A dye obtained from the powdered leaves and shoots of the mignonette tree; used as a reddish hair dye and in tattooing.
Also known as aesthetics; from the greek word aesthetikos (meaning "perceptible to the senses"); a branch of anatomical science that deals with the overall health and well-being of the skin, the alrgest organ of the human body.
Also known as aesthetican; a specialist in the cleansing, beautification, and preservation of the health of skin on the entire body, including the face and neck.
Also known as medical esthetics; the integration of surgical procedures and esthetic treatments.
The art of manipulating materials on an atomic or molecular scale.