Beyond Soap by Dr. Sandy Skotnicki (9)

This book is shows us the real truth about what we are dong to our skin and how to fix it for a beautiful healthy glow.

We all love to wear a LOT of make-up.  And most women literally buy hundreds of skin care products every year.  But they are not necessary. Simple and clean methods of keeping your skin clean is best.

Women, men, and kids are having more skin problems than ever. Sensitive skin prevalence has skyrocketed, and the number of people reacting to cosmetics is climbing.

The reason for this is because of our contemporary lifestyle. We have bad grooming and beauty habits that the advertising and personal-care product industries have encouraged us to pursue. Those miraculous cleaners, creams and balms we’re buying to protect our outer layer may actually end up harming the body’s largest organ: the skin.

In this book, Dr. Skotnicki argues that the best state for normal skin is the natural state–the one that avoids disturbing the skin’s protective barrier and the bacteria that accompanied the body throughout its evolution.

This book shows us a way to overcome our skin problems through a combination of diagnosis and prescription. She explains the problem with society’s current cleansing and beauty habits, then provides a practical guide on how to fix things with a 3-step product elimination diet that will help you remove unnecessary and potentially harmful ingredients from your beauty and skin care regime, returning the skin to the condition nature intended it.

This book also offers some indispensable advice on how to wash and care for the skin of adults, babies and children, followed by a common-sense beauty regimen intended to stave off aging, reduce skin problems and return the face and body to its natural glow.

I loved this informative book!


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