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To: Bret Ross From: Ashley Hamilton Date: 2/24/08 Subject: Description Paper Description of a Lotion Bottle A bottle of lotion is a simple, but important tool used in the lives of many people. Lotion is used to calm and hydrate the skin. It is particularly crucial in the lives of women, who use lotion in many ways. Not all users may know how the bottle works, though. This paper will describe to its readers exactly how to do so. The lotion bottle is comprised of five parts: The container The straw The pump The lid The spout The lotion sits in the bottom of the bottle until its ready to be used. To use the lotion, the handler would push down on the top of the spout. (Figure 1, part “a”) The Parts of a Lotion Bottle The container is usually made of plastic, sometimes glass could be used. (Figure 1, part “b”) Since lotion is in a liquid form, the container serves as a holding chamber to keep it all in one place.
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