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Synonyms for soothe

Synonyms for soothe

to give hope to in time of grief or pain

Synonyms for soothe

cause to feel better

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uk THIS gorgeously thick hand cream smells divine and rubs in easily to soothe my dry, sore hands.
This soap–free formula has vitamin E to nourish and soften while bisabolol, a skinloving nutrient, soothes and calms.
Earth Therapeutics' new Spa Soothing Leg lotion contains a natural herbal blend of rosemary, wild mint and aloe vera that soothes and revitalizes tight and tired thighs and calves.
This woman listens, hears, sees, and soothes, not stopping the pain, but sharing it and bearing it with him, and so, with us too.
Zirh Soothe Post-Shave Solution, pounds 22 Lovely and creamy, soothes and leaves the skin velvet to the touch.
Well, music soothes the thoroughbred as well, and there is a considerable variety of it in use in the US, though one type is dominant.
It cools and soothes with aloe vera so skin feels deliciously cool after each application.
Orange essential oil: soothes and restores the spirit; is a skin conditioner and soothing agent
GINGER - Another example of how plants serve as food, spice and medicine, ginger root alleviates nausea, diarrhea and soothes gastro-intestinal tracts.
With cactus extract and shea butter, Shea Cactus body butter ($14) soothes, restores and replenishes moisture.
Cool to tepid water helps reduce fevers; warm water relaxes the child and soothes the nervous system.