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Toiletries and cosmetics in Spanish
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Time to get ready! Do you know the Spanish terms for toiletries, cosmetics, and the reflexive verbs that go with them? Check out this vocabulary list with sound files.

lavarse to wash
el jabón soap
el desodorante deodorant
el baño de espuma bubble bath
lavarse la cabeza to wash one's hair
el champú shampoo
el suavizante de cabello conditioner
cepillarse el pelo to brush one's hair
el cepillo para el pelo hairbrush
el peine comb
afeitarse to shave
el afeitado shaving
la crema de afeitar shaving cream
la maquinilla de afeitar razor
la afeitadora (eléctrica) shaver
maquillarse to put on make-up
el maquillaje make-up
el desmaquillador make-up remover
las bruselas tweezers
el maquillaje de fondo foundation
la sombra de ojos eyeshadow
el rímel mascara
el colorete blusher
el rojo de labios lipstick
la crema hidratante moisturizer
arreglarse las uñas to do one's nails
el esmalte (para las uñas) nail polish
la lima (para las uñas) nail file
el quitaesmalte nail polish remover
los cortauñas nail clippers
cepillarse los dientes to brush one's teeth
el cepillo de dientes toothbrush
el dentífrico toothpaste
el enjuague mouthwash

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