Liz Earle's millions of customers worldwide have long clamoured for this book because, however good the products, they're not the whole answer. Here Liz explores real skin secrets. She describes which botanical ingredients are best for young skin, which plant oils are the most effective wrinkle removers and why vitamin E is so good for you. Liz also emphasises the importance of a holistic approach - what you eat, how you sleep and how you relax are just as important as how you cleanse and detox. She gives you a long-term strategy, recommending complementary therapies and supplements that will nourish your skin, as well as recipes and exercise routines to keep your skin healthy and glowing. For the price of her Cleanse and Polish Hot Cloth cleanser (over 4 million sold), this book will keep your skin looking good for life.
Liz Earle MBE is the best-selling author of more than thirty books on a wide range of beauty, health and wellbeing topics. Her early works in the 1980s focused on the importance of nutrition for wellbeing, being some of the first to promote the importance of antioxidants and plant oils in our diet. In 1991, Liz hosted the first network programme on beauty and wellbeing, Beautywise, on BBC1, before moving on to become a familiar face on daytime television with Liz Earle's Lifestyle, on the ITV Network. In 1995 she co-founded the multi award-winning Liz Earle Beauty Co., where she remains a consultant. She recently launched a new online venture, Liz Earle Wellbeing, and continues to be a regular contributor to television and radio on a range of food and wellbeing issues. A tireless campaigner for ethical sourcing and provenance, Liz is an ambassador for The Sustainable Food Trust and the Soil Association. Her work with The Prince's Trust and other charitable organisations led her to found LiveTwice, a charity providing opportunity for the disadvantaged in the UK and overseas. She was awarded an honorary doctorate by Portsmouth University in 2010. Liz Earle lives on an organic farm in the West Country with her film-maker husband and five children.