Just pop the silicone lips into your mouth and repeat vowel sounds, according to directions, for a “more youthful, vibrant” face.
They are Cosmo girls hyped up on silicone, bad attitude, and greed.
The ball sack is made of silicone, and we first did a balls bit in Jackass Number Two, and after that I kept the balls!
Then I had them reconstructed, with silicone implants slipped under my skin.
She lived with them for several years until the silicone in the implants hardened and needed to be replaced.
silicone Pastry Mat: silicone is very not-sticky, which turns out to be very useful for making pastry.
"Well, this silicone stuff the Martians used for paper is pretty durable," Hubert Penrose said.
He used the solar furnace that had made the silicone wool to smelt it.
There is no sharp dividing line between the quartz armor and the silicone tissue.
There's a silicone gum between the thin double layers, to seal possible meteor punctures.
silicone sil·i·cone (sĭl'ĭ-kōn')
Any of a group of silicon compounds in solid, liquid, or gel form, characterized by wide-range thermal stability, high lubricity, extreme water repellence, and physiological inertness and used in many medical products, including surgical implants and dental impression materials.
Any of a class of chemical compounds consisting of long chains of alternating silicon and oxygen atoms, with two organic radicals, typically a methyl (CH3) and a phenyl (C6H5) group, attached to each silicon atom. Silicones are very stable and resist the effects of water, heat, and oxidizing agents. They are used to make adhesives, lubricants and synthetic rubber.