One of the best ways to get the information you need? Go old school and check out a book! From a book dedicated to the best foods to eat for better-looking skin, to one all about Korean skin care, we're sharing some skin care books to dive into... face first.
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"Glow from Within" by Joanna Vargas
"Glow from Within," $17.59, starts by focusing on how nutrition impacts your skin and then delves into skin care regimens, vital information on how to make informed choices for your skin, deciphering active ingredients and how they work, and even the latest therapies used in spas and medical practices — microneedling and light and laser therapies, to name a few.
And honestly, that's just the tip of the iceberg: "Glow from Within" is filled with Vargas' expertise, knowledge and is grounded in science and lifestyle-based wisdom from her decades-long experience in the skin care arena.
"Fresh Face" by Mandi Nyambi, M.S.
Nyambi gives you the basics and foundations of skin care, breaks down the anatomy of a skin care routine and then gives you a routine for multiple skin types. In this book you'll find routines for dry to oily skin and routines for those with hyperpigmentation, acne and other skin concerns. And not only do you get the routines, you get the breakdowns of the whys and hows.
"The Healthy Skin Diet" by Geraldine Georgeou
But then again, this is still a cookbook, so you get delicious recipes for breakfast, lunch and dinner like sweet potato halloumi hash, Thai beef noodle salad and Dukkah roast chicken with root vegetable crumble.
"The Big Book of Homemade Products for Your Skin, Health and Home" by Jan Berry
Skin care you can make with this book include: Berry's recipes for her Honey, Rose & Oat Face Cleanser, Basil & Rose Kombucha Toner and Dry Flowers and Herbs Mask.