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Synonyms for face cloth

bath linen consisting of a piece of cloth used to wash the face and body

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The facecloth is worked back and forth in rows beginning at the widest edge.
Other useful tips are always to wash your hands after having touched your own or your daughter's scabs, teach any infected children to wash their hands regularly and always give them their own facecloth and towel.
A facecloth like those commonly used in covering the dead has been added to the painting, and below the edge of the cloth are visible the marks of hands on Frayser's throat.
While over-enthusiastic washing and scrubbing can cause skin sensitivity,increasing problems of pollution in our environment do mean your skin requires far more than just a quick wipe over with a facecloth.
A warm compress made from a facecloth put under running warm water is often soothing when held against the swollen parotid glands.
The host brings me granola for breakfast and a damp facecloth.
Keep your facecloth and towel separate from those of the rest of the family to avoid spreading any infection.
I was very thirsty and still struggling to cool down, even using a facecloth that had been in ice to try and help.
The bags for North Tyneside General were donated to the Rotary Club by Proctor & Gamble and filled by club members with essentials such as soap, shower gel, shower cap, shampoo, toothbrush, toothpaste and a facecloth.
The pump top makes this easy to use and its cream consistency can we wiped off with a damp facecloth or dry cotton wool.
Some time later, as John returned along the corridor, after retrieving a facecloth from the labour room, he found Ben in a cot outside the nursery.
The packs, put together by Lions volunteers, include a toothbrush, toothpaste, facecloth and face wash.
The small container, made from biodegradable plastic, takes a facecloth, toothbrush and a bar of soap.
Carol Porter, 44, shop worker, Lem-ington: When my kids were little I'd give them some Calpol and a wet facecloth on the face for a cold.
Now I don't mind paying EUR500 for a facecloth with BT embroidered onto it in gold lettering but I want to get him something unique.