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Natural Beauty Skin Care: 110 Organic Formulas for a Radiant You! Paperback – 1 January 2017
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- Publisher : Rockridge Press (1 January 2017)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 186 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1623156645
- ISBN-13 : 978-1623156640
- Dimensions : 19.05 x 1.3 x 23.5 cm
- Best Sellers Rank: 110,040 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Deborah has been making custom products for me for years and I have absolutely loved the results. Natural Beauty Skin Care is an extraordinary resource for people who want to achieve the same results at home.--Kyra Sedgwick, actress and producer
In Natural Beauty Skin Care, you'll learn how to create wholesome beauty products without looking too far past your pantry. The bonus? The recipes and formulas within actually work.--Dr. Frank Lipman, founder of the Eleven Eleven Wellness Center and New York Times bestselling author of The New Health Rules
Natural based beauty products are now within reach, with a little help from Deborah and this stunning new collection of recipes. Everything you need to get started on your journey towards wholesome beauty is in your fridge, pantry, and spice cabinet. Rooted in science and experience, Natural Beauty Skin Care offers holistic treatments for everything from nose to toes.--Ali Witwit, VP Technology, Ross Organic
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I also like how usage and storage instructions are provided. These are usually hard to find, and whenever I make a homemade recipe, I often wonder about how long the mixture is going to be usable for. This is one great advantage that I see in this book.
Some of the recipes that I like use bentonite clay mask as an ingredient, which I haven't seen before in books, and this has become quite a common ingredient now, and usually you would just apply the mask itself, but in this book it is suggested to mix the clay in for more recipes. Another similar ingredient that I have at home is Dead Sea mud, and it is also used here as an ingredient which is great!
I have been using and reviewing a lot of vitamin C serums recently, and this book actually gives a recipe of a homemade version! This is great as I think this is such a good serum to use - it truly helps and regenerates your skin.
I also know that steam is great for exfoliation, and as I had a lot of acne while growing up, I have to say that I used steam a lot for skin cleansing. Now, this book actually gives different steam recipes, so it is not simply plain hot water vapor that is used, but a mixture of aromatic ingredients that will definitely make you feel like you are at a spa, for a fraction of the cost!
I am overall impressed with the number of recipes in the book, and there are so many new and fresh ideas! I hope to use lots of recipes with my kids in the next little while!
Sample was provided discounted for reading and a review.
I have been wanting to move away from having so many chemicals in my life and on and in my body. This book is really helpful on my path to do that. And she is great about explaining that it does not have to be a "all or nothing endeavor."
The recipes all have really user-friendly ingredients. It's stuff that I know what it is, may already have some, or know how to get some. It's not crazy weird things that I will have to ship in from the other side of the planet.
This is the kind of stuff I have literally spent hundreds of hours searching and scouring the Internet for, and only found a few decent recipes, and here's a whole book full of all really great stuff!
I received this product for free in exchange for my honest and unbiased review.
The recipes are great for those of you who stock every kind of oil in your pantry. (I'm not sure that person exists).
An ideal recipe book would have a variety of recipes that can be made from a similar set of ingredients like a cleanser-toner-scrub with a theme of ingredients like honey and oats so I don't have to purchase completely different stuff for each thing.
some call for a bunch of ingredients (all good and skin loving) to make a cup or two of "tea" for a recipe that you only use a teaspoon or two for - I guess you could freeze the rest in ice trays or something - it just seems a little wasteful of the herbs to me personally...
and like 90% of the recipes need to be refrigerated. That's fine, but my bathroom is on the second floor... it's just not realistic for me to make products that I can't keep in the bathroom.
It's a decent book, It's just not my match, and definitely not my "go to" for diy skin care. I stick with my Organic Body Care by Stephanie Tourles
I purchased the kindle version - It wasn't a waste of money, but I wouldn't call it a good investment either. I'm glad it's digital, I probably wouldn't keep a paper copy.