Arts & Crafts& food

Plant-Powered Beauty by Amy Galper; Christina Daigneault

I have been so caught up with the books that I have to read, that I have not reviewed a hobby related book for a while. I have decided to take this chance to correct that oversight.

There are a lot of people out there who are doing research into what all consumers consume at any given time. It is for those people who make a conscious effort to keep an eye on what goes into the products on their shelf.This book is like that big encyclopedia that used to be an investment (at least that was the case at my home) which was to be brought down from the shelf to give a detailed answer to what we wanted to know before Google came. This is a very extensive book. It has possibly all the information one would ever need to curate completely natural and homemade beauty products. By beauty products, I do not mean makeup but cleaning, cleaning and probably cheering as well. It looks like a very involved process to get the end results and I would assume someone with a strong will, and a big kitchen, time and interest would devour the book.

It is a very well presented book of all the exhaustive information(with some very nice pictures) we could ever want in terms of plant powered products.I really enjoyed the content, and maybe, just maybe I can rouse myself to try out a couple of the recipes.

I got a chance to read and review this book via NetGalley

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