Containing 250 tips on cosmetics, grooming products and treatments, this book offers tips on packaging, ingredients, organics, toxins, animal testing and ethical issues. It provides tips on how to read product labels, avoid toxins, statistics on carcinogens and why to choose non-aluminium anti-perspirants.
One of four titles in the "Little Green Book" series, here you will learn how to make choices that affect not only your own life but the planet as a whole. Containing 250 tips on cosmetics, grooming products and treatments, "The Little Green Book of Beauty" offers tips on packaging, ingredients, organics, toxins, animal testing and ethical issues. From how to read product labels and avoid toxins to statistics on carcinogens and why choose non-aluminium anti-perspirants, here are tips that are necessary for your wellbeing as well as the planets.
Customer Reviews - The Little Green Book of Beauty
Sarah Callard studied fashion journalism at Central St Martins College of Art and Design in London, England, before becoming a lifestyle journalist. She has been writing about natural lifestyles for more than ten years. Currently writing a weekly 'green' column for the Saturday Telegraph, she is a regular contributor to a number of other UK publications, including the Independent, the Observer and Ethical Living magazine. She lives an eco-friendly life in Devon, England.
The Little Green Book of Beauty by Sarah Callard
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