"I'd like to have a line that's not just fashion, that's personal care, interiors, everything," she says.
personal care and cleanliness are therefore of the greatest importance.
Delia took no personal care of it whatever—leaving all this to the nurse.
Neatness and personal care are habits that mean much to any one.
After reading the True Science of Living he discharged his physician and came under my personal care.
If you wish for peace and real happiness, seek His favour and guidance and personal care in daily prayer.
Up to the present time over fifty thousand patients have received prescriptions and personal care by this means.
As to personal care and adornment the hitherto neglected education of Warble Petticoat was in Beer's hands.
Of God's personal being, and of his personal care, this address shows Lincoln to be perfectly assured.
Instead, I'm going to leave her in the personal care—the personal care, you understand me, of every decent man in Crawling Water.
personal care per·son·al care (pûr'sə-nəl)
The occupation of attending to the physical needs of people who are disabled or otherwise unable to take care of themselves, including tasks such as bathing, management of bodily functions, and cooking.