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scrubs

(skrŭbz)
pl.n.
A two-piece garment of lightweight cotton, usually consisting of pants and a T-shirt, worn by medical personnel especially when participating in surgery.
The standard light coloured—usually blue or green—cloth clothing worn by doctors and health care professionals especially when performing ‘messy’ or potentally messy procedures

scrubs

See Surgical scrubs.
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By the time the scrub was over, the hot room was surprisingly busy.
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Ives products include scrubs, body lotions, spray lotions and body washes.
The Coarse scrub uses corn cob powder as its abrasive and is perfect for metal cookware, dirty sinks and even scrubbing vegetables.
So be gentle and scrub up just once or twice a week.
And, if you possibly can, try to stick to those products that use natural ingredients, as they will get absorbed into your body when you scrub.
From body scrubs and bubble bath oils tobath milk, body lotion and bath and shower gel, choose the aromatic therapy to suit your mood and indulge.
If not for the lightning I would have stayed put; the scrub is never lovelier than during, or just after, a rain.
While infection-control experts urge the use of CHG, hand washing with CHG has generally been limited to presurgical scrubs because most CHG preparations are at stronger (4.
Body scrubs using sugar (yep, good ol' Domino's) have become popular features at many exclusive spas.