lotion

[ loh-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF lotion

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LOTION

He was carrying, insecurely, a jug of poppy-head and camomile, which had been prescribed as a lotion.

I can only rebandage it again, and give you a lotion to pour over it, from time to time.

I should hope so,” replied I; “what is it you require—a lotion, or an embrocation?

Although we got a lotion to rub on our hands and faces it did not prevent them from biting.

When Kuratchka had the toothache, Nachman gave him a lotion.

Volatile or fixed alcali as a lotion on the spine, or essential oils.

It was swelled and painful; he ordered it to be sponged with hot water, and then some lotion was put on.

In India Dr. Kirkpatrick has used it as a lotion in impetigo.

We will just have a few inches cut off, and get a lotion to rub in to help the growth.

I'll have a look at that lotion before I go to bed to-night.

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