As every woman knows, there is no one way to create the perfect body. The New Body Book brings together recent developments in the four pillars of beauty wisdom in a way that can help every woman make the most of her natural endowments. Those basics are:
- Diet and lifestyle
- Beauty treatments
- Cosmetic or aesthetic surgery
This book offers every woman a chance to compare and contrast these alternatives, then select from them and put together a customized health and beauty routine. Author Nicola Moulton divides her advice and instruction into five categories. The first four will help each woman develop her full potential for facial and body health and good looks. The fifth section tells her how to maintain health and keep appearance in top form:
- The Body: A look at its overall health, and how to improve deficiencies
- Top: Beauty tips for face, skin, neck, teeth, eyes, and hair
- Middle: Advice for improving back, breasts, waist, arms, and hands
- Bottom: Keeping trim hips, bottom, thighs, legs, and feet
- General Well-being: self-help treatments, motivators, and confidence boosters
Readers will also share the author’s cutting-edge information from the beauty and cosmetics industry. Approximately 200 full-color photos and illustrations.
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As every woman knows, there is no one way to a new body. The New Body Book brings together the latest developments in the four pillars of beauty wisdom: exercise, lifestyle, beauty and alternative treatments, and cosmetic or esthetic surgery (from teeth whitening to Botox, and from collagen to breast enhancement), in one volume, offering the chance to compare, contrast, and put together a customized health and beauty routine to suite you alone. There are four sections on getting your best-ever face and body, plus a fifth on keeping them that way: Body?a look at the all-over health of the body you have now and how you can improve it Top?all you need to know about beautifying your face, skin, neck, teeth, eyes, and hair Middle?from the shoulders to the stomach, advice on improving your back, breasts, waist, arms, and hands Bottom?the bottom line on making a difference to your hips, bottom, thighs, legs, and feet Well-being?how to keep up the good work by staying motivated, plus self-help treatments and instant confidence-boosting tricks
The luckiest women in the world are probably those who accept themselves as they are, cellulite and all. But that doesn?t mean that most of us can?t improve on what nature and hard work have given us. That?s why The New Body Book looks at all the different ways to achieve and maintain a better you, drawing on consultancies with beauty specialists, doctors, and plastic surgeons for an up-to-date view of the sensible way to get you best-ever body.
Working from head to toe, it takes a look at what works best for the whole body, and then focuses on improvements to each bodily area. Each chapter offers a balanced view of diet, exercise, beauty, and alternative treatments, and cosmetic or esthetic surgery. It assesses realistically what each technique can achieve, and what simply isn?t possible. Pointers will be given on age-related issues, specific health problems, and finding the right practitioner. Step-by-step exercises and instructions will help you to put the information into practice. The final section looks at how the mind affects the body with strategies to help you feel positive while you work on your body, and self-help treatments to boost your mood, relieve stress, and enable you to have more fun when times get tough.
Realistic and straightforward, this guide is dedicated to making the body you?ve got into the one you want?fit, firm, and fantastically healthy.
NICOLA MOULTON, a London-based health and beauty writer, began her career by winning the Jackie Moore Award for Fashion Journalism. She later switched her interest to her biggest passion?health and beauty?and has written for a variety of publications, including Woman?s Journal, She, and The Guardian. She is currently Health and Beauty Editor of Marie Claire.
About the Author
Nicola Moulton is a London-based fashion, beauty, and health writer whose articles appear frequently in English magazines and newspapers. She is also a freelance consultant in the health and beauty industry, giving product advice to companies that include Proctor and Gamble and L’Oreal.
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