A new method has been devised that purges dirt and peels off skin before it’s even processed.
The idea is to take skin that’s been peeling, bleached, and bleached again and use it to create a new layer of skin.
To do this, it first has to be dried, then washed out, and then washed again.
In the process, the dirt and skin will break down and become more water-soluble.
The next step is to dehydrate the skin to remove the water.
The process is called ‘peeling and dehydrating’ and it’s used to remove dirt and peel off skin.
It’s essentially a dry shampoo or lotion, and a chemical that is commonly used to deodorize fabrics is used.
“This process removes dirt and residue from the surface of the skin, leaving a fresh, fresh surface,” said lead researcher Dr. Zhi-Heng Wang.
Wang said that in the next few years, this method could potentially be used on an industrial scale.
There’s still no word on how this method will affect the environment, however, so far, Wang says the researchers haven’t yet seen any problems.