How to look, feel and be fabulous naturally, with ‘The Ultimate Natural Beauty Bible’
In the light our latest competition, it feels like we’ve spent the whole week talking and tweeting about Kiehl’s – a trusted skincare brand that celebrates its embrace of “many naturally derived ingredients” and “minimal preservatives” in its formulations.
While Kiehl’s goes further than many major names in eschewing artificial chemicals, there are, of course, plenty of specialist brands – like Naturismo and Lovelula – that are 100% dedicated to creating and selling completely natural and organic beauty products.
With so much choice, however, it can all be a bit bewildering, but now – whether you want to know how to interpret those complicated labels on cosmetics bottles, or even have a go at making your own skincare products from scratch – reliable help is at hand in the form of ‘The Ultimate Natural Beauty Bible‘.
Published by Kyle Books earlier this year, the book is written by two women who certainly know what they’re talking about – Sarah Stacey is the Health Editor of the Mail on Sunday YOU Magazine, while Josephine Fairley is a contributing editor to the same publication, specialising in beauty and organic living.
This book is just the latest in their popular ‘Bible’ series (which already includes ‘The 21st Century Beauty Bible’, ‘The Handbag Beauty Bible’ (which we particularly like the sound of), ‘The Green Beauty Bible’ and ‘Beauty Bible Beauty Steals’). As if that’s not enough, Jo and Sarah are also the brains behind BeautyBible.com, one of the world’s most popular and respected independent beauty advice websites.
So, it’s little surprise when the customer reviews say that “you won’t find a more useful or more thoroughly researched book on this subject”, and praise “two girls who really know what they are talking about when it comes to beauty.” At the heart of the book are Sarah and Jo’s trademark ‘tried and tested’ reports and ratings on the latest natural cosmetics and treatments, helping you make the right choices for you on what to (or not to) buy.
Wrapped up together with guidance on skin, hair, make-up, hands, feet, nails, sleep and exercise (among other things) – as well as those popular and easy-to-follow recipes for making your own organic, homemade cosmetics – there’s no wonder that so many women love this book.
So, if you too want to know how to look, feel and be fabulous naturally, there’s hardly a better place to start than ‘The Ultimate Natural Beauty Bible‘ – our Book of the Month for August!