Natural Beauty for All Seasons: 250 Simple Recipes And Gift-Giving Ideas For Year-Round Beauty

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Macmillan, Dec 15, 1996 - Health & Fitness - 288 pages
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In her enormously successful first book, Natural Beauty at Home, Janice Cox gave us hundreds of easy-to-use recipes for home beauty treatments. In this delightful new book, she offers readers more than two hundred brand-new recipes for body, bath, and hair care, with an eye toward special beauty needs and ingredient availability in each of the four seasons. None of the recipes calls for any more skill than being able to boil water, and an introductory section tells what equipment is necessary and where ingredients can be found, easily. In addition, the book presents more than fifty sophisticated gift-giving ideas for holidays and other occasions throughout the year - from a College-Bound Basket to Candy Cane Bath Salts - and shares ideas on how to package your gifts creatively.
  

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Review: Natural Beauty for All Seasons: 250 Simple Recipes And Gift-Giving Ideas For Year-Round Beauty

User Review  - Magdalen Dobson - Goodreads

Brilliant! I've had so much fun using all the lovely recipes to make my own beauty treatments. Read full review

Review: Natural Beauty for All Seasons: 250 Simple Recipes And Gift-Giving Ideas For Year-Round Beauty

User Review  - Darby - Goodreads

Note for when I do the review: SO many great recipes for making beauty products from bath salts, to lotions and lipbalms Read full review

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About the author (1996)

Janice Cox is a homeaker and mother who has been making her own beauty treatments since she was in the sixth grade. She lives in Medford, Oregon, with her husband and two daughters.

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