Book Review: The Natural Skin Care Handbook

Did you know there is a brand new (and fabulous) natural beauty handbook? I always wished I had one resource  to tell me everything about natural skin care from nutrition to homemade beauty recipes for glowing skin. It’s finally here and I had an opportunity to review this great new ebook.

Learn easy natural skin care recipes.

The Natural Skin Care Handbook was written by Victoria Lewy of myhomemadebeauty.com…you know the site, the blog you visit to get the latest scoop on the best and most beneficial natural ingredients and super fabulous skin care recipes!  Click here to visit Victoria Lewy.

Now Victoria has compiled all her best tips and even more in this easy to read ebook. I sat down to read it and finished it in under an hour. This is a great guide for anyone seeking to “naturalize” their skin care routine, from beginners to seasoned skin care specialists. I even learned a few things!

Change Your Skin Care, Change Your Life

For some, reading this book can make a huge difference in their skin care routines. Many people don’t realize the toxic ingredients they are putting onto their skin (and which absorb into their bodies, affecting organs and causing disease!) when they use commercial cosmetics.

Victoria touches on this, but her emphasis lies more on sharing which natural ingredients you can use to promote healthy, beautiful skin. An integral section of the book section discusses foods which allow for beautiful skin from the inside out. She also points out which foods to avoid….you may be quite surprised!

Good Enough to Eat

Without a doubt, my favorite part of the book are the natural beauty recipes (24 pages of them!) I used to think making your own cosmetics was a time consuming, messy process. Boy, was I wrong! The recipes are so easy, using ingredients you probably already have in your fridge and you feel so good knowing that you are the creator.

You know exactly what is in your special concoction and it ends up transforming your skin into glowing beauty.

Victoria gives complete directions for preparing your own recipes, as well as the tools (not many) you need. There are recipes for all skin types, whether you have oily, dry, or combination (me!) skin. The recipes encompass all of your beauty needs from homemade cleanser, toner, and moisturizer to homemade mask, scrub, eye oil and lip balm (and more!)  Here are a few of my favorite recipes: Ginger Cream for Aging Skin, Body Coffee Scrub, Body Cream with Honey (yum!) and Nourishing Natural Eye Oil. There’s also a Relaxing Massage Oil recipe…ooh la la!

The Natural Beauty Handbook was a fun, easy read. I definitely recommend it for those of you who want to change your beauty routine to something more natural. The best part is you are the creator of your own cosmetics and you know each and every ingredient in your mixture. Order your copy of The Natural Beauty Handbook today….you can buy it now without even having to get out of your pj’s and it will be delivered to your inbox immediately! Click on the link below. Enjoy! :-)

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Stay natural…stay beautiful…go green!

Robin started her career as an educator of children and has now become an educator for adults everywhere who want to know the truth about what they put into their bodies through the skin. She is passionate about educating people to make better health and beauty choices.
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  • http://www.style-essentials.org Lisa D Liguori

    Robin, thank you for being such a wealthy resource of natural beauty. I am looking forward to getting and reading this ebook and checking out her site. In fact, I may use some of the books tips in my FUN CAMP I am hosting next week for a group of 10 year olds. We are going to make sunscreen, lip balm and soap together. What fun!
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  • http://www.mommyisgreen.net/2010/06/aura-cacia-usda-certified-organic.html Victoria (Mommy Is Green)

    I would love to read this book! I’ve been wanting to try some more DIY recipes for skin care.

  • http://www.toxicbeautyblog.com Robin Adler

    I bet you’d love this book, Victoria! The recipes are great! Thanks for commenting. :-)
    Robin

  • http://www.toxicbeautyblog.com Robin Adler

    Hi Lisa,

    Thanks for stopping in and your really lovely comments. It’s my total pleasure to bring you this kind of information. I am quite passionate about helping people learn more about natural beauty! The fun camp sound like fun…wish I could go to! LOL

  • http://www.boroplus.co.uk/ Barney

    Wow very good news. Hope the book is very helpful for our skin care.

  • carmen

    iv been entirely natural and organic with my beauty regimen for a few years but convincing friends and family has been horrible! this year im making gift baskets of homemade yummies for everyone to encourage them to think outside mainstream makeup and bodycare! your book and website are fantastic resources! thanks!

  • http://ashlyndawson.ca Lauren

    This book is really healthful for us. Nourishing our skin would be easier and the perfect and healthy skin tone will surely achieve with the help of this book. :D