The Herbal Body Book: A Natural Approach to Healthier Skin, Hair, and Nails

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Storey Communications, 1994 - Health & Fitness - 122 pages
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This is the book that began Storey's best-selling series! Readers will discover how to transform common herbs, fruits, and grains into safe, economical, and natural personal care items. Includes more than 100 recipes for facial scrubs, shampoos, lip balms, moisturizers, and more!

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Review: The Herbal Body Book: A Natural Approach to Healthier Hair, Skin, and Nails

User Review  - Tyshawn Knight - Goodreads

This book is excellent if you are trying your hand at experimenting with herbs and want to make your own soap. I won't exactly say that making your own soap is the cheaper way to go but, it can be a satisfying hobby and this book can get you started - successfully. Read full review

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User Review  - Lisa - Goodreads

Molly Recommendation. Read full review

Contents

The Naturai Qualities of Herbs and Other Ingredients
7
Getting Ready to Make and Use Your Own Cosmetics
25
AllNatural Cosmetic Recipes
31
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About the author (1994)

Stephanie L. Tourles is a licensed holistic esthetician, certified aromatherapist, and gardener with training in Western and Ayurvedic herbalism. She is the author of eight books, including Organic Body Care Recipes, Raw Energy, Naturally Healthy Skin, 365 Ways to Energize Mind, Body & Soul, and Natural Foot Care. She lives in Orland, Maine.

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