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Feed Your Face

Feed Your Face

Each year the average woman spends hundreds of pounds on skincare products, only to be disappointed when the hype outplays the performance. Empowering women to break this cycle, Dr Jessica Wu shares the secrets to transforming your skin from the inside out.

Feed Your Face is an easy-to-use, 28-day diet plan that will help you banish blemishes, wipe out wrinkles, shed unwanted pounds and generally feel better – in your clothes and in your skin. Along the way, you will learn how to separate skincare fact from fiction, as Dr Wu explains why:

* A slice of pizza and a glass of Cabernet can prevent an impending sunburn
* Milk doesn’t always do a body good – dairy products are a major cause of acne
* Almonds can ward off grey hairs

Packed with patient testimonials, entertaining illustrations and celebrity anecdotes from stars including Katherine Heigl, Feed Your Face is as entertaining as it is informative.
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Genre: Health & Personal Development

On Sale: 28th December 2017

Price: £9.99

ISBN-13: 9780749957452

Reviews

Feed Your Face is an indispensable guide to maintaining glowing skin and more importantly a healthy body. It's refreshing to see a dermatologist highlighting nutrition so prominently. This clear, concise guide offers a wealth of information on the right foods to tackle skin problems and prevent aging. There are also some fabulous tips on natural beauty solutions and how to avoid sun-damaged skin. I will certainly be following some of Dr Jessica Wu's advice
Dawn Mellowship, author of Toxic Beauty and freelance journalist
The key to looking younger is not copious amounts of Botox or plastic surgery, it's a diet that will naturally hydrate and improve your skin's texture, as Dr Wu's Feed Your Face Diet has done for me
Maria Bello, actress
In the entertaining and informative Feed Your Face, Dr. Jessica Wu, a dermatologist, discusses what to eat, and what not to eat, for various skin problems. Want, say, stronger hair? Make sure to get enough cysteine (a building block of keratin) from sources like pork, egg yolks, onions, garlic, broccoli and wheat germ; and silicon, found in pill form or in green beans and spinach
Hilary Howard, New York Times
Dermatologist to the stars, Dr Jessica Wu, reveals how to achieve glowing skin without breaking the bank . . . Featuring stories from celebrities as well, it's an eye-opening read
Star magazine
Filled with tips on what foods can help banish wrinkles, acne and blemishes, this beauty bible won't disappoint
Woman