aroma oil /əˈrəʊmə ɔɪl/ are blended synthetic aroma compounds or natural essential oils that are diluted with a carrier like propylene glycol, vegetable oil, or mineral oil. Example:
blush /blʌʃ/ to become red in the face because you are embarrassed or ashamed Example:
body milk /ˈbɒdi mɪlk/ Example:
cleansing milk /klɛnzɪŋ mɪlk / Example:
deodorant a substance that people put on their bodies to prevent or hide unpleasant smells Example:
dry skin / drʌɪ skɪn / is a skin condition characterized by excessively dry skin Example:
emery board /ˈɛm(ə)ri bɔːd/ a small narrow piece of thin wood or card covered in emery , used for shaping your nails Example:
lipstick / ˈlɪpstɪk / a substance made into a small stick, used for colouring the lips; a small stick of this substance Example:
make-up /ˈmeɪk.ʌp/ (n) to put powder, lipstick , etc. on your/somebody’s face to make it more attractive or to prepare for an appearance in the theatre, on television, etc. Example: She never wears make-up.
nail clippers /neɪl ˈklɪpəs/ a small tool for cutting the nails on your fingers and toes Example:
nail polish /neɪl ˈpəʊlɪʃ/ clear or coloured liquid that you paint on the nails on your fingers or toes to make them look attractive Example:
natural /'nætʃrəl/ (adj) existing in nature; not made or caused by humans Example: This bag is made from natural materials.
oil control / ɔɪl kənˈtrəʊl / Example:
oily skin / ˈɔɪli skɪn / is caused by over-active sebaceous glands, that produce a substance called sebum, a naturally healthy skin lubricant Example:
perfume /pəˈfjuːm/ a liquid, often made from flowers, that you put on your skin to make yourself smell nice Example: