Saturday, June 8, 2019
Book Review: The Beauty Geek's Guide to Skin Care: 1,000 Essential Definitions of Common Product Ingredients by Deborah Burnes
Title: The Beauty Geek's Guide to Skin Care: 1,000 Essential Definitions of Common Product Ingredients
Author: Deborah Burnes
The Title says it all The Beauty Geeks Guide to Skin Care! I have always struggle with my skin and how to care for it because of all the different products and cost of the products. Now with girls and boy who need to start taking care of their skin I am surrounded by endless ads and having no idea which really works and which is just a scam.
Deborah Burnes pretty much dumb down skin care without telling readers your stupid for not trying this before.
She makes it simple and easy without readers spend a insane amount of money on their skin. The author keeps it simple and everything readers need is in this book.
This is a keeper!
Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher for the advance copy of Deborah Burnes The beauty Geeks guide to Skin.
Everything Every Beauty Geek Needs to Know About Skin Care
When it comes to finding the perfect formula for dewy and healthy skin, knowledge is power. That’s why skin care guru Deborah Burnes shares everything you need to know about essential ingredients in this book—so that you can give your skin exactly what it needs to glow.
Whether you’re making products for your own use or trying to figure out which brands work best for you, The Beauty Geek’s Guide to Skin Care has all the latest insider info on 1,000 of the beauty industry’s most commonly used ingredients. Plus, you’ll learn the best practices and lifestyle habits to make healthy skin an everyday reality.
About The Author:
Deborah Burnes is the co-founder and CEO of Sumbody, a skin care company dedicated to all natural, eco-friendly products. Lauded as being "at the forefront of the natural beauty product revolution," Deborah has amassed thousands of devoted fans and clients. Learn more at sumbody.com.
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