Plant-Powered Beauty: The Essential Guide to Using Natural Ingredients for Health, Wellness, and Personal Skincare
Plant Powered Beauty is a very eye-opening book.
We get to see how some of today’s beauty products are made and some ways to improve and make them with more natural and environmentally friendly ingredients. There were some products that I believe are a little bit hard to find for these recipes. For example, apricot seed oil and borage seed oils, some face clays, and ingredients like that. But overall, I feel that the recipes were very well written and very well laid out. Throughout the book, I loved the photos and often felt the aesthetic was very on point. I felt like the photos were very well taken and especially nice for visual learning to comprehend better. Overall, it was a wonderful book that I would definitely recommend to anybody looking for a more natural way to beautify and wanting to use products that are homemade instead of products made in a factory. I really enjoyed this book and testing a couple of the recipes. I have given it four stars just based on ease of finding ingredients. Thank you for reading my review.
|Author||Amy Galper • Christina Daigneault|
|Page Count||256 pages|
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|Category||Fashion & Beauty|