Along with being the largest human organ, the skin is significantly important in terms of defence. It’s the first line of defence against infection, bacteria and viruses. This natural barrier traps the moisture and keeps the infectious elements out. Apart from acting as a shield, healthy skin can also help to regulate our body temperature. The skin can become rather dry when blood vessels don’t get sufficient nutrients and water, which is known as microangiopathy. Moisturized skin is key to better overall health, as even small breaks in dry skin are gateways for bacterial and viral invasion. Unhealthy and sensitive skin causes irritation, burning, stinging and pulling, therefore, keeping your skin healthy is essential. Why buy artificial products that have potential to harm your skin in the long run? When you use all-natural ingredients to help nourish your skin without any side effects and save the burden on your bank account, artificial products just aren’t an option. Today, most of us aren’t oblivious about the ill effects of using chemical-based body care products and beauty products made using conventionally produced natural ingredients. Standard methods of growing herbs and other natural ingredients involve use of pesticides and herbicides, which contain multiple harmful chemicals. So, beauty products formulated using those natural ingredients tend to contain remains of the perilous chemicals. Organic body care products, on the other hand, are totally devoid of any chemical as natural ingredients used to make them are produced without application of any pesticide or herbicide. This book contains a whole bunch of recipes to create homemade beauty products. We feel preparing your own organic body care products is the most feasible option, as the ones available on the market are exceedingly expensive due to the brand name. Katherine Hopkins is devoted to beauty and healthy living. She believes in an all-natural and organic way of living, and has a strong passion for helping others to discover the true joy of finding beauty, the natural way. The plethora of recipes she’s devised, include; bath salts, body lotions/moisturisers, body wash, body scrubs, face scrubs, face masks, hand moisturiser, shampoo’s, conditioners, lip balms, lip sticks and deodorants. The recipes together offer a whole range of benefits, such as how to exfoliate and cleanse the skin along with how to unblock pores, strengthen/thicken hair and prevent hair loss. You’ll learn how to treat cellulite, bronze the skin, treat frizzy hair, dry scalps, cracked lips and even overcome insomnia. Whether you have sensitive, dry, tiresome, or undernourished skin, there’s something for everyone.