Know how to treat your skin properly with help from these fantastic skin care books
These skincare books, along with our top tips and other resources, will help you achieve your dream skin.
Beauty, as they say, comes from the inside-out. Our lifestyle and habits play a huge part in our overall beauty. Our bodies only reflect what we give it.
We tend to ignore our skin until it gets worse. By then, it’s an all-out war, and finding the best skincare products and routine becomes tiring.
Instead of treating your skin like the enemy, these skin care books will help you take better care of your skin. Also, these books help you to get the right skin routine, identify the best skin care products and help to eat the right foods that are good for your skin.. They will also help you simplify your daily routine so you can save time and money.
Mooshoo is not just about skin care it also offers neat insight on human architecture and offers practical strategies to lead a happy healthy life.
No one takes care of their skin quite like the Koreans. They are the leaders in skincare innovation and they go to great lengths to make sure they keep their skin as preserved as possible.
The author, Charlotte Cho, a Korean national and founder of Soko Glam- a leading Korean Beauty and lifestyle website, is a certified esthetician who spent her teenage years in California and later moved to South Korea.
This book guides you through the world-renowned Korean ten-step skin-care routine to help you achieve that glass-like skin you have always dreamed of, with Charlotte’s step-by-step tutorials, skin-care tips, and advice on what to look for in products at all price levels.
If you know nothing about skin or skincare products, this book contains all the information you need.
Covering the most critical topics in beauty in plain facts, this refreshingly honest guide cuts through the marketing hype to educate consumers on all aspects of beauty.
The author, Paula Begoun who has a wealth of experience as a makeup artist and aesthetician, is uncompromising in her criticism of the cosmetics and beauty business and her pursuit for evidence-based skincare.
One point she makes clear is that the popularity of many cosmetics and skincare products is not based on successful product performance, but on successful marketing strategies that often include very misleading claims.
Begoun shares it all, from how to assemble a state-of-the-art skin-care routine, choose a cosmetic surgeon, and apply makeup like a pro to money-saving tips. For readers of all ages, this skincare book is the ultimate guide to smart beauty.
“No More Dirty Looks” reveals the safest, most effective products on the market along with time-tested home recipes. It begins with a no-holds-barred examination of everything you might be putting onto your body and hair.
Alexandra Spunt and Siobhan O’Connor, co-authors of this book, bring to light the dirty truth about beauty products, shredding apart industry phrases like ‘natural’ and ‘organic’
With the help of top scientists, dermatologists, and makeup artists, the authors share their compelling findings and the easy way to detoxify your beauty regimen.
Next up, there’s a breakdown of products by category (hair, face, makeup, body, and nail treatments), listing most frequent “nasties” and offering suggestions for safe products you can purchase or make at home.
Hopefully, you’ll be inspired to reduce your potential exposure to harmful products.
If you are familiar with the phrase “beauty comes from inside-out” then this is the book that describes it. Whatever you put inside your body is reflected on the outside.
Having a very attractive cover, this book is eye candy, but don’t let that fool you; It is jam-packed full of scientifically sound nutrition information.
Jolene Hart, a nutritionist, and author of this book realised the importance of this adage “you are what you eat” late enough, stating in her book that no amount of pills or potion can make up for lack of sleep and poor diet.
She further explained the foods we eat that wreak havoc on our beauty with the biggest culprit of them all – foods high in sugar, stressing the “Eat Pretty” philosophy, which is predicated on the creation of a healthy relationship with food free from restrictive habits and guilt.
As the title suggests, this book is geared towards teaching women how to eat the foods that promote optimal beauty from the inside out. One of the best skincare books ever published!
You don’t have to go to an upscale spa or scour the shelves for luxurious beauty products. “Hello Glow” is full of more than 150 Do-It-Yourself recipes that you can make at home with simple, easy to find ingredients.
This book will reveal the beauty products hiding in your kitchen, and teach you how to make indulgent and practical products for your face, body, and hair.
While there are plenty of recipes for pampering treats, the book is also full of homemade daily beauty essentials like a foaming honey cleanser, post-workout face wipes, and decadent body butter.
“Hello Glow” will give you the confidence to make your own products and open you up to new treatments. Self-care never felt, or looked, so good.