Pure Skin Care, by Stephanie L. Tourles

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Feed your skin, feet, and hands with these easy-to-create all-natural cleansers, toners, masks, steams, scrubs, moisturizers, and balms.

Holistic esthetician Stephanie L. Tourles offers 78 of her all-time favorite recipes that nourish, protect, and pamper your outer layer from head to toe. Using familiar ingredients—from avocados, strawberries, and thyme to cornmeal, sea salt, essential oils, and white clay—you'll learn how to soothe common skin conditions and customize recipes that work best with your skin type.

"Skin care at its best!" —An G. Hinds, CEO/President, Catherine Hinds Institute of Esthetics

"One of a handful of wellness experts that I trust unconditionally, Stephanie Tourles selects each ingredient with intention and care, providing well-researched advice and effective recipes that align with an earth-based, holistic approach to natural beauty. Start pampering yourself today!" —Hannah Kincaid, Wellness Editor, Mother Earth News Living and Mother Earth News magazines

Purpose: Education. (Learn more about the difference between Marketing and Education materials.)

Publication: 2018.

Pages: 247.

Binding: Hardcover, spiral-bound.


Stephanie L. Tourles is a licensed holistic esthetician who has been practicing and teaching healthy living for more than 25 years. A certified aromatherapist and reflexologist, Tourles is the best-selling author of Organic Body Care Recipes, Hands-On Healing Remedies, and Raw Energy. She lives in Orland, Maine.

Table of Contents

Part One: Achieving Beautiful Skin, Naturally
Chapter 1: Caring for Your Skin
Chapter 2: Choosing Your Tools and Containers
Chapter 3: Basic Techniques
Part Two: Making Your Skin Care Products
Chapter 4: Clean—Recipes for Cleansers, Astringents, and Toners
Chapter 5: Revive—Recipes for Masks, Steams, and Scrubs
Chapter 6: Nourish and Protect—Recipes for Moisturizers, Elixirs, Skin Conditioners, and Sun Care
Chapter 7: Pamper—Recipes for Feet and Hands
Appendix: Skin Care Apothecary
Metric Conversions
Recommended Reading


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