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Soap and bath products

bar

noun

a solid block of a substance such as chocolate or soap

bath oil

noun

a liquid containing oil with a pleasant smell that you add to the water when you have a bath

bath salts

noun

a substance with a pleasant smell that you add to the water when you have a bath

bubble bath

noun

a liquid soap that produces a lot of bubbles when you add it to the water in a bath

cake

noun

a small hard block of something, especially soap

foam

verb

to produce foam

lather

noun

the white mass of bubbles produced when you mix soap and water

lather

verb

to produce a lather

shower gel

noun

a type of liquid soap used for washing yourself in a shower

soap

noun

a substance that you use with water to wash your body or an object. It can be a liquid, but is usually a solid piece called a bar of soap.

soapsuds

noun

the white bubbles that are formed when you mix soap with water

soapy

adjective

covered in soap, or containing soap

soapy

adjective

similar to soap

suds

noun

a lot of small bubbles on top of water that has soap in it

tablet

noun

a solid piece of soap

sudsy

adjective

mom jeans

a style of loose-fitting jeans with a high waist, often considered unfashionable

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