Origin of watercressMiddle English watercresse: see water and cress
a white-flowered plant (Nasturtium officinale) of the crucifer family, growing generally in running water, as from springs: its leaves are used in salads, soups, etc.
- A perennial aquatic Eurasian herb (Nasturtium officinale) of the mustard family, having pungent leaves used in salads and as a garnish.
- Any of several related aquatic plants.
- It contains fresh mango cells, Arbonne's FC5 Moisture Fresh Complex made of cucumber, birch leaf, watercress, clover blossom, and St. John's wort, sunflower seed oil, pomegranate extract, and carrot extract.
- Some of the ingredients in the Arbonne FC5 deep cleaning mask include fresh strawberry cells, mallow, melissa, watercress, ivy, witch hazel extract, pineapple extract, and kaolin.
- It contains fresh kiwi cells, Arbonne's Matte Fresh Complex of mallow, melissa, watercress, ivy; grapeseed oil, pomegranate extract, and vitamins A and E.
- This oil-free formula contains fresh strawberry cell extracts and a combination of mallow, melissa, watercress, and ivy.
- Start with a base of greens, such as a spring mix, arugula, spinach, or watercress.