Translation of lotion in Spanish:

lotion

loción, n.

Pronunciation /ˈləʊʃ(ə)n//ˈloʊʃ(ə)n/

noun

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    loción feminine
    • They can be applied directly to the skin as lotions, creams or ointments.
    • The best time to put on lotion is after your shower, when your skin is all dewy and your pores are open.
    • If hands are washed during the period of treatment, then the cream or lotion should be reapplied.
    • Surgical removal of lesions is usually only considered if other treatments such as medicines or creams and lotions are not an option.
    • Use lotion or creams to soften and heal your skin if it becomes dry and cracked.
    • Hydrocortisone creams and lotions may soothe your skin and relieve itching.
    • Different skin creams and lotions may be more effective on dry, oily or sensitive skin.
    • Sally, my wife, would rub my arm with lotion and baby oil to make the skin look alive again.
    • Sometimes jaundice causes itching which can be treated with preparations such as calamine lotion.
    • Doctors treat scabies by prescribing a medicated cream or lotion to kill the mites.
    • Use creams, ointments, or lotion many times throughout the day to keep the skin soft.
    • Most corticosteroids are available as solutions, lotions, creams and ointments.
    • I went back to my hotel to apply lotion liberally to my sunburnt skin.
    • Does the manufacturer recommend compatible lotions or skin moisturizers?
    • A lotion applied while the skin is still wet will seal in the moisture.
    • He also stresses the importance of keeping the skin lubricated with creams or lotions.
    • Keep your skin moisturized using creams and lotions designed to prevent stretch marks.
    • Various preparations such as lotions, gels, creams and ointments are available to suit the different areas to be treated.
    • The nurses can give your child medicine to make them feel better and lotion for their dry skin.
    • She had remarkably soft skin, he noticed, and wondered what type of lotion she used.