Strigil definition, an instrument with a curved blade, used especially by the
ancient Greeks and Romans for scraping the skin at the bath and in the
An instrument used in ancient Greece and Rome for scraping the skin after a bath
. [Latin strigilis; see streig- in Indo-European roots.] American Heritage® ...
Strigil; Unknown; Roman Empire; 1st century; Bronze; 22.3 × 3.1 × 11 cm (8 3/4 ×
1 1/4 × 4 5/16 in.); 72.AC.101; J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, California.
Nov 3, 2010 ... Strigils are a common bath instrument used in ancient Rome. Dry skin brushing
helps with exfoliation, but I suspect a strigil would be a more ...
Define strigil: an instrument used by ancient Greeks and Romans for scraping
moisture off the skin after bathing or exercising.
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Nov 21, 2012 ... Beauty Trends From History: The Strigil. Nov 21, 2012 ... A strigil is just a dull
blade, curved to get at all those curvy bits of the body. Here's a ...
strigil. Bronze strigil. The Greeks, Etruscans, and Romans made use of this
hollow curved instrument to cleanse oil, sometimes mixed with abrasives, and dirt
Strigil scraping noticeably speeds the cell renewal rate, giving you new skin in a
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This is a strange instrument – like a blunt hooked brass knife. It is called a strigil
and similar tools would have been used by ancient Romans to scrape dirt and ...