Skin Care Secrets: How to Have Naturally Healthy Beautiful Skin

A guide to naturally beautiful skin at any age.

Skin Secrets is an indispensable guide to what every woman needs and wants — naturally beautiful skin. Author Liz Earle gives women a long-term strategy that emphasizes a holistic approach.

Dozens of photographs and illustrations, sidebars and tips provide a wealth of information and practical advice, including:

  • How skin works and the fundamentals that improve it
  • The best botanical beautifiers
  • Beautiful skin through every decade of a woman’s life
  • What products work where and how best to use them
  • How to safely enjoy a golden glow
  • Practical help for acne, eczema, psoriasis and more
  • The benefits of complementary therapies
  • Tricks of the trade from professional makeup artists
  • Exercises to improve skin tone
  • Delicious recipes with fresh ingredients that feed the skin

    A glossary, list of helpful organizations, shopping directory and list of supplements and natural remedies complete this comprehensive guide to natural beauty at any age.

    Product Features

    • ISBN13: 9781554076086
    • Condition: New
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    1. Cactus

      Important reference book for all skin types Honestly, this is a very good book for what it intends to be: the author wants her readers to get naturally beautiful skin without having to pay too much in time or money to achieve it. There are dozens of tips on what to eat and how to live so that you can have great skin even as you age. Some of it is specific to certain groups (pregnant women, teens, people with hair and scalp problems etc.), but most of the information would apply to everyone. I’ve seen much of this information in other…

    2. N. Cheung

      Good book, but too much advertising. I like this book and it has a lot of useful information and tips, but it is irritating that the author is constantly mentioning her own product line throughout the book. I don’t like paying for a book that is advertising – it should be free from the company. Other than that, it has a lot of useful information about various botanicals and also many beautiful photos and watercolor paintings. There is good information to be gleaned from this book if you don’t mind all the self-promoting she…

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