones). A product and/or substance that promotes acne.
(KOM eh doh JEN ik): Capable of triggering comedones.