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Natural Body Care Books

 

Botanica Erotica
by Diana De Luca Hardcover (130 pages) 1998
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A playful and provocative full color guide to the history and use of the world's classic aphrodisiacs; this book includes easy recipes for food, cordials, lotions, and potions designed to please the senses. Includes chapters on mythology, erotic massage, touching, and belly dance. Copiously filled with stunning full color photographs and illustrations.
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Coconut Oil for Health and Beauty
by Cynthia and Laura Holzapfel Softcover (127 pages) 2004
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Coconut Oil has been found to be one of the most healthful fats that people can eat, and it has powerful antibacterial and antiviral properties. Populations in southeast Asia and the Pacific islands who use coconut oil as the primary source of fat often have less heart disease than people of other regions. Included are over 20 recipes for using coconut oil, grated coconut, and coconut milk in both delicious recipes and health care products, as well as instructions on how to prepare fresh coconut foods at home.
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Earthly Bodies & Heavenly Hair
by Dina Falconi (241pp) 1998
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Includes more than 450 personal care formulas for face, eyes, mouth, hair, scalp, hands, and feet as well as whole body treatments. Everything is easy to make with comprehensive directions.
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Herbal Body Book
by Stephanie Tourles (128pp) 1994
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Includes an all inclusive compendium of skin-care basics, with over 100 recipes. This volume contains a comprehensive list of herbs, their cosmetic properties, and the advantages of making one's own personal care products.
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Herbal Home Spa
by Greta Breedlove (201 pp.) 1998
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Naturally refreshing wraps, rubs, lotions, masks, oils and scrubs. Easy recipes, practical information fill this excellent book. A pampering experience not to be missed.
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Jeanne Rose Herbal Body Book
by Jeanne Rose (400 pp) 2000 2nd edition
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This handy volume is practical and packed with useful information on herbal body care preparations. A comprehensive guide to all aspects of herbal body care that reads from a beginners point of view, making it easy to understand the world of natural body care. Covers just about every aspect of body pampering including acne, hand care, bathing, cosmetics, hair care, wrinkles, aromatherapy and weight loss. Loaded with recipes and formulations. Recommended
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The Natural Soap Book: Making Herbal and Vegetable-Based Soaps
by Susan Cavitch Miller (182pp) 1995
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Well-organized book emphasizing vegetable-based soaps & step-by-step instructions. Excellent chapters on oils & fats, scents & blending, recipes, trouble-shooting, cutting & gift-wrapping, & soap chemistry. Includes a supplies list & glossary.
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Naturally Healthy Hair
by Mary Beth Janssen (187pp) 1999
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Your hair reflects your personality, emotion, style, and self-esteem. Now internationally acclaimed hair designer and educator Mary Beth Janssen explains how you can get the stunning hair you've always wished for.
This book offers a natural, holistic approach to hair care including techniques for encouraging hair growth, formulas for creating botanical and herbal hair preparations, and healthy approaches to cutting, coloring, and styling. Packed with tips, techniques, advice, and simple recipes.
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Naturally Healthy Skin
by Stephanie Tourles (200 pp) 1999
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A well-rounded and expansive piece of work into the natural and holistic way to care for ones skin. Covers the science and structure of the skin, essential natural cosmetics and their different grades, recipes and must have lists, different ways to pamper yourself, and a list of common skin ailments and what can be done to assist you against these problems. A fun read that is easy to digest and comes recommended to both the novice and experienced alike. This book is great for those who only want to apply Natural ingredients to their skin.
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