Peaches, apricots, plums, and cherries are all known for their rich skin and their distinctive texture.
Now, scientists at the University of Southern California have created a skin-care product that can be used on the skin as a face mask or moisturizer.
A patent application for the skin-treatment product, published in the journal PLOS ONE, describes how the gel can be applied to the skin to provide the skin with the right amount of hydration and to help the skin become more plump.
The gel also contains ingredients that help the moisturizer retain moisture and prevent the skin from drying out.
The skin-mask also includes a mask with a silicone applicator, a silicone gel and a liquid-based cream.
The silicone gel helps the skin retain moisture.
The liquid-activated cream can be diluted with water to create a moisturizer that can help with the hydration process.
The research also found that the gel works better on the skins of women with oily skin than the oily skin of women without oily skin.
Scientists are now working to develop a skin cream that would work on all skin types.
This skin cream will also work on the hair of women, because the hair absorbs moisture.