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Personal Goods



Personal Goods
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Reading Level
     edHelper's suggested reading level:   high interest, readability grades 4 to 6
     Flesch-Kincaid grade level:   3.94

Vocabulary
     challenging words:    personal, antiperspirant, relievers, make-up, goods, gums, whiten, teen, bars, sprays, section, disposable, sales, electric, dull, liquid


Personal Goods
By Cathy Pearl
  

1     Personal goods are items that people use to take care of themselves. These items help keep you clean and keep you healthy. There are a lot of items to choose from and a lot of options for each item. What you choose to buy is up to you. Some people stick with a product that they like. They buy the same one each time. Others buy something different each time they need a replacement. Many of the products in this section are made for either men or women. This decision should be one of the easier ones to make. Coupons can save you money on whatever you choose to buy.
 
2     In the grocery store there will be an aisle of hair care products. These will include shampoos, conditioners, and hair sprays and gels. Some items will change the color of your hair.
 
3     There will also be razors. Some men shave their faces. This gets rid of the hair that grows there. Women often shave their legs and under their arms. You can buy razors that can be thrown away. These are disposable. You can also buy razors that you keep, but you must change the blade when it gets dull.

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