Mother Nature's Guide to Vibrant Beauty and Health

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Prentice Hall, 1997 - Health & Fitness - 288 pages
This revised and expanded edition of the bestselling guide provides you with some truly amazing ways to firm your skin, fade away blemishes, smooth wrinkles, restore color to grey hair, and instantly achieve salon-like results at home, for just pennies! You'll learn what the leading spas, doctors and dermatologists are prescribing for their clients to help them stay young and beautiful. You'll also find dozens of ways to use herbs and aromatherapy to help you achieve glowing hair, nails, and skin; a special section on natural beauty and health treatments "For Women Only"; as well as drug-free ways for dealing with such problems as stress and insomnia.

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InsideOut Care for a Flawless Complexion
An AllNatural Updated Approach to Making Your
The Right Way to Wash Your Face

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Theresa Foy DiGeronimo has collaborated on over 30 nonfiction books and specializes in parenting and medical topics. She is an adjunct professor at William Patterson University in New Jersey, where she teaches undergraduate classes in writing and editing.

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