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A Woman Doctor's Guide to Skin Care

by Wilma F. Bergfeld, Shelagh A. R. Masline, Shelagh Ryan Masline
A renowned dermatologist discusses the anatomy of the skin and its function, compares over-the-counter skin products to home remedies, and provides women of all ages with the latest developments in cosmetics and everyday skin care.

Fruit Acids for Fabulous Skin

by Deborah Chase
This exclusive guide helps readers choose the products that best fit their skin type and skin goals. It even shows them how to make fabulous, all-natural fruit acid treatments for their face and body from red grapes, lemon juice, wheat germ, buttermilk or apples-right in their own kitchen.

The Art of Aromatherapy

The Art of Aromatherapy provides hundreds of everyday uses for the healing and beautifying properties of essential oils, herbs and flowers. Learn what aromas can help relieve stress, improve mental alertness, alleviate pain and promote relaxation.

Treat Your Face Like a Salad!

by Julia M. Busch
Enjoy the humor and great recipes that won't take a notch out of your wallet. These easy-to-follow recipes will have your skin looking and feeling great in no time. Learn how to make your own creams, lotions and potions.


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