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The Anti-Ageing Beauty Bible: The Only Steps You Need to Look and Feel Gorgeous for Ever Hardcover – Illustrated, 24 Mar 2011

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  • Hardcover: 224 pages
  • Publisher: Kyle Cathie (24 Mar. 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1856269450
  • ISBN-13: 978-1856269452
  • Product Dimensions: 21.4 x 2.1 x 26.6 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (47 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 49,363 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

More About the Author

Josephine Fairley is a contributing editor to the Mail on Sunday YOU Magazine, where she writes on beauty and organic living. She also writes on beauty for Tatler, Elle and Here's Health.

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'If you're concerned about the telltale signs of ageing, worry no longer!' YOU Magazine

'The queens of the beauty bible, Sarah Stacey and Jo Fairley, have triumphed again and delivered another must-have beauty tome - this time focusing on ageing. The Anti-Ageing Beauty Bible promises to change the way you look and feel if you are over the age of 35, and alongside the results of impressive product testing, offers excellent advice on how not to fade away with tips from make-up, hair and skin care insiders.'
Telegraph Magazine

'If you want to find out which creams cut the mustard without actually having to try them all out yourself, check out the Anti-Ageing Beauty Bible by Jo Fairley and Sarah Stacey. The products cover more than 43 categories, with no stone left unturned (even the sensitive ones) in the search for making the most of what you've got as the years roll on.' The Irish Times

'Choosing an anti-ageing cream can feel like looking for a needle in a haystack. Josephine Fairley and Sarah Stacey continue to do the hard work for us with their latest book The Anti-Ageing Beauty Bible.' Country Living

Listed as "must have item". 'Maintaining a youthful radiance is as popular quest as ever. The hotly tipped and beautifully put together handbook, The Anti Ageing Beauty Bible details tried-and-tested products for every area of the body and reveals the secrets of the experts.' Vantage

'Fab advice on skin, hair, exercise and more- plus tips from inspirational women.'
Woman's Own

'The ultimate bible for beauty junkies, this beautifully illustrated book has trialled the latest age-defying goodies, from budget buys through to luxurious treats, to find out what really works when it comes to turning back the clock.'
Women's Fitness

'The authors recruited 2,400 women aged 35 to test the latest age-defying products aimed at solving problems such as dark shadows, wrinkles, cellulite and stretch marks. The result is a comprehensive guide to making the most of your looks at your age.' --The Sun

'Fab advice on skin, hair, exercise and more - plus tips from inspirational women.' --Woman's Own

Listed as "must have item". 'Maintaining a youthful radiance is as popular quest as ever. The hotly tipped and beautifully put together handbook, The Anti Ageing Beauty Bible details tried-and-tested products for every area of the body and reveals the secrets of the experts.' --Vantage

About the Author

Sarah Stacey is an award-winning journalist and TV producer. She is currently Health Editor of the Mail on Sunday YOU Magazine. Josephine Fairley is a contributing editor to the Mail on Sunday YOU Magazine, where she writes on beauty and organic living. She also writes on beauty for Tatler, Elle and Here's Health. Together they have written The 21st Century Beauty Bible, The Handbag Beauty Bible, The Green Beauty Bible and Beauty Bible Beauty Steals.


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I'm quite vain, highish maintenance and approaching a certain age so this was a must-buy for me. There are some great tips in it and some good recommendations (although it's hard to believe that EVERY moisturised in the land was tested) but you would go absolutely nuts if you followed these regimes. It's just too too much - how many primers, skin bighteners, supercreams and facial boosts can a girl use (or indeed afford - the Guerlain cream I thought might do me was £270 in John Lewis)? If I did as much buffing, massaging, patting and scrubbing as this book recommends I would never get to leave the house. However, as I said, it contains some good advice, the best being to rub your precious unguents vigorously and at some length into your skin as they do no good just sitting on the surface. That much I will do! Off for a fag and a glass of wine now. Jo and Sarah would HATE me.
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August 2014. I have recently had correspondence with the authors over something they were promoting in their email newsletter. I am more & more disillusioned with these ladies. I do now believe they are only interested in selling. They are unwilling to face up to the idiocy which is promoted by themselves on behalf of others. I am truly appalled at some of what they recommend. They use psuedo science (as do most beauty houses) to impress naive women. 'Toxins' do not exist in a normal body. Our bodies cleanse themselves continuously, every moment of every day. I am an advocate of all types of healing, but one must be sensible, not gullible. If only doctors, GP's, were more caring & knowledgeable. If only a dermatologist could be seen on the NHS for cosmetic reasons. Maybe that is not the complete answer either, but I am so angry with all this greed applied to women with their insecurities.

7 June 2014 Ladies, the beauty industry is a multmillion pound business, feeding off all our insecurities, vanities, pride & countless other emotions. This book is written by women who work for that industry. They disappoint me in their selection of products offered, which as some other reviewers have said, is mainly tending toward the high end, (more expensive/less cheap).

Another thing they do is have something like an old friends, girls network, where they each recommend themselves over & over. Look on line, read magazines & see what I mean.

Maybe they do mean well, but to me it is just like going to Selfridges or Harrods, wandering around the beauty counters & being coerced to spend, spend, spend.

Which brings up another criticism. Most beauty editors seem to think all women of a certain age have dry, wrinkled faces.
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Bought this as a present for my stylish 70 year old mum and after dipping into the first couple of pages went straight to my laptop to buy a copy for myself.
Quite a substantial read with lots of inspiring advice and surprisingly current in its product recommendations.
Not just for the 40+ reader. Great as a reference book for the younger woman planning ahead. Highly recommended
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I ordered this book as I am a beauty junkie, and as my husband states 'a marketers dream'..OK, so I do like to know what people have tried and tested and eh if it works for the majority of them then it should work for me !

I think this book is fantastic, and as I started to read it was really hoping the products I currently use would be no.1, cause I just knew if they weren't I would be shopping on line as I flicked through the pages and spending a fortune. Luckily some of the products I already use have made it, but I was dissapointed some hadn't - like the Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish, which believe me is amazing, I've used it for years; it wasn't even listed, but its won endless other beauty awards. I did giggle as their no.1 Cleanser Elemis has been sat in my bathroom cabinet for 6 months !! Oh dear, I'll be trying that this evening.

It even reminded me to get back into yoga, haven't done it for months, but I'll be going to the gym class tomorrow !

I think this book should also come with little bookmark post it stickers, for easy reference, so you can save your favourites, cause there are soo many.

Great book, they should do a handbag version, so when I'm out I can use as a reference or even better an smartphone version ! Don't think hubby will appreciate me phoning him asking him to check a product in the book when I'm at the Selfridge's beauty counter !

I definitely recommend this book, if like me you take care of yourself on the outside as well as inside and like to see what products work, but be prepared to spend more money, I guarantee you will once you've read it !
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Excellent. I think the Anti-Ageing Beauty Bible is brilliant. I only bought it a few weeks ago right when it came out the first week to be exact and already I have tried out a few of the products. The miracle cream they recommend is brilliant the no. 1. They really are right in the creams and lotions they advise. I think you save a lot of money. If I had bought this book years ago, it would have saved me buying useless products thats for sure. They really work. I have drawers full of useless stuff fit for the bin. I am going to try and limit the new products to one or two a month but I must say they are spot on, in what they say. The products really work. When I think of all the ones Ive tried that don't. Its very hard to know on your own really. We are bombarded with advertisements.
Its a real feel good book from age 34 years on, I wouldn't have classed buying it for someone that age but thats what they say. I suppose its never too young to look after your skin. Do yourself a favour go for it.
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