The Complete Idiot's Guide to Better Skin

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Penguin, Dec 7, 2004 - Health & Fitness - 352 pages
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From diet to peels-a complete picture. A skin-care expert and a medical writer provide readers with a lifelong plan for good skin. With advice for everyone from teens to seniors, they cover such topics as the importance of diet, exercise, and water intake; which "cosmeceuticals" and pharmaceuticals really work; and treatments for problems such as aging, sun damage, acne, pregnancy masks, menopause, rosacea, and more.

* 17 million Americans over the age of 18 suffer from acne

* Botox injections are up 553% since 1992-the third most popular plastic surgery procedure in 2001 after breast augmentation and liposuction

* Full skin care regimen and treatment options for all types of skin-for both women and men.


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Title Page
Your Amazing Skin
Basic Skin Care Routines
Wash Tone Moisturize Wash Tone Moisturize
Hair Removal for Men and Women
Special Care for Eyes Lips Neck and Hands
Whats in Your Skin Care Products?
SunDamaged Skin
Pigmentation or Skin Discoloration
Creating Healthy Skin Through a Healthy 5
Skin Loves Water
Feeding Your Skin
A SkinNurturing Environment
Detoxify the Skin by Detoxifying the Body
Home and Salon SkinTreatment Machines

Becoming a Smart Skin Care Shopper
Laying the Foundation
Part4 Combating Common Skin Conditions
Dealing with Acne
Congestion Breakouts and Irritation
Dehydrated Skin
Facial Exercises
Professional Treatments
Salon and Spa Treatments
Plastic Surgery
Appendix A Glossary

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