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Synonyms for bath

a vessel containing liquid in which something is immersed (as to process it or to maintain it at a constant temperature or to lubricate it)

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you soak and wash your body in a bathtub

a relatively large open container that you fill with water and use to wash the body

an ancient Hebrew liquid measure equal to about 10 gallons

a town in southwestern England on the River Avon

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clean one's body by immersion into water

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This spicy, aromatic bath is a fabulous winter warmer that keeps you feeling toasty long after the water has drained away.
If your budget doesn't run to that, a selection of aromatic bath oils or an electric self-massager could be the perfect answer.
In addition to the new skincare range launched earlier this year, Original Source now offers over 60 products, ranging from mint, orange and lime-based shampoos and zesty shower gels to aromatic bath foams, shave-gels, deodorants and body lotions.
n An aromatic bath needs five to ten drops of your favourite essential oil in the bath, letting them float on the surface for a few minutes before getting in to release their scent.
Just add to running water for an aromatic bath, or massage into the skin and let the oils lift your spirits and ease your symptoms.
Well-written, beautifully presented and easy-to-use, this imaginative new book offers the woman lovely, simple ways to luxuriate in an aromatic bath, discover a touch of intimacy with scented body lotion, create enchanted spaces in her home, or step behind the fragrant veil and discover the power and mystique of scent .
19 TAKE a long relaxing aromatherapy bath and ease away all those back-to-work blues with Radox Aromatic Bath Essences pounds 2.
BATHE Pamper your weary body in a post-party aromatic bath surrounded by aromatherapy candles.
In fact, 80% of women surveyed admitted that doing something for themselves (like savoring an aromatic bath, enjoying a hobby or taking a walk) would make them feel relaxed and refreshed.