Friday, June 22, 2018

Review: Skin

Skin: Delicious Recipes & the Ultimate Wellbeing Plan for Radiant Skin in 6 Weeks

Liz Earle

Skin is part skin care guide and part cookbook. It aims to help you get glowing, radiant skin in six weeks. The best thing about this book, expect the fact that it is written by one of Britain's best-known skin care specialists, is that you don't need to invest in a lot of expensive skin care products. Nor is Liz Earle promoting her brand or others in this book, instead she focuses on things you can do at home with more natural products. Except for some aromatherapy oils, you may find that you already have a lot of the items used in this book in your pantry, for example, oatmeal, honey, and salt, used for creating face masks or a relaxing bath.

The book is full of tips for pampering and caring for skin. My favorite has been the encouragement of dry brushing everyday before showering, which helps counteract cellulite and improving the smoothness of your skin. This is a tip I wish I'd had years ago. The recipes in the book focus on providing the body and skin with nutrients it needs to glow from the inside out. It recommends eating lots of healthy vegetables, fruits, and nuts. The recipes are beautifully photographed and easy to follow. So if you want to improve the condition of your skin, this is an excellent place to start.

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