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The Skincare Bible: Your No-Nonsense Guide to Having Great Skin

The Skincare Bible: Your No-Nonsense Guide to Having Great Skin by Dr. Anjali Mahto, ISBN: 9780241309100
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ISBN: 9780241309100
Publisher: Penguin Life
Published: April 2018
Format: Paperback
Language: English
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The Skincare Bible: Your No-Nonsense Guide to Having Great Skin

The skin is our biggest organ but we often take it for granted or learn to live with complaints rather than seek the advice we need. Dr Mahto cuts through all the nonsense that we read online or in magazines, e.g. chia seeds are not going to give you the glow, homemade face masks are not the answer to curing acne and lilac water is never going to reduce scarring. She gives us honest expert advice on a variety of skin issues and how best to look after our skin. From morning and night-time routines, to dealing common skin complaints such as acne, rosacea and pigmentation, to how stress, pollution and diet impact your skin and how to look after you skin at any age, Dr Mahto provides you with your complete guide to having radiant, healthy skin for the rest of your life.

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