Pure Skin Care by Stephanie L. Tourles #BOOKREVIEW
Another great ARC from Netgalley, Stephanie L. Tourles and Storey Publishing
With sensitive skin I'm always looking for something to enhance my skin without being too harsh but I always come up short when scouring the shelves for brands that are both eco-friendly and useful so a couple of years ago I started experimenting with essential oils and raw ingredients to get the result I really wanted.
Needless to say, I've read my fair share of herbal beauty remedies and recipes over the years but none quite like this one.
Outlining everything from small 2-step mixtures to more in-depth concoctions this book has it all and if you're in need of some materials you can find them reasonably priced on Amazon or smaller boutique shops. I recommend trying new things when it comes to your skin and sometimes the best elixirs are those we make from home with the guidance of a pro!
About Pure Skin Care
The natural skin care industry is growing, with more and more consumers seeking nontoxic, all-natural products. Now they can make their own at home, less expensively and with fewer additives.
In Pure Skin Care, best-selling author and long-time formulator of natural products Stephanie L. Tourles shares her 78 all-time favorite recipes for facial cleansers and scrubs, masks, moisturizers, and steams, along with creams, balms, and exfoliants for the entire body, all formulated to meet the most up-to-date green beauty standards. Readers will find specialized formulas for feet, hands, and sun protection, along with instructions for customizing recipes for particular skin types and easy-to-make treatments for common skin conditions like rosacea, acne, and wrinkles. This book features soothing, pampering, healing, and restorative formulas for all ages and needs.
About the Author
Stephanie L. Tourles is the author of Pure Skin Care and Stephanie Tourles’s Essential Oils: A Beginner’s Guide, as well as the best-selling Organic Body Care Recipes, Hands-On Healing Remedies, and Raw Energy. As a licensed holistic esthetician with a strong background in Western and Ayurvedic herbalism, she has been practicing and teaching healthy living for more than 25 years. Tourles has extensive training in the nutritional sciences and is a certified aromatherapist, nationally certified reflexologist, and a professional member of the Alliance of International Aromatherapists. She lives in Tyrone, Georgia.