Natural Homemade Skin Care (Paperback)
60 Cleansers, Toners, Moisturizers and More Made from Whole Food Ingredients
Page Street Publishing, 9781645670384, 160pp.
Publication Date: August 11, 2020
Beautiful, Vibrant Skin the Natural Way
Ditch expensive creams, serums and lotions full of mystery ingredients and turn to nature to find the best remedies for all your skin care needs with products you can make right at home. Herbalist Militza Maury’s use of natural ingredients ensures that you know exactly what’s in your skin-care products and what you’re getting out of them—beautiful, nourished, healthy skin.
Creating a daily skin-care routine is easier than ever with recipes for cleansers, toners and moisturizers for every skin type. Try Soothing Cookie Dough Cleanser for inflamed skin, Clean & Clear Hydrosol Toner for oily or acne-prone skin or Moisture-Rich Solid Serum for dry, dehydrated skin. No matter your skin’s needs, Militza has products that will help you achieve healthy, glowing skin from head to toe. And once you’ve established a daily routine that works for you, don’t forget to make skin care fun with a whole slew of masks, scrubs, bath products and more—all made from safe, familiar ingredients like honey, cocoa butter, fresh herbs and essential oils.
With information about the nourishing and healing properties of the ingredients used and instructions for infusing vinegar, oil and honey to further increase the efficacy of the recipes, this collection gives you all the information you need to make quality skin-care products at home.
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Praise For Natural Homemade Skin Care: 60 Cleansers, Toners, Moisturizers and More Made from Whole Food Ingredients…
“This book is full of inspiring beauty recipes that simplify and demystify skin care.”
—Liv Lo, TV presenter and creator of FitSphere
“Militza's book is filled with practical recipes that will fill your home and your heart with the rich healing power of plants. Her time-tested formulas lean on the traditions of our ancestors, bringing beauty and balance to our modern day routine.”
—Emily Ruff, Director of the Florida School of Holistic Living