skin health product selector Reviews & Opinions


Submit skin health product selector review or read customer reviews:

100 Reviews Found

Sort by: Most Accurate (default) | Newest | Top Rated

  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Skin Health Product Selector review [App]  2019-3-9 13:33

    amazing

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    101 Easy Homemade Products for Your Skin, Health & Home: A Nerdy Farm Wife's All-Natural DIY Projects Using Commonly Found Herbs, Flowers & Other Plants review []  2020-1-20 1:19

    I am a long time follower of Jan's blog The Nerdy Farm Wife so I was fast to preorder this knowing how amazing her recipes are. She is a concise writer of recipes, with simple to follow instructions. I am cautious in trying fresh things and her straightforward approach got me making some salves and lotion bars. I'm excited to test some fresh things in this book.About the book itself:The images are gorgeous. The spine of this book is unique, a combination of glue and string bound that allows for it to begin wide and stay begin from any spot in the book - which I think is such an attention to detail for a cookbook.What's inside:Skin care, salves & balm, body butters & lotion bars, creams & lotions, soaks & salts, bath melts & scrubs, lip care, hair care, handmade soaps, home remedies, household solutions, and pet care. There's a amazing intro to the supplies you'll be using as well as a thorough index. Any skill level will search something to have fun in this book.

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    101 Easy Homemade Products for Your Skin, Health & Home: A Nerdy Farm Wife's All-Natural DIY Projects Using Commonly Found Herbs, Flowers & Other Plants review []  2020-1-20 1:19

    Wow what a beautiful, well place together book. I grow all of my own herbs organically, and create some of my bath and skincare products myself. I am 29 years old and have been doing so for the latest 10 years. I mostly steam clean everything that can be, but I have also just started making my own cleaning products too, I have a one year old and avoid chemicals at all cost, but some things you need a cleaner, and all natural is a amazing option. I purchased this book so I could have some fresh recipes/inspiration. The pictures are absolutely amazing, and the recipes are great! As soon as I opened this book, I couldn't pull myself away, I read through every recipe , soaking up all of the amazing information. The author obviously must have bees, and uses a lot of bee produced products in her e only qualm that I have, and why I gave this book 4 stars instead of 5, is because I sure do want she would have gone into info with her preservation methods and what natural preservatives are best with each recipe, although she dors go over natural preservatives in the beginning of the book. I've reviewed this book after looking through each and every recipe, but have only had a possibility to produce a few of the recipes, which turned out great. I will return to modernize my review after I have created several more of the products from this book. At this point I recommend this book to anyone whom is looking for some inspiration/recipes for homemade products. The author has provided recipes for homemade soap, bath products, cleaning products, pet care, and the list goes on. You simply cannot go wrong with this book whether you are a newbie, or advanced at making homemade products. Update: I've created a few more products and all of them are great, I'm very satisfied with the recipes in this book. I decided to check out the authors blog (Jan Berry, thenerdyfarmwife) , and was very happy to see she had lots of info on preservatives (some natural ones) , and had even done an experiment with microbial testing to see which preservatives are best for her homemade products. I'm guessing she read the one star review slamming her for not using preservatives, and decided to use critism constructively, I'm beautiful impressed, as preserving her recipes was something I was concerned with as well.

    0  


    Add Your Opinion on skin health product selector or Continue Reading Reviews Below ↓

     

    Watch skin health product selector video reviews and related movies:

    See How To Choose The Best Glasses And Frames For Your Face Shape on youtube.

     related image

    See NeriumAD Anti-Aging.mp4 on youtube.

     related image

    See Hand Sanitizer: Deb InstantFOAM® Complete on youtube.

     related image

    See Deep Heat Massager (Face & Body) Review in Hindi || Indian Products on youtube.

     related image

    See Lifepak demo on youtube.

     related image

    See Behind The Birds :: Accutane, Our Skin Journey on youtube.

     related image

    See Janitorial Supplies, Paper Goods, Party Supplies, Coffee & Engraving Services in Danville IL on youtube.

     related image

    See How to Choose the Right Hair Colour Shade for You - Glamrs on youtube.

     related image

    Scroll down to see all opinions ↓

  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    101 Easy Homemade Products for Your Skin, Health & Home: A Nerdy Farm Wife's All-Natural DIY Projects Using Commonly Found Herbs, Flowers & Other Plants review []  2020-1-20 1:19

    I love this book! If your into DIY natural products at home this book is for you. Most recipes require only a few ingredients,ingredients simple to search at vendors who sell oils and herbs like Mountain Rose Herbs, and most you can pick right from your yard like dandelion and sunflowers. I know a lot of these recipes are effective because over the years I myself created very related versions and had amazing results. I never wrote them down, so I am happy to have Jan's book as a reference now. The pictures are stunning, the recipes simple to read and uncomplicated. I love that she gives a customizable recipe for the lotions, balms and salves so that you have a primary recipe to follow. There is even a section to making natural soaps and primary instructions- and unlike Anne-Marie Faiola who wrote Pure Soapmaking ( a joke about natural by the way)- Jan Berry"s recipes ARE Natural and effective. (This girl is all about Natural). By far Jan is the Soap Queen of natural soaps and I have had method better success using Jan's natural soap recipes. There is no hidden agenda in this book either- she's not selling her company like the other Queen- Jan is a very knowledgeable in her field and loves to share her passion. She is bright, respectful and very helpful in her field. Her FB page is one of the best groups- informational supportive and full of amazing insight. I love that she included a little pet section and I am eager to test the dry shampoo on my short haired terrier when the snow stops blowing. There is a section for homecare and some amazing natural recipes. You can always double up her recipes to create larger batches. The beginning of the book explains about oils, butters and other additives, and even recommends tools you may need. Most of it we have or can purchase at second hand stores. Containers may be your largest need, but health meal stores like Wholefoods carry different containers in their health and beauty section now. This is the excellent book for the purist or naturalist who is just getting into the field of herbalism, and I enjoyed the book from cover to cover. I highly recommend it as a reference book for your apothecary.

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    101 Easy Homemade Products for Your Skin, Health & Home: A Nerdy Farm Wife's All-Natural DIY Projects Using Commonly Found Herbs, Flowers & Other Plants review []  2020-1-20 1:19

    I have really enjoyed this book! I have created seven of the recipes in the book so far (and a few variations as well) and each one has turned out astoundingly well. Normally, I am a notorious recipe fail-er, but the info is presented so clearly, so neatly, that it is really hard to mess up. I am truly grateful to the author, because it is just so much fun to create something and have it turn out well! In fact, it's now become my mini-obsession... I've been buying ingredients and making like crazy. I suppose that is one hazard of the book!P.S. I do highly recommend having a digital scale handy, as I think it has been key to my success because I couldn't mess up the measurements. I bought one on Amazon for about $11.

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    101 Easy Homemade Products for Your Skin, Health & Home: A Nerdy Farm Wife's All-Natural DIY Projects Using Commonly Found Herbs, Flowers & Other Plants review []  2020-1-20 1:19

    This book covers products for your body as well as for your home. There is a nice selection of recipes for each category. She even has a few for your pets. In the beginning of the book I like the fact that she lists the herbs recommended in the recipes and has a brief description of how they are beneficial and then lists the recipes that they are used in as well as the page numbers. She also lists the various types of oils and butters that you can use and lists their attributes as well. There is also a section in the beginning that has extra ingredients that are used and an explanation of them. Jan Berry also covers equipment needed, substitution tips, preservatives, antioxidants, and preparation times in this section. If you are fresh to making your own products there is a resources section in the back of the book that can support you know where to search some products. In my opinion this is a amazing book for those who have been making their own products for a while or someone who is fresh to it. She has a lot of amazing info in this book that I found useful. You can search more info on her www service and she does answer to people's questions and comments. I'm very satisfied with my purchase and am looking forward to making a lot of of these recipes.

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    101 Easy Homemade Products for Your Skin, Health & Home: A Nerdy Farm Wife's All-Natural DIY Projects Using Commonly Found Herbs, Flowers & Other Plants review []  2020-1-20 1:19

    We (she . . . ) have been making all natural face cream for 15 years. You can eat the items if you wanted. Some of her mates create demands of her and her amazing face/hand cream. I saw this book and it was a no-brainer. Being a very practical, no-frills type of guy I was looking for info on more simple, homemade stuff. (I'm the type of guy who when he "makes nachos" it sometimes means I eat a tortilla chip then take a bite of cheese. I'm a guy . . .) BUT the book itself is a work of artisan masterpiece. It is a really attractive book. It's got all the amazing information and recipes but the pictures and crafting are elegant. You can leave it on a coffee table. I'm ordering another one for my buddy "Sudsy" who makes her own soap. A nice piece of work from a "rascally", Nerdy Farm Wife. (Hmmm . . . "Nachos" are sounding amazing right about now . . . )

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    101 Easy Homemade Products for Your Skin, Health & Home: A Nerdy Farm Wife's All-Natural DIY Projects Using Commonly Found Herbs, Flowers & Other Plants review []  2020-1-20 1:19

    i feel like i bought the excellent diy skin & body care book for my level of experience with jan berry's book. i have a small experience with homemade recipes but not too much and jan's recipes will encourage me to create products & use ingredients beyond the true basics. actually, her book would also work for a complete beginner if they omit the optional ingredients. they could even use the oils without the infused herbs or flowers although that is half the fun! she also gives a lot of alternate recommendations for more unusual ingredients like rose hip oil that a beginner might not have. in this case, she recommends, among other oils, sweet almond oil which is a commonly used diy is book has a unbelievable selection of recipes for skin & body care, household cleaning recipes, pet recipes and soapmaking. she covers the gamut so if you are primarily looking for a wide assortment of recipes this one book will be a amazing resource. the recipes themselves are easy-to-follow and most have lovely full-page color photos. also, she always gives shelf life & safety information for every recipe which is really important. she knows her items and will tell you if an ingredient or essential oil has safety limitations say for certain health reasons. for example, on her flea powder pets recipe she recommends using the lavender plant but not the lavender essential oil as that can be too powerful and harmful to some animals. she'll also tell you to hold your balm with honey in a little glass jar so it won't rust a metal tin. both things i didn't know and she lets you know when not to use products if pregnant or on children. another amazing feature of the book is the 'create your own' sections where you are encouraged to come up with your own recipes with her guidelines. she also helpfully lists recipes at the beginning of the book for each herb or flower to easily search them. now i know what to do with the rest of the large bag of calendula flowers i bought. highly recommended book!

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    101 Easy Homemade Products for Your Skin, Health & Home: A Nerdy Farm Wife's All-Natural DIY Projects Using Commonly Found Herbs, Flowers & Other Plants review []  2020-1-20 1:19

    Wow! The recipe's in this book are incredible. Some ingredients at your fingertips(garden) while others can be purchased online or health meal store. I am truly amazed at the variety. People products, pet products, skin care,salves,balms, body butters and bars, creams and lotions, bath soaks and salts, melts and scrubs, lots of lip care and hair care, home created soap, herbal home remedies, laundry and house cleaners. A ton of recipes and an perfect buy. Attractive color photography and simple to follow instruction. Explains oils, herbs, preservatives, and materials. I can't think how this book could have possibly been more thorough. Just very very good.

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    101 Easy Homemade Products for Your Skin, Health & Home: A Nerdy Farm Wife's All-Natural DIY Projects Using Commonly Found Herbs, Flowers & Other Plants review []  2020-1-20 1:19

    I love Jan Berry - The Nerdy Farmwife!! I follow her newsletter and she always has amazing DIY recipes for everything possible in a household. When she came out with this book, I had to obtain it and have all the recipes under one simple put to look up. I have created a lot of of the products in this book and on her www service and not a one has ever failed. She explains things in an simple to understand manner and lists ingredients, most of which are very simple to search or acquire. If you are a fan of making your own natural products, then this is one recipe book that will not disappoint. I know there are a lot of DIY natural recipes books out there and some are very good. From someone who has been making most of their own bath, body, household and first aid products for decades, Jan is someone I can recommend without hesitation and I would rate her book right up there in the top with some of the other ones I have read over the years! If this review has helped you in any way, please hit yes at the end of the review.

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    101 Easy Homemade Products for Your Skin, Health & Home: A Nerdy Farm Wife's All-Natural DIY Projects Using Commonly Found Herbs, Flowers & Other Plants review []  2020-1-20 1:19

    So glad I bought this book! I've been making soaps, lip balms, lotions, etc. for about 18 years so I know how to do it...but Jan Berry's books are a unbelievable inspiration for making all-natural products. Everyone think of natural soaps like eucalyptus & spearmint, but I would never have thought of making dandelion-infused soap, for instance. Her recipes for face creams and lotions are little (like 4 oz) so you can easily create a recipe up just for yourself. If you plan to sell any of these, be sure to add a amazing preservative, though, as her cream and lotion recipes don't call for one. Unbelievable photos, too. I have a few of her books - they're all perfect for beginner and experienced alike.

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Homemade Organic Body and Skin Care Beauty Products: Easy to Make Lotions, Creams, Scrubs, Body Butters, Hair Products, and Lip Care Recipes for Women and Men (DIY Beauty Products Book 6) review []  2020-1-16 22:5

    Perfect e-book simple recipes,she gives the importance of why certain body and skin products are used for. A lot of the stuff are found in your kitchen. They don't create a lot at one time so you can hold you product fresh.

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Homemade Organic Body and Skin Care Beauty Products: Easy to Make Lotions, Creams, Scrubs, Body Butters, Hair Products, and Lip Care Recipes for Women and Men (DIY Beauty Products Book 6) review []  2020-1-16 22:5

    Adding juice to bee wax .. will not effect in amazing emulsion .. possible separation ... no preservitive added to freshly juice mixed with butter ,microbes will grow up

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Homemade Organic Body and Skin Care Beauty Products: Easy to Make Lotions, Creams, Scrubs, Body Butters, Hair Products, and Lip Care Recipes for Women and Men (DIY Beauty Products Book 6) review []  2020-1-16 22:5

    Well worth the purchase. I have played with a lot of of the recipes in this small book and have enjoyed them very much.

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Homemade Organic Body and Skin Care Beauty Products: Easy to Make Lotions, Creams, Scrubs, Body Butters, Hair Products, and Lip Care Recipes for Women and Men (DIY Beauty Products Book 6) review []  2020-1-16 22:5

    It has given me a lot of amazing recipes that have worked .

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Homemade Organic Body and Skin Care Beauty Products: Easy to Make Lotions, Creams, Scrubs, Body Butters, Hair Products, and Lip Care Recipes for Women and Men (DIY Beauty Products Book 6) review []  2020-1-16 22:5

    Just the book I neededto learn more about assential oils

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Homemade Organic Body and Skin Care Beauty Products: Easy to Make Lotions, Creams, Scrubs, Body Butters, Hair Products, and Lip Care Recipes for Women and Men (DIY Beauty Products Book 6) review []  2020-1-16 22:5

    This is a nice book recipes arent difficult and will proberbly come out nicely no impossible ingr to scramble to find

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Homemade Organic Body and Skin Care Beauty Products: Easy to Make Lotions, Creams, Scrubs, Body Butters, Hair Products, and Lip Care Recipes for Women and Men (DIY Beauty Products Book 6) review []  2020-1-16 22:5

    Great

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Homemade Organic Body and Skin Care Beauty Products: Easy to Make Lotions, Creams, Scrubs, Body Butters, Hair Products, and Lip Care Recipes for Women and Men (DIY Beauty Products Book 6) review []  2020-1-16 22:5

    Love the recipes

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Homemade Organic Body and Skin Care Beauty Products: Easy to Make Lotions, Creams, Scrubs, Body Butters, Hair Products, and Lip Care Recipes for Women and Men (DIY Beauty Products Book 6) review []  2020-1-16 22:5

    Love them

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Homemade Organic Body and Skin Care Beauty Products: Easy to Make Lotions, Creams, Scrubs, Body Butters, Hair Products, and Lip Care Recipes for Women and Men (DIY Beauty Products Book 6) review []  2020-1-16 22:5

    Had a lot of helpful ideas and simple recipes.

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Formulas, Ingredients and Production of Cosmetics: Technology of Skin- and Hair-Care Products in Japan review []  2019-12-23 20:34

    Well, it's interesting... It wasn't what I expected or hoped for. The formulas include rather esoteric ingredients, in my opinion, and the rest of the explanations in the book are lacking - alternatively I may not have found all of the info yet because it is oddly 's just not very clear on explaining specific ingredients... just general (and rather vague to me) information.And, as an example of escoteric ingredients (in just one easy cream): cetyl ethylhexanoate, cetostearyl alcohol, behenyl alcohol - PLUS (in this ONE cream): stearic acid, beeswax, glyceryl stearate, cetyl palmitate, PEG-40 stearate, PEG-25 stearate, xanthan gum, carboxyvinyl polymer - and that's not all of the ingredients. // Then don't obtain me started on their other types of mehow I managed to pay only about $50 for it. If I had paid full price I would totally be returning it. At about $50, I'll hold it. I think I'll obtain just enough value out of it. If I paid $150, I would be mad. Definitely not worth that...

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Formulas, Ingredients and Production of Cosmetics: Technology of Skin- and Hair-Care Products in Japan review []  2019-12-23 20:34

    Amazing book

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Formulas, Ingredients and Production of Cosmetics: Technology of Skin- and Hair-Care Products in Japan review []  2019-12-23 20:34

    Perfect introduction to formulation. Comprehensive and technical without being overwhelming.

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Formulas, Ingredients and Production of Cosmetics: Technology of Skin- and Hair-Care Products in Japan review []  2019-12-23 20:34

    I was expecting more from this book, but overall it is not bad

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Formulas, Ingredients and Production of Cosmetics: Technology of Skin- and Hair-Care Products in Japan review []  2019-12-23 20:34

    Came in amazing condition version amazing book came in good.

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Formulas, Ingredients and Production of Cosmetics: Technology of Skin- and Hair-Care Products in Japan review []  2019-12-23 20:34

    Very amazing Book!

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Formulas, Ingredients and Production of Cosmetics: Technology of Skin- and Hair-Care Products in Japan review []  2019-12-23 20:34

    Practical and explanative book. Teaches all we need to learn to begin producing cosmetics which was my objective. Lot of topics covered.

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Rimmel Stay Matte Primer, 1 Ounce (1 Count), Makeup Primer, Refines Pores, Stops Shine, Smooths Skin, For Use Under Makeup or as a Standalone Skin Mattifying Product review []  2020-1-17 23:9

    This cream is no joke no shine is the name they should give this cream. I'm no create up artist on shot summer day I decided to use this and girl allow me tell you my face was on point no shine dag I was surprise. I got madd compliments that day

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Rimmel Stay Matte Primer, 1 Ounce (1 Count), Makeup Primer, Refines Pores, Stops Shine, Smooths Skin, For Use Under Makeup or as a Standalone Skin Mattifying Product review []  2020-1-17 23:9

    I have sensitive, oily skin (Honestly, I'm an oil slick. It's sad). I've tried other matte primers (Yes, even Korean ones, as most of my skincare products are Korean) but alas those primers did nothing for me. This is the best primer for my face. It keeps me matte most of the day. Oil starts making an unsolicited appearance in the afternoon, as opposed to in a couple of hours as per my usual struggle, and that's when blotting comes in handy. I even wear it without makeup (even when I'm just chilling at home for the day) to control that pesky sebum production. I have yet to search a matte primer that lasts from morning to night, but this one lasts from morning to afternoon, so it's amazing in my book. My very oily de Note: I haven't worn it with a glowy foundation, only with matte foundations and finishing sprays, so I don't know how it would work with trying to walk that fine line between dewy and oily. Tread carefully, my friends, and allow me know how that tunes out. because as of today I do not glow.

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Rimmel Stay Matte Primer, 1 Ounce (1 Count), Makeup Primer, Refines Pores, Stops Shine, Smooths Skin, For Use Under Makeup or as a Standalone Skin Mattifying Product review []  2020-1-17 23:9

    I love this!!! I've tried various primers including MAC and MAC cannot keep a candle to this primer. My face obtain very oily very quickly, I was shock to see that this actually work, today is my 4th day using and going forward this will be my to go primer, my face stays oily free for over 8hrs, I did my create up at 10am it was 11pm that night and my face was still matte and it also makes my create up latest much longer. You do need to create sure you do a amazing job rubbing it in because it is a very thick primer and it's very simple for your face to look ashy if you don't rub it in correctly. Other than that I love it.

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Rimmel Stay Matte Primer, 1 Ounce (1 Count), Makeup Primer, Refines Pores, Stops Shine, Smooths Skin, For Use Under Makeup or as a Standalone Skin Mattifying Product review []  2020-1-17 23:9

    This items is AMAZING. My face is usually beautiful oily. It doesn't support that I work at a garden center in humid, hot Tennessee. Before I bought this, by the time I headed home from work, beautiful much all my makeup had slid off my face due to sweat. But this primer is basically a makeup glue. Now by the end of the day, my makeup still looks fresh. I've tried other primers before, including Elf products, and nothing come close to working as well as this does.I haven't noticed any ashy-ness, as other reviewers have mentioned. I do use a moisturizer before putting on the primer, so maybe that helps. It's a thick formula, and I think that a small bit goes a long way. My face is beautiful sensitive, and I also haven't noticed any irritation. I LOVE this stuff!

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Rimmel Stay Matte Primer, 1 Ounce (1 Count), Makeup Primer, Refines Pores, Stops Shine, Smooths Skin, For Use Under Makeup or as a Standalone Skin Mattifying Product review []  2020-1-17 23:9

    For the price, I think it is a amazing product. It helps reduce shine, leaves a matte finish, I don't have to blot as much as I did before. I don't apply to the whole face, only to the parts that are prone to oil (t-zone, sides of nose, chin), as otherwise it makes the skin look too dry. For reference, I don't wear foundation, just a bit of powder bronzer on top of this.

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Rimmel Stay Matte Primer, 1 Ounce (1 Count), Makeup Primer, Refines Pores, Stops Shine, Smooths Skin, For Use Under Makeup or as a Standalone Skin Mattifying Product review []  2020-1-17 23:9

    I honestly love this product. I got this to prepare for a date. When i do my makeup it looks amazing but later on my face starts to shine when i HAD a matte finish. My skin is dry yet no matter the products my face looks as if its oily..I realized it may have been my moisturizer/primer. i changed to various ones and decided to give this a shot. I was nervous! The day of the date, i was getting dropped off by someone and i left my powder in the car! I bought it because i was nervous i may have to cover up some shine. but surprisingly i didnt need the touch up! from morning to night it was great. I applied the right amount and im satisfied that im satisfied. Im not amazing with ounces (dont judge me) but getting it, it was smaller than expected even though it says how huge it is in description. but a small goes a long way. I will be buying again. its affordable and if you're iffy.. just give it a shot.

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Rimmel Stay Matte Primer, 1 Ounce (1 Count), Makeup Primer, Refines Pores, Stops Shine, Smooths Skin, For Use Under Makeup or as a Standalone Skin Mattifying Product review []  2020-1-17 23:9

    I wish to have a dozen of this so I never run out. I love it so much. Keeps my makeup matte all day.. I couldn't believe it was possible...

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Rimmel Stay Matte Primer, 1 Ounce (1 Count), Makeup Primer, Refines Pores, Stops Shine, Smooths Skin, For Use Under Makeup or as a Standalone Skin Mattifying Product review []  2020-1-17 23:9

    This is a really amazing primer. I have used others from sephora and need to reapply those or apply powder regularly. With this one, I apply ONCE and follow it with the Rimmel Sty Matte foundation (NO POWDER at all!) and I'm set for the whole day!!! My face is very oily (I'm 32 and still battling with acne) but this primer and the foundation together are a power duo that hold my face normal throughout the day. When I wear it, I don't have to use blotting paper to remove oil or apply any matte powder to combat shine. My skin is matte but not chalky or anything, it's just awesome.

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Rimmel Stay Matte Primer, 1 Ounce (1 Count), Makeup Primer, Refines Pores, Stops Shine, Smooths Skin, For Use Under Makeup or as a Standalone Skin Mattifying Product review []  2020-1-17 23:9

    This is amazing for when you wish to have just a bit of coverage without spending forever in front of the mirror or it's too hot for full face. I use it and a light powder to even up my skin but not melt in the Florida heat. I also have very sensitive skin and I haven't had any issues with this stuff.

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Rimmel Stay Matte Primer, 1 Ounce (1 Count), Makeup Primer, Refines Pores, Stops Shine, Smooths Skin, For Use Under Makeup or as a Standalone Skin Mattifying Product review []  2020-1-17 23:9

    This primer is OUTSTANDING! Anyone who has had problems with oily skin has got to obtain this immediately. I have oily skin in my T-Zone. My fiancé has struggled with oily skins on his whole face his entire life, leaving him very depressed about his skin. I got this for me, but thought “let’s see if it will work for him too?” It does. 9 hour days at work for him over his whole face. Not a lick of oil. None. Zero. Nada. Crazy, android game changing. He couldn’t believe it. He must’ve texted me about 5 times that day about how satisfied he was! It did the same for me under tinted moisturizer and bareminerals powder foundation. We both cannot believe how well this product works. And the price$$$!! We would pay 5 times as much for how amazing this works! Seriously!! Test it. If you have struggled in life and nothing has worked, this does.

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Essential Oils Beauty Secrets Reloaded: How To Make Beauty Products At Home for Skin, Hair & Body Care -A Step by Step Guide & 70 Simple Recipes for Any Skin Type and Hair Type review []  2019-12-11 18:32

    Janet Evans has written a well-planned, thorough introduction to essential oils and homemade beauty products. Her book introduces readers to a lot of of the most common essential oils available on the shop today. She provides primary info for each of these common essential oils, including info about the extraction processes for each oil, and more importantly, info about the common benefits and traditional uses for each oil. She also contains a lot of additional information, but she keeps it easy without overdoing the details. Janet has also written 70 recipes and instructions for readers to create their own homemade beauty products, and they're recipes and instructions that everyone can readily comprehend and e offers also a candid truth, dispelling a lot of the hype about one's choices in brand. That is, in one brand of essential oils vs another, suggesting to other readers what this aromatherapy practitioner has known for a long time: Pure essential oils are pure. One brand is not necessarily better than another, and high priced oils are not better simply because one pays a higher price to purchase them. Besides, it's quite likely all are being manufactured by the same companies and just billed or marketed as being various ( i.e. therapeutic grade vs. standard). That's simply not been my experience over the latest 2 decades.Janet's work also discusses skin types, and distinguishes the three main skin types, helping readers understand the qualities of each skin type, and to support them identify which category describes their skin. Knowing one's skin type, in turn, helps readers discern which essential oils and which of Janet's recipes are better suited for use with individual skin types. I appreciated greatly that her recipes are kept simple, so as not to complicate your homemade products with a whole lot of unpronounceable chemicals. In my mind, keeping it easy is kind of the point. For example, her recipes use base ingredients like unadulterated, plain lotions, or pure shea nut butter, or pure apricot oil, or pure jojoba oil and others. A lot of of her recommendations for base product ingredients are typically available at local health meal stores, or they are certainly simple enough to locate for purchase from online suppliers on hold in mind that the descriptions of oils marked as organic, may in fact be various from non-organic oils, albeit no regulations by the FDA have yet been established describing what use of the word ("organic") must mean about accepted standards. Nor has there yet been a precise description articulating any standard of the legal definition for this term ("organic"). [Or, rather is that the word "green"?]Experienced aromatherapists, massage specialists and laypersons alike will search that Janet Evans has written a useful resource, adequately covering some of the most commonly used essential oils and discussing how skin types should be taken into consideration when making homemade skin care products with essential oils, and Janet has also provided a wealth of DIY recipes for homemade, yet effective, customized beauty products you're sure to love.

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Essential Oils Beauty Secrets Reloaded: How To Make Beauty Products At Home for Skin, Hair & Body Care -A Step by Step Guide & 70 Simple Recipes for Any Skin Type and Hair Type review []  2019-12-11 18:32

    I've used essential oils in the past, primarily to create custom massage oils and for aromatherapy for myself. I didn't create any beauty treatments and so I was interested in this book. Making massage oils is easy, add some drops of the oil or oils to fit the needs of the person I was massaging or giving massage oil to for their own use. An afternoon pick me up massage that contains rosemary, one for sleep with lavender and chamomile-all you need are the oils themselves and a amazing reference on what outcomes the oils can help in making happen. The needs for aromatherapy are similar. But beauty treatments? Anything beyond adding a few drops of an oil to a lotion involved, I thought would be complicated and a lot of work. This book makes it ere's a section on how to determine your skin and hair type. If you don't already know it, this is useful particulary to support you with choosing which skin treatments to make. My only gripe here is in the recipe section it says to use the carrier oil that works with your skin type, but it doesn't say which carrier oils go with each skin e book starts with info about essential oils which is a bit technical. The author follows that with a very clear, concise and interesting history of essential oils. A few common essential oils are described in detail- what plant they come from, the extraction proceess, color, scent and uses. This was excellent, but I would've preferred that at least all the essential oils mentioned in the book were listed here. That method oils you don't immediately recognize the scent of could be described. Having a more comprehensive list would also support when making modifications to a recipe, such as for when you're allergic to one listed. There's also a section on creating kits of essential oils for home, office and e recipes themselves are great. Very simple to understand and simple to do. These would be amazing projects not just for yourself and bonuses for others, but for your children to do with you as beauty treatments for themselves. I remember being in Girl Scouts and troop leaders scrambling for activities. This could be amazing fun for them. A Boy Scouts troop could also do one or more of these as a project for Mother's Day. Some boy might even ask why only women seem to take care of their skin :)Having had dark circles under my eyes from just about birth, I'm sure all the various recipes for these will obtain created as I test them out over time. First dark circle reducer on the list done today. There's lots of things for your face from toners to cleansers to anti-aging serums. There's ones for your body as well, such as the lemon thyme body scrub designed for me, I'm sure of it. But I've used facial products on my body, particularly things for dryness, as my skin is sensitive and facial products are sometimes better tolerated. I'm planning on doing that here as well as since I'm making it, even with the cost of materials, it'll still be cost effective. There's also a few recipes in here to support your hair look and feel e lips and nails obtain a lot of treatments here. Various types of ones for your lips, including gloss and balms create it likely you'll search something to your liking. Peppermint cocoa lip balm and mandarin nutmeg lip balm have my number, but there are several others I plan to try. There's nail strengthening, nail nourishing and cuticle support here for starters. As someone with chronic nail trouble, i look forward to experimenting.I recommend this book, especially if you've not created beauty products at home before. There's a dozens of recipes here to support you look attractive that might create you feel healthier too. There's even a few to support with bug bites and scrapes. Spending time making products for yourself and loved ones is not only a fun method to spend time but can save you some cash as you trade some more expensive products in for your homemade ones. Plus, you know exactly what's in them, which is particularly appealing when making things for your family. I did keep this book at a free or discounted rate in exchange for my honest review.

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Essential Oils Beauty Secrets Reloaded: How To Make Beauty Products At Home for Skin, Hair & Body Care -A Step by Step Guide & 70 Simple Recipes for Any Skin Type and Hair Type review []  2019-12-11 18:32

    The author provides fairly accurate introductory information. She is specific to some common oils, but for the most part makes some broad generalizations, a few false statements and other down-right absurd statements in regard to quality, efficacy and safety. For example, the author states that there is no hurt in using EOs provided you're not allergic; This is inaccurate and could be putting the reader in danger. She also states that the medical community has embraced the benefits of EOs for thousands of years, I know for a fact that no medical doctor would treat illness or upset with EO- they just don't. The medical community uses medications because ahem… products found in nature cannot be patented. This is why it took 20 years for Stevia to be found in supermarkets (well, if you wish to call it stevia…Truvia and Purvia are NOT stevia…they are Coca Cola and Pepsi products - the stevia that is in those products have been twisted and perverted so much so they can "brand" it and sell it- why not just leave it alone??- grr…ok, back to EO. The author even outright contradicts herself (and comes closer to the actual truth concerning MD and EO) when she states that the MDs haven't really given approval a few pages further in. I would expect to see an author to be either 1. for, 2. versus or 3. EFFECTIVELY describing the pros/cons/ etc. Poorly written compare and contrast just reads as riding the fence and it is confusing to the reader- especially the newbie audience to whom this book is marketed. Technically speaking, there were several word repeats of ill description. The author again and again uses "somehow." This seems a bit ridiculous a word for an author to use who is in fact writing about a specific topic of which we are to assume her to be expertly informed. Another problem I noted… She states that using less expensive/impure oils is ok for certain uses and I'm on the fence here with this one…depending on a few things…I believe had she been more explainatory I wouldn't be fast to disagree. Had she said therapeutic grade for the body treatments, perfume type grade for things like cleaning and the like- then I'm alright. I am perfectly fine for using an "non-therapeutic lavender and peppermint EO to place in a sprayer bottle and clean my counters with it. I wouldn't use the same in a diffuser or for body application. Positives: The author does a amazing job explaining the differences and how to try at home for additives. The recipes were very well written! The measurements were exact and simple to follow. A lot of EO directories only state to add a bit of this and a touch of that-I found the specificity quite refreshing. A lot of of the recipes use common and readily available EOs that come in a standard "start-up" kits. She also notes proper storage and the shelf life for most recipe mixtures. I believe that having that on all the recipes would be valuable. Overall: I think this book should be edited and peer reviewed. I didn't see credentials nor did I see any references cited. Proper writings have both. It is because those things are missing that lead me to believe this book as written is not amazing for a novice because of some misdirection as noted. I do however, recommend the book (for the recipes) to someone with a bit of experience with essential oils. Those with experience will know what is false and tag it out and will be able to focus on the info that is real in the book. Create no mistake, seasoned or green to the subject, If you are on medications or under doctor care, create sure to discuss your plans with your healthcare provider before attempting to treat a condition or if you have certain pre-existing medical conditions. Also, if you don't wish a turned up nose and a push away from the subject, be sure that you are seeing an "DO" not an "MD" Dr. of Osteopathy treats the whole body and is more begin to holistic treatments than MDs. I received this book on promotion in exchange for review.

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Essential Oils Beauty Secrets Reloaded: How To Make Beauty Products At Home for Skin, Hair & Body Care -A Step by Step Guide & 70 Simple Recipes for Any Skin Type and Hair Type review []  2019-12-11 18:32

    I want I had this reference book when I first started using essential oils. The info is easily accessible and organized with an uncomplicated approach. It's simple to search exactly the info you're looking for when referencing this guide. I'm sure I'll use a lot of of the recipes and ideas contained for years to apter 1 - Introduction to Essential Oils. Answers the question, "What Are Essential Oils?", reveals the history of essential oils through time, and explains the characteristics of essential apter 2- Benefits Gained from Essential Oils. Answers the question, "How would essential oils benefit you?". Explains what essential oils can do for both your hair and apter 3- Most Effective and Commonly Used Essential Oils. Profiles the following essential oils: Bergamot, Clary Sage, Jasmine, Lavender, and apter 4- How to Determine You Skin and Hair Type. Discusses various hair and skin types and assists the reader in determining their apter 5- Essential Oil Recipes for Different Needs. Explains carrier oils versus essential oils and provides numerous recipes for anti-aging skin care, serums, body scrubs, face wash, toner, face masks, massage, lip balm, hair care, and nail apter 6- Essential Oil Kits. Explains the importance of always having a kit nearby and provides ideas for kits to hold at home, work, and e download of this book went smoothly without issue.I am an avid Amazon shopper and I personally rely heavily on product reviews to determine which products I buy. Because I know the importance of honest reviews, I give my opinion based solely on my private experiences with the product. I received this product for a discounted price in exchange for my honest and unbiased review and sincerely hope it has helped you create a better informed decision.

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Essential Oils Beauty Secrets Reloaded: How To Make Beauty Products At Home for Skin, Hair & Body Care -A Step by Step Guide & 70 Simple Recipes for Any Skin Type and Hair Type review []  2019-12-11 18:32

    It is almost impossible not to recommend a book about Essential Oils, and this book is no garding its coverage, the books include a TON of useful information. Very user friendly, logical from the beginning to the end and very simple to is is a amazing book, it is well explained and organized.If you wish a book about essential oils and essential oil recipes – if you are a beginner like me or pro- I think you’ll be impressed with this book.I am a very excited and satisfied customer!This Essential Oils Tutorial has enlightened me on several Oil Recipes that I have an interest in.Would I recommend this to a friend? YESConclusion:I am a very excited and satisfied customer! I will be purchasing this product again in the future!***Don’t go off the amazon star system alone, pay attention to WHY a person either liked or disliked a product. A lot of products can be used differently from the method the product was intended for. The method you intend to use the product or what you need to accomplish may not be what the person reviewing it used and rated it for.***I received this product at a discount for my honest and unbiased review. The discount has not influenced or impacted my judgement of this product. I take this seriously and my opinion and experience is my own. I am in no method needed by the seller to leave positive remarks about their product. If you have found my product review to be helpful, please thumbs up this review. This will create it easier for others to search this review so they may be helped as well. You certainly don’t have to, I don’t obtain anything from it, but I obtain a amazing feeling that I helped someone. If you have any questions about my experience with this product, please leave me a comment. Thank you for taking the time to read my review.

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Essential Oils Beauty Secrets Reloaded: How To Make Beauty Products At Home for Skin, Hair & Body Care -A Step by Step Guide & 70 Simple Recipes for Any Skin Type and Hair Type review []  2019-12-11 18:32

    InEssential oils have also been used for thousands of years for cosmetic purposes, as well as for their spiritually and emotionally uplifting properties. Young Living has always been at the forefront of bringing this ancient tradition to modern users, introducing millions to a total mind/body wellness they may never have dreamed imarily extracted through careful steam distillation but also through cold pressing, the purest essential oils are far more strong than the botanicals from which they were extracted. Any time you keep a bottle of our strong essential oils, you are holding nature's pure To Use Essential OilsAny time you keep a bottle of our strong essential oils, you are holding the pure essence of health-promoting botanicals that can be diffused, inhaled, applied topically, incorporated into massage, or taken cense and essential oils from plants have always played an necessary part in religious and spiritual ceremonies, helping participants to transcend the trivial and connect with something larger than themselves. Research shows that the pure constituents in these oils stimulate olfactory receptors and activate regions in the brain’s limbic system associated with memory, emotion, and state of mind. To enhance your spiritual practice, dilute and apply meditative, empowering essential oils directly to wrists, feet, and behind the ears, or diffuse in a quiet space.I received this item discounted in exchange for my testing, inspecting and reviewing it. I received no compensation for my review and state my honest and unbiased opinion of the product. My words, photos and the rating I provide are my own and my overall analysis of this particular product is where I stand based on what the listing contained upon ordering it, what I received with this product and my private experience with this product. Thank you for reading it!

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Essential Oils Beauty Secrets Reloaded: How To Make Beauty Products At Home for Skin, Hair & Body Care -A Step by Step Guide & 70 Simple Recipes for Any Skin Type and Hair Type review []  2019-12-11 18:32

    I am so excited to obtain started on these recipes in this book. I have an essential oils kit on its method to my house as I type. I was completely unaware of all of the benefits that can come from the use of essential oils. I know personally I tried to use the no shampoo hair treatment a while ago, where you use baking soda and then a vinegar rinse. Well I did not have any essential oils when I tried this and from what I had read they are amazing to use because of their enhanced benefits for your hair as well as masking the vinegar smell. Well, being as that I did not have any, I went ahead and tried it without, and my hair smelled poor so I gave it up. With this book and all of the various ways to use the oils, I think I will finally be on the right track to a nice beauty regimen. Only time will tell if everything is working out, but with all of the amazing things I have heard about essential oils and the text in this book, I can’t wait to obtain started. I did also keep this free in exchange for reviewing the product and it has been worth the info I have found out thus far.

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Essential Oils Beauty Secrets Reloaded: How To Make Beauty Products At Home for Skin, Hair & Body Care -A Step by Step Guide & 70 Simple Recipes for Any Skin Type and Hair Type review []  2019-12-11 18:32

    I am reviewing the Kindle ver of this ere seems to be some formatting issues in the book, every recipe has a"1. Recipe" in front of each recipe, and there is method too much white zone and double spacing, and triple spacing between ingredients and instructions. The section that describes the essential oils is very light weight, only about 4 essential oils are described (bergamot, jasmine, lavender, and lemon).The recipes I think are quite massive on the essential oil ingredients, and it makes me wonder if the author really created and used these recipes. Some ask for 30 drops of 3 oils and 1tbs of coconut oil. That doesn't sound right to me. I think you can search method more recipes in a few short web searches and save those on your smartphone with Evernote in just a few seconds. I can't say this book is at all informative beyond the basics of mixing essential oils with other carrier oils or other ingredients. There are a few recipes for scrubs and lip balms that may come in handy.Overall, I'm rather disappointed with this ebook. It doesn't look like a lot of effort or editing went into the making of it.I purchased this at a discount in exchange for an honest unbiased review. I do not allow other reviews influence my opinion of this product, so I can assure you my use, testing, and evaluation of this product is genuinely mine. When I am shopping for an item on Amazon, I read the reviews to obtain a sense of the quality of the product, possible uses of it, benefits of the product, and any caveats about purchasing a product. I do my best to cover these points in my reviews. If you have any questions, please leave them below, I’d be satisfied to respond them if I can.

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Essential Oils Beauty Secrets Reloaded: How To Make Beauty Products At Home for Skin, Hair & Body Care -A Step by Step Guide & 70 Simple Recipes for Any Skin Type and Hair Type review []  2019-12-11 18:32

    Perfect step by step tutorial and recipes for fresh essential oil users. One thing I didn't see or may have missed was a warning about sun sensitivity with using citrus oils topically. You really should not place any citrus oil on a part of the skin that is going to be exposed to the sun in the next 12 hours. I also don't agree that using less expensive oils is okay. The air you breathe and anything you place on the skin gets absorbed into the bloodstream just like a pain patch or hormone patch. You may not be ingesting your cheap oils by mouth, but that doesn't mean you're not truly ingesting them. With that said I really did have fun this book and all the recipes included.I always read positive and negative reviews before purchasing so reviews are necessary to me. I did keep a discount in exchange for my honest and unbiased review after reviewing this product. I hope this helps in your decision. Satisfied shopping, Nurse Emily

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Essential Oils Beauty Secrets Reloaded: How To Make Beauty Products At Home for Skin, Hair & Body Care -A Step by Step Guide & 70 Simple Recipes for Any Skin Type and Hair Type review []  2019-12-11 18:32

    This book was not exactly what I was looking for, but does have a bit of info about essential oils in it. I usually search most of my recipes on Pinterest, but wanted to give this a test just to check out the recipes. Unfortunately, the recipes do not seem quite right compared to others I've used and seen as far as the number of drops of oils to coconut oils (or other carriers).There is quite a bit on several essential oils, but not as a lot of as I'd hoped. I'm fresh to oils, and hoped that this would give me some amazing insight, amazing understanding, and amazing recipes, but unfortunately I'm able to search more on the internet and through Pinterest.I was given the opportunity to purchase this product at a discount for my honet and unbiased review. The opinions expressed are my own and are in no method influenced by the companies from whom I purchase my products. The opinions are always 100% honest as I'm not afraid to rate a product at 1 star if I feel they don't meet my expectations or their claims.

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Essential Oils Beauty Secrets Reloaded: How To Make Beauty Products At Home for Skin, Hair & Body Care: A Step by Step Guide & 70 Simple Recipes for Any Skin Type and Hair Type review []  2020-1-5 18:28

    Janet Evans has written a well-planned, thorough introduction to essential oils and homemade beauty products. Her book introduces readers to a lot of of the most common essential oils available on the shop today. She provides primary info for each of these common essential oils, including info about the extraction processes for each oil, and more importantly, info about the common benefits and traditional uses for each oil. She also contains a lot of additional information, but she keeps it easy without overdoing the details. Janet has also written 70 recipes and instructions for readers to create their own homemade beauty products, and they're recipes and instructions that everyone can readily comprehend and e offers also a candid truth, dispelling a lot of the hype about one's choices in brand. That is, in one brand of essential oils vs another, suggesting to other readers what this aromatherapy practitioner has known for a long time: Pure essential oils are pure. One brand is not necessarily better than another, and high priced oils are not better simply because one pays a higher price to purchase them. Besides, it's quite likely all are being manufactured by the same companies and just billed or marketed as being various ( i.e. therapeutic grade vs. standard). That's simply not been my experience over the latest 2 decades.Janet's work also discusses skin types, and distinguishes the three main skin types, helping readers understand the qualities of each skin type, and to support them identify which category describes their skin. Knowing one's skin type, in turn, helps readers discern which essential oils and which of Janet's recipes are better suited for use with individual skin types. I appreciated greatly that her recipes are kept simple, so as not to complicate your homemade products with a whole lot of unpronounceable chemicals. In my mind, keeping it easy is kind of the point. For example, her recipes use base ingredients like unadulterated, plain lotions, or pure shea nut butter, or pure apricot oil, or pure jojoba oil and others. A lot of of her recommendations for base product ingredients are typically available at local health meal stores, or they are certainly simple enough to locate for purchase from online suppliers on hold in mind that the descriptions of oils marked as organic, may in fact be various from non-organic oils, albeit no regulations by the FDA have yet been established describing what use of the word ("organic") must mean about accepted standards. Nor has there yet been a precise description articulating any standard of the legal definition for this term ("organic"). [Or, rather is that the word "green"?]Experienced aromatherapists, massage specialists and laypersons alike will search that Janet Evans has written a useful resource, adequately covering some of the most commonly used essential oils and discussing how skin types should be taken into consideration when making homemade skin care products with essential oils, and Janet has also provided a wealth of DIY recipes for homemade, yet effective, customized beauty products you're sure to love.

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Essential Oils Beauty Secrets Reloaded: How To Make Beauty Products At Home for Skin, Hair & Body Care: A Step by Step Guide & 70 Simple Recipes for Any Skin Type and Hair Type review []  2020-1-5 18:28

    I've used essential oils in the past, primarily to create custom massage oils and for aromatherapy for myself. I didn't create any beauty treatments and so I was interested in this book. Making massage oils is easy, add some drops of the oil or oils to fit the needs of the person I was massaging or giving massage oil to for their own use. An afternoon pick me up massage that contains rosemary, one for sleep with lavender and chamomile-all you need are the oils themselves and a amazing reference on what outcomes the oils can help in making happen. The needs for aromatherapy are similar. But beauty treatments? Anything beyond adding a few drops of an oil to a lotion involved, I thought would be complicated and a lot of work. This book makes it ere's a section on how to determine your skin and hair type. If you don't already know it, this is useful particulary to support you with choosing which skin treatments to make. My only gripe here is in the recipe section it says to use the carrier oil that works with your skin type, but it doesn't say which carrier oils go with each skin e book starts with info about essential oils which is a bit technical. The author follows that with a very clear, concise and interesting history of essential oils. A few common essential oils are described in detail- what plant they come from, the extraction proceess, color, scent and uses. This was excellent, but I would've preferred that at least all the essential oils mentioned in the book were listed here. That method oils you don't immediately recognize the scent of could be described. Having a more comprehensive list would also support when making modifications to a recipe, such as for when you're allergic to one listed. There's also a section on creating kits of essential oils for home, office and e recipes themselves are great. Very simple to understand and simple to do. These would be amazing projects not just for yourself and bonuses for others, but for your children to do with you as beauty treatments for themselves. I remember being in Girl Scouts and troop leaders scrambling for activities. This could be amazing fun for them. A Boy Scouts troop could also do one or more of these as a project for Mother's Day. Some boy might even ask why only women seem to take care of their skin :)Having had dark circles under my eyes from just about birth, I'm sure all the various recipes for these will obtain created as I test them out over time. First dark circle reducer on the list done today. There's lots of things for your face from toners to cleansers to anti-aging serums. There's ones for your body as well, such as the lemon thyme body scrub designed for me, I'm sure of it. But I've used facial products on my body, particularly things for dryness, as my skin is sensitive and facial products are sometimes better tolerated. I'm planning on doing that here as well as since I'm making it, even with the cost of materials, it'll still be cost effective. There's also a few recipes in here to support your hair look and feel e lips and nails obtain a lot of treatments here. Various types of ones for your lips, including gloss and balms create it likely you'll search something to your liking. Peppermint cocoa lip balm and mandarin nutmeg lip balm have my number, but there are several others I plan to try. There's nail strengthening, nail nourishing and cuticle support here for starters. As someone with chronic nail trouble, i look forward to experimenting.I recommend this book, especially if you've not created beauty products at home before. There's a dozens of recipes here to support you look attractive that might create you feel healthier too. There's even a few to support with bug bites and scrapes. Spending time making products for yourself and loved ones is not only a fun method to spend time but can save you some cash as you trade some more expensive products in for your homemade ones. Plus, you know exactly what's in them, which is particularly appealing when making things for your family. I did keep this book at a free or discounted rate in exchange for my honest review.

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Essential Oils Beauty Secrets Reloaded: How To Make Beauty Products At Home for Skin, Hair & Body Care: A Step by Step Guide & 70 Simple Recipes for Any Skin Type and Hair Type review []  2020-1-5 18:28

    The author provides fairly accurate introductory information. She is specific to some common oils, but for the most part makes some broad generalizations, a few false statements and other down-right absurd statements in regard to quality, efficacy and safety. For example, the author states that there is no hurt in using EOs provided you're not allergic; This is inaccurate and could be putting the reader in danger. She also states that the medical community has embraced the benefits of EOs for thousands of years, I know for a fact that no medical doctor would treat illness or upset with EO- they just don't. The medical community uses medications because ahem… products found in nature cannot be patented. This is why it took 20 years for Stevia to be found in supermarkets (well, if you wish to call it stevia…Truvia and Purvia are NOT stevia…they are Coca Cola and Pepsi products - the stevia that is in those products have been twisted and perverted so much so they can "brand" it and sell it- why not just leave it alone??- grr…ok, back to EO. The author even outright contradicts herself (and comes closer to the actual truth concerning MD and EO) when she states that the MDs haven't really given approval a few pages further in. I would expect to see an author to be either 1. for, 2. versus or 3. EFFECTIVELY describing the pros/cons/ etc. Poorly written compare and contrast just reads as riding the fence and it is confusing to the reader- especially the newbie audience to whom this book is marketed. Technically speaking, there were several word repeats of ill description. The author again and again uses "somehow." This seems a bit ridiculous a word for an author to use who is in fact writing about a specific topic of which we are to assume her to be expertly informed. Another problem I noted… She states that using less expensive/impure oils is ok for certain uses and I'm on the fence here with this one…depending on a few things…I believe had she been more explainatory I wouldn't be fast to disagree. Had she said therapeutic grade for the body treatments, perfume type grade for things like cleaning and the like- then I'm alright. I am perfectly fine for using an "non-therapeutic lavender and peppermint EO to place in a sprayer bottle and clean my counters with it. I wouldn't use the same in a diffuser or for body application. Positives: The author does a amazing job explaining the differences and how to try at home for additives. The recipes were very well written! The measurements were exact and simple to follow. A lot of EO directories only state to add a bit of this and a touch of that-I found the specificity quite refreshing. A lot of of the recipes use common and readily available EOs that come in a standard "start-up" kits. She also notes proper storage and the shelf life for most recipe mixtures. I believe that having that on all the recipes would be valuable. Overall: I think this book should be edited and peer reviewed. I didn't see credentials nor did I see any references cited. Proper writings have both. It is because those things are missing that lead me to believe this book as written is not amazing for a novice because of some misdirection as noted. I do however, recommend the book (for the recipes) to someone with a bit of experience with essential oils. Those with experience will know what is false and tag it out and will be able to focus on the info that is real in the book. Create no mistake, seasoned or green to the subject, If you are on medications or under doctor care, create sure to discuss your plans with your healthcare provider before attempting to treat a condition or if you have certain pre-existing medical conditions. Also, if you don't wish a turned up nose and a push away from the subject, be sure that you are seeing an "DO" not an "MD" Dr. of Osteopathy treats the whole body and is more begin to holistic treatments than MDs. I received this book on promotion in exchange for review.

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Essential Oils Beauty Secrets Reloaded: How To Make Beauty Products At Home for Skin, Hair & Body Care: A Step by Step Guide & 70 Simple Recipes for Any Skin Type and Hair Type review []  2020-1-5 18:28

    I want I had this reference book when I first started using essential oils. The info is easily accessible and organized with an uncomplicated approach. It's simple to search exactly the info you're looking for when referencing this guide. I'm sure I'll use a lot of of the recipes and ideas contained for years to apter 1 - Introduction to Essential Oils. Answers the question, "What Are Essential Oils?", reveals the history of essential oils through time, and explains the characteristics of essential apter 2- Benefits Gained from Essential Oils. Answers the question, "How would essential oils benefit you?". Explains what essential oils can do for both your hair and apter 3- Most Effective and Commonly Used Essential Oils. Profiles the following essential oils: Bergamot, Clary Sage, Jasmine, Lavender, and apter 4- How to Determine You Skin and Hair Type. Discusses various hair and skin types and assists the reader in determining their apter 5- Essential Oil Recipes for Different Needs. Explains carrier oils versus essential oils and provides numerous recipes for anti-aging skin care, serums, body scrubs, face wash, toner, face masks, massage, lip balm, hair care, and nail apter 6- Essential Oil Kits. Explains the importance of always having a kit nearby and provides ideas for kits to hold at home, work, and e download of this book went smoothly without issue.I am an avid Amazon shopper and I personally rely heavily on product reviews to determine which products I buy. Because I know the importance of honest reviews, I give my opinion based solely on my private experiences with the product. I received this product for a discounted price in exchange for my honest and unbiased review and sincerely hope it has helped you create a better informed decision.

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Essential Oils Beauty Secrets Reloaded: How To Make Beauty Products At Home for Skin, Hair & Body Care: A Step by Step Guide & 70 Simple Recipes for Any Skin Type and Hair Type review []  2020-1-5 18:28

    It is almost impossible not to recommend a book about Essential Oils, and this book is no garding its coverage, the books include a TON of useful information. Very user friendly, logical from the beginning to the end and very simple to is is a amazing book, it is well explained and organized.If you wish a book about essential oils and essential oil recipes – if you are a beginner like me or pro- I think you’ll be impressed with this book.I am a very excited and satisfied customer!This Essential Oils Tutorial has enlightened me on several Oil Recipes that I have an interest in.Would I recommend this to a friend? YESConclusion:I am a very excited and satisfied customer! I will be purchasing this product again in the future!***Don’t go off the amazon star system alone, pay attention to WHY a person either liked or disliked a product. A lot of products can be used differently from the method the product was intended for. The method you intend to use the product or what you need to accomplish may not be what the person reviewing it used and rated it for.***I received this product at a discount for my honest and unbiased review. The discount has not influenced or impacted my judgement of this product. I take this seriously and my opinion and experience is my own. I am in no method needed by the seller to leave positive remarks about their product. If you have found my product review to be helpful, please thumbs up this review. This will create it easier for others to search this review so they may be helped as well. You certainly don’t have to, I don’t obtain anything from it, but I obtain a amazing feeling that I helped someone. If you have any questions about my experience with this product, please leave me a comment. Thank you for taking the time to read my review.

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Essential Oils Beauty Secrets Reloaded: How To Make Beauty Products At Home for Skin, Hair & Body Care: A Step by Step Guide & 70 Simple Recipes for Any Skin Type and Hair Type review []  2020-1-5 18:28

    InEssential oils have also been used for thousands of years for cosmetic purposes, as well as for their spiritually and emotionally uplifting properties. Young Living has always been at the forefront of bringing this ancient tradition to modern users, introducing millions to a total mind/body wellness they may never have dreamed imarily extracted through careful steam distillation but also through cold pressing, the purest essential oils are far more strong than the botanicals from which they were extracted. Any time you keep a bottle of our strong essential oils, you are holding nature's pure To Use Essential OilsAny time you keep a bottle of our strong essential oils, you are holding the pure essence of health-promoting botanicals that can be diffused, inhaled, applied topically, incorporated into massage, or taken cense and essential oils from plants have always played an necessary part in religious and spiritual ceremonies, helping participants to transcend the trivial and connect with something larger than themselves. Research shows that the pure constituents in these oils stimulate olfactory receptors and activate regions in the brain’s limbic system associated with memory, emotion, and state of mind. To enhance your spiritual practice, dilute and apply meditative, empowering essential oils directly to wrists, feet, and behind the ears, or diffuse in a quiet space.I received this item discounted in exchange for my testing, inspecting and reviewing it. I received no compensation for my review and state my honest and unbiased opinion of the product. My words, photos and the rating I provide are my own and my overall analysis of this particular product is where I stand based on what the listing contained upon ordering it, what I received with this product and my private experience with this product. Thank you for reading it!

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Essential Oils Beauty Secrets Reloaded: How To Make Beauty Products At Home for Skin, Hair & Body Care: A Step by Step Guide & 70 Simple Recipes for Any Skin Type and Hair Type review []  2020-1-5 18:28

    I am so excited to obtain started on these recipes in this book. I have an essential oils kit on its method to my house as I type. I was completely unaware of all of the benefits that can come from the use of essential oils. I know personally I tried to use the no shampoo hair treatment a while ago, where you use baking soda and then a vinegar rinse. Well I did not have any essential oils when I tried this and from what I had read they are amazing to use because of their enhanced benefits for your hair as well as masking the vinegar smell. Well, being as that I did not have any, I went ahead and tried it without, and my hair smelled poor so I gave it up. With this book and all of the various ways to use the oils, I think I will finally be on the right track to a nice beauty regimen. Only time will tell if everything is working out, but with all of the amazing things I have heard about essential oils and the text in this book, I can’t wait to obtain started. I did also keep this free in exchange for reviewing the product and it has been worth the info I have found out thus far.

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Essential Oils Beauty Secrets Reloaded: How To Make Beauty Products At Home for Skin, Hair & Body Care: A Step by Step Guide & 70 Simple Recipes for Any Skin Type and Hair Type review []  2020-1-5 18:28

    I am reviewing the Kindle ver of this ere seems to be some formatting issues in the book, every recipe has a"1. Recipe" in front of each recipe, and there is method too much white zone and double spacing, and triple spacing between ingredients and instructions. The section that describes the essential oils is very light weight, only about 4 essential oils are described (bergamot, jasmine, lavender, and lemon).The recipes I think are quite massive on the essential oil ingredients, and it makes me wonder if the author really created and used these recipes. Some ask for 30 drops of 3 oils and 1tbs of coconut oil. That doesn't sound right to me. I think you can search method more recipes in a few short web searches and save those on your smartphone with Evernote in just a few seconds. I can't say this book is at all informative beyond the basics of mixing essential oils with other carrier oils or other ingredients. There are a few recipes for scrubs and lip balms that may come in handy.Overall, I'm rather disappointed with this ebook. It doesn't look like a lot of effort or editing went into the making of it.I purchased this at a discount in exchange for an honest unbiased review. I do not allow other reviews influence my opinion of this product, so I can assure you my use, testing, and evaluation of this product is genuinely mine. When I am shopping for an item on Amazon, I read the reviews to obtain a sense of the quality of the product, possible uses of it, benefits of the product, and any caveats about purchasing a product. I do my best to cover these points in my reviews. If you have any questions, please leave them below, I’d be satisfied to respond them if I can.

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Essential Oils Beauty Secrets Reloaded: How To Make Beauty Products At Home for Skin, Hair & Body Care: A Step by Step Guide & 70 Simple Recipes for Any Skin Type and Hair Type review []  2020-1-5 18:28

    Perfect step by step tutorial and recipes for fresh essential oil users. One thing I didn't see or may have missed was a warning about sun sensitivity with using citrus oils topically. You really should not place any citrus oil on a part of the skin that is going to be exposed to the sun in the next 12 hours. I also don't agree that using less expensive oils is okay. The air you breathe and anything you place on the skin gets absorbed into the bloodstream just like a pain patch or hormone patch. You may not be ingesting your cheap oils by mouth, but that doesn't mean you're not truly ingesting them. With that said I really did have fun this book and all the recipes included.I always read positive and negative reviews before purchasing so reviews are necessary to me. I did keep a discount in exchange for my honest and unbiased review after reviewing this product. I hope this helps in your decision. Satisfied shopping, Nurse Emily

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Essential Oils Beauty Secrets Reloaded: How To Make Beauty Products At Home for Skin, Hair & Body Care: A Step by Step Guide & 70 Simple Recipes for Any Skin Type and Hair Type review []  2020-1-5 18:28

    This book was not exactly what I was looking for, but does have a bit of info about essential oils in it. I usually search most of my recipes on Pinterest, but wanted to give this a test just to check out the recipes. Unfortunately, the recipes do not seem quite right compared to others I've used and seen as far as the number of drops of oils to coconut oils (or other carriers).There is quite a bit on several essential oils, but not as a lot of as I'd hoped. I'm fresh to oils, and hoped that this would give me some amazing insight, amazing understanding, and amazing recipes, but unfortunately I'm able to search more on the internet and through Pinterest.I was given the opportunity to purchase this product at a discount for my honet and unbiased review. The opinions expressed are my own and are in no method influenced by the companies from whom I purchase my products. The opinions are always 100% honest as I'm not afraid to rate a product at 1 star if I feel they don't meet my expectations or their claims.

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Nu Skin Product Catalog review [App]  2018-4-21 13:10

    A very nice designed app!

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Nu Skin Product Catalog review [App]  2018-4-21 13:10

    So much nicer to have the automatic updates!

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Introduction to Occupational Health in Public Health Practice (Public Health/Environmental Health Book 13) review []  2020-1-22 20:32

    This book gives a amazing overview of current problems HR and safety managers deal with.

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Introduction to Occupational Health in Public Health Practice (Public Health/Environmental Health Book 13) review []  2020-1-22 20:32

    Very amazing book, delivery was on time.

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Environmental Health: From Global to Local (Public Health/Environmental Health) review []  2019-12-25 18:19

    I'm using this for a grad class and it is a wonderfully written textbook. I'm a textbook reader to start with but this one is a very easy, yet informative, read. Definitely amazing for those starting out in EHS. Rented it but will most likely end up buying it outright to hold on the bookshelf for referencing.

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Environmental Health: From Global to Local (Public Health/Environmental Health) review []  2019-12-25 18:19

    This textbook has probably been one of my best ones. The concepts are communicated clearly but not so much that I fall asleep reading. The examples are also fairly relate-able and modern. If you're looking for a textbook to assign, this is a beautiful amazing one.

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Environmental Health: From Global to Local (Public Health/Environmental Health) review []  2019-12-25 18:19

    This is the third edition, I already had the second and I am. Disappointed that “environmental Justice “ was removed completely from the recent edition

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Environmental Health: From Global to Local (Public Health/Environmental Health) review []  2019-12-25 18:19

    This is such a necessary and informative book. I'm not sure why it's so under appreciated.

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Environmental Health: From Global to Local (Public Health/Environmental Health) review []  2019-12-25 18:19

    Well written, simple to read textbook.. not things I normally say about textbooks. One of my favorite textbooks by far. Very comprehensive introduction to environmental health science.

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Environmental Health: From Global to Local (Public Health/Environmental Health) review []  2019-12-25 18:19

    ing for graduate ry informative and most latest edition. Published 2015 or expected. It's a text book.

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Environmental Health: From Global to Local (Public Health/Environmental Health) review []  2019-12-25 18:19

    The book is fine. Informative and fulfilled its purpose for class.

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Environmental Health: From Global to Local (Public Health/Environmental Health) review []  2019-12-25 18:19

    Rented the book for a college class, May end up liking. I'll admit I've never had a college textbook that I can sit and read. This one I may end up buying at the end of my rental. Amazing resource!

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Environmental Health: From Global to Local (Public Health/Environmental Health) review []  2019-12-25 18:19

    I have learned so much from this book! Some of the info is difficult to understand, but most is presented in plain language.

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Environmental Health: From Global to Local (Public Health/Environmental Health) review []  2019-12-25 18:19

    Used this for school. Came in amazing condition.

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Dog Health: How to prevent the 20 most common health problems of your dog (health for dogs, veterinary handbook, medicine for pets, dog health) review []  2020-1-22 19:29

    Just a few pages about dog health nothing more..

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Dog Health: How to prevent the 20 most common health problems of your dog (health for dogs, veterinary handbook, medicine for pets, dog health) review []  2020-1-22 19:29

    Just by reading the description most people will not waste time and money. This was either written by a 5 year old or non English speaking person or perhaps an illiterate. Terrible.

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Clinical Guide Skin Wound Care - 300+ products review [App]  2020-1-5 13:17

    You can only go to two sections for free, for everything else you need to buy.

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Doubt is Their Product: How Industry's Assault on Science Threatens Your Health review []  2020-1-21 20:0

    With over-all responsibility for making the atomic bomb during Globe Battle II, General Leslie R. Groves, head of the U.S. Troops Manhattan Project, explained that in 1943, "The most urgent issue was to determine the toxicity of the materials we were using: primarily, uranium and plutonium compounds; the similar massive elements, such as radium, polonium and thorium; and certain accessory process materials, such as fluorine and beryllium. This needed the study of the manner in which the materials might be introduced into the body, whether by ingestion, inhalation, skin absorption or in other ways." Beryllium scars the lungs and fluorine attacks the bones. Uranium hexafluoride (UF6) is a compound used in the uranium enrichment process that produces fuel for nuclear weapons and nuclear e Manhattan Project became the Atomic Energy Commission (AEC) 1 January 1947. General Groves worried that worker injury lawsuits would compromise atomic bomb secrecy during Globe Battle II. After the war, the AEC worried that lawsuits would jeopardize continued development of nuclear weapons. A secret AEC document, dated 17 April 1947, warned young doctors, "It is desired that no document be released which refers to experiments with humans that might have an adverse result on public opinion or effect in legal suits. Documents covering such field work should be classified 'Secret.'"A 1948 classified document from the AEC’s Insurance Branch states, “We can see the chance of a shattering result on the morale of the employees if they became aware that there was substantial reason to question the standards of safety under which they are working. In the hands of labor unions the effect of this study would add substance to demands for extra-hazardous pay….[K]nowledge of the results of this study might increase the number of claims of occupational injury due to radiation and put a strong weapon in the hands of plaintiff’s attorney.”“Like miners’ canaries,” says David Michaels, “workers in the chemical industry are often the first line of exposure to environmental toxins.” During the Cold War, AEC lawyers repeatedly rejected claims of workers who became poisoned as a effect of nuclear radiation and exposure to deadly uranium, plutonium, and fluorine. “There is no danger. Therefore you are not sick. Now go back to work!” Michaels explains: “As for the workers in the weapons project, protection from the highest levels of radiation exposure was the basic focus of the government’s concern. A lot of of the workers were not told the names or hazardous nature of the other materials with which they worked; if they were told, they were prohibited from sharing this info with their spouses and physicians. (To this day, a lot of workers are still not told this information.) If they subsequently became ill, that was just too bad. First the Atomic Energy Commission and then DOE [Department of Energy], hand in hand with their private-sector contractors, systematically denied that working with some of the most hazardous materials ever known had created any workers sick. This was an utterly indefensible position, but boundless resources were expended on its behalf.”The Department of Defense “faced a lot of of the same issues DOE faced - civilian workers who had been exposed to beryllium, radiation, nerve gas, rocket fuel, munitions, and asbestos - and had never addressed any of them.” The Department of Justice had always been successful in shielding the government from liability in worker injury claims.Dr. Michaels, an epidemiologist, writes that lead is “the mother of all industrial poisons” - a neural toxin particularly devastating to the health of children! “The metal is a potent toxin that affects the brain, the kidney, blood, bones, sperm, everything, and it is especially toxic in rapidly growing bodies–that is, infants and young children.”In the 1960s, Herbert Needleman, M.D., a courageous pediatrician at Temple University, discovered a direct correlation between lowered IQ and increased lead content of baby teeth collected from kids in North Philadelphia. He got the idea from the 1950s, when strontium 90, a by-product of atomic testing in Utah, became a component in the teeth and skeletons of baby boomers across the USA. AEC researchers harvested organs of plutonium workers and secretly gathered bones of kids worldwide to measure radioactive fallout. Dr. Needleman's evidence-based research in the 1960s indicated that "leaded" gasoline exhaust poisoned babies both inside and outside the womb.Lead poisoning was perpetuated in the USA for decades by Robert A. Kehoe, Medical Director of the Ethyl Gasoline Corporation. Dr. Kehoe, the ultimate “mercenary scientist,” gave "scientific cover" for Ethyl, becoming the principal defender of keeping "highly profitable" lead in gasoline, which contributed to the poisoning of millions of American kids from 1928 until TEL or tetraethyl lead was outlawed in 1986. Industry-owned research facilities conducted lead studies, usually with pro-lead results. Collaboration with the Atomic Energy Commission (AEC) was an ideal arrangement because radioactive material, like lead in tetraethyl gasoline, was becoming a component in the bones of exposed U.S. citizens. Kehoe’s research was carefully crafted to benefit industrial sponsors - Ethyl, DuPont, Standard Oil, Pennsalt, etc. - not the health of U.S. citizens. “Thousands of dozens of lead were inevitably deposited in the nation’s air, soil, and water!”Formerly with the Manhattan Project, Clair Patterson, a geochemist at Caltech, analyzed core drillings of ice in Greenland and Antarctica, indicating a direct link between the use of tetraethyl lead gasoline and its presence in the polar ice cap. In Polar Regions, atmospheric dust is picked up in snowflakes and as it reaches earth, the ice layer is preserved for thousands of years. Each deposit is an intact record of what was in the air when the snow came down, accumulating “like pages in a book.” With assistance from a U.S. Troops Research Group, Patterson measured less lead in the deeper core of older ice indicating concentrations in the environment had increased 350 percent between 1930 and 1965. Dr. Patterson then analyzed two-thousand-year-old Peruvian skeletons and found there was almost no lead in their bones; Americans in the 1970s had three thousand times more lead in their bodies than prehistoric Peruvians.Lead poisoning of kids resulting in brain hurt and death represents one of the most hideous public health disasters in America. “How Industry’s Assault on Science Threatens Your Health” is well illustrated by the Ethyl Gasoline Corporation’s use of fraudulent science. Incredibly, under oath in 1966, Dr. Robert A. Kehoe told Congress that he and his colleagues at the Kettering Laboratory in Cincinnati, Ohio "had been looking for 30 years for evidence of poor effects from leaded gasoline in the general population and had found none." Kehoe argued that lead is "normal" in the human body and even recommended, for the sake of progress, elevating the lead level in gasoline. There was, he said, "not the slightest evidence" of hurt from airborne lead, and claimed that leaded gasoline posed no risk at all to public health.On a private note, my father survived the Normandy invasion, but not the practice of medicine after Globe Battle II. In a 1947 x-ray report, Lt. J. Russell Davey, Jr., MC, USNR, a 29-year-old radiologist, inadvertently exposed a secret AEC study conducted by Robert A. Kehoe, M.D., monitoring workers exposed to hydrogen fluoride (HF) at the Pennsylvania Salt Company in Easton, PA. HF was manufactured by Pennsalt as an essential component in the separation process that produced uranium hexafluoride for the atomic bomb. Dr. Kehoe and the AEC were determined that exposed Pennsalt workers did not learn that HF was invading their soft tissue and bones. However, a radiologist’s x-ray movie provides visual evidence of poisoning and its result on the skeletal system. “All of the movies present osteosclerosis previously described and considered to be as a effect of fluoride poisoning…Very truly yours, J. Russell Davey, M.D." Guided by the Hippocratic Oath, Dr. Davey sent x-ray results directly to the Pennsalt plant in Easton, PA rather than the Kettering Laboratory in Ohio, where interpretations were routinely adjusted in order to protect the U.S. nuclear weapons industry from potential lawsuits. The AEC preemptively took the medico-legal position that “fluoride poisoning” rarely occurs in the United States. If plaintiffs were successful with their suits, the U.S. government would be contractually needed to reimburse corporate bomb factories. Described by outraged AEC contractors as “the offending radiologist,” Dr. Davey died suddenly in 1948 of undetermined causes.David Michaels should be commended for giving a voice to a generation of poisoned children, downwinders, atomic veterans, uranium miners, and the a lot of U.S. workers poisoned in our weapons factories. In the Clinton administration, he served as Assistant Secretary for Environment, Safety, and Health in the Department of Energy (DOE), the chief safety officer for the nation’s nuclear weapons facilities. Dr. Michaels was the architect of the historic initiative that “made peace with the past,” compensating U.S. nuclear weapons workers for illnesses developed while making or testing atomic weapons.

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Doubt is Their Product: How Industry's Assault on Science Threatens Your Health review []  2020-1-21 20:0

    David Michaels has traveled the honorable path of scientific muckracking, peeling back the lies and distortions that have killed millions in the U.S. for the greater amazing of shareholder profit. The amazing improvement of his book, "Doubt is their Product," is that it also lines out a series of concrete solutions with proven examples of ways that agencies can retake the high is book has an necessary inspirational component and a get-to-work component that activists can use to create the workplace and environment safer. Michaels counsels us on practical means such as ending court sanctioned secrecy, allowing injured workers to sue their employees, develop better compensation systems, and ending pre-emption that harms public policy and public e book contains a crucial chapter on concrete ways to improve the regulatory system so that it protects the majority rather than serving as a shield, flack, and apologist for corporate is is a must read for any law school course on administrative law, and for any college course on modern government. Its discussion of the asbestos industry--creator of the global mesothelioma scourge--is particularly apropos. Best of all, the book is well written, thoroughly researched, and righteous while being coolly objective.

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Doubt is Their Product: How Industry's Assault on Science Threatens Your Health review []  2020-1-21 20:0

    This book is great. A glimpse into industry workings. As someone who works to keep corporations accountable, I can attest to the veracity of this book. Want there were "screenshots" of the documents referenced. Always better to see their own words. Would create this book that much better.

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Doubt is Their Product: How Industry's Assault on Science Threatens Your Health review []  2020-1-21 20:0

    I agree with others that this is dense and long, but I think it is well worth reading, even if you skip parts of chapters.I would especially suggest study of:Chapter 13: Daubert: the Most Influential Supreme Court Ruling You've Never Heard OfChapter 14: The Institutionalization of Uncertainty[The Data Access Act (Shelby) and the Data Quality Act]Because:a) The behaviors of some corporations, PR agencies, product defense organizations can obtain somewhat redundant. Hill & Knowlton made the strategies 50+ years ago and they've been widely employed.b) But the legal problems in these two Chapters represent relatively latest changes in the law with profound effects. They (especially the Data Access Act) are now widely being used to harass climate scientists, for example.

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Doubt is Their Product: How Industry's Assault on Science Threatens Your Health review []  2020-1-21 20:0

    Every voter should read this book. Michaels exposes every trick of industries who use or produce toxic products in their too-often-successful bids to avoid it really worth the cash and time they spend? Wouldn't it be cheaper just to search substitute products and protect their workers? In the process of avoiding responsibility, these industries are damaging real scientific analysis for decades to come.David Michaels might be the only person who can show the facts so completely since he was directly involved with a lot of of these situations.

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Doubt is Their Product: How Industry's Assault on Science Threatens Your Health review []  2020-1-21 20:0

    This is a must read book for anyone who wants to understand how our society has digressed into a greedy polluting corporate mess. The author documents and provides a multitude of examples from his true life experiences as Assistant Sec. of DOE. I highly recommend this book and use it myself whenever I wish to understand how things work or don't in our government. People say that they fear huge government but they need to realize that it's huge business that's the threat. If you crave to understand our dlelicate system of checks and balances read this book.

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Doubt is Their Product: How Industry's Assault on Science Threatens Your Health review []  2020-1-21 20:0

    This book does a amazing job displaying the problems that we have encounter with fear, health issues, and money. The only issue is that the same issue is kind of hit over the head too a lot of times. Really, only the first few chapters are important to obtain the point.

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Doubt is Their Product: How Industry's Assault on Science Threatens Your Health review []  2020-1-21 20:0

    David Michaels' book is one of the most significant and necessary books about how "science" works and doesn't work, and how in our society the rules are set in such a method that the rich and strong can manufacture their own "science" and create it come out however they wish it to come out. And the method the rich and strong wish it to come out is for them to create more money, often by passing the cost of death and disease associated with their products and processes on to the public. After reading this book, whenever you hear industry spokespeople talking about "science" you will know that they are really just lobbying for.a position that will effect in profit for them and loss for you.

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Doubt is Their Product: How Industry's Assault on Science Threatens Your Health review []  2020-1-21 20:0

    The amazing news is: it's a well-written, well-documented book. The poor news is: I search the corporate chicanery and the gullibility of the American people so depressing, I place it down and haven't been able to pick it up again.I'm doing some light reading now. I'm hoping to pick the book up and [email protected]#$%! after I finish a 'fun' book.

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Doubt is Their Product: How Industry's Assault on Science Threatens Your Health review []  2020-1-21 20:0

    As advertised. If the words product defense industry are not in your working vocabulary-- this is a must read

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Environmental Health: From Global to Local (Public Health/Environmental Health Book 12) review []  2020-1-23 19:19

    This is the text book we used for our graduate level environmental and occupational health course. I was dreading this textbook because it is so large, and I was not looking forward to the course, I thought it was going to be SO boring. However, this textbook is excellent! It's well written, simple to read, and each chapter is organized well. I actually really enjoyed this textbook, and I'm not usually a textbook lover.

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Environmental Health: From Global to Local (Public Health/Environmental Health Book 12) review []  2020-1-23 19:19

    Just like a lot of of the other reviews, this book will change your perspective about how you see your country and your environment. At first, I did not search interest in the text, yet gradually reading I found myself intrigue and thinking about my own environment. This book is very informative and will let you have the environmental knowledge that you and a lot of others deserve to have. Eye-opening and lovely in every way. This is a must read book. I will be reading this book a second time...and possibly a third time.

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Environmental Health: From Global to Local (Public Health/Environmental Health Book 12) review []  2020-1-23 19:19

    This book is a simple read & gives a amazing break down in each chapter. My professor used the discussion questions at the end of each chapter & those were a killer. Those question require further research outside of the book. I didn't like that at all!

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Environmental Health: From Global to Local (Public Health/Environmental Health Book 12) review []  2020-1-23 19:19

    This book is very well written, well researched, and the topics covered are broad. It seems to compliment the instructor in my class very well. The only reason I did not give it 5 stars is a lack of perspective re sustainability, i.e., human kind keeps surviving disasters, endemics, disease, etc., only to increase in population. At some point, the population will no longer be sustainable. While there are certain resources that are in limited supply today, I believe the book should have explored those resources that have the capability to be significant in terms of population limiting - now and in a future tense.

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Environmental Health: From Global to Local (Public Health/Environmental Health Book 12) review []  2020-1-23 19:19

    The book has a amazing information, the figure is and fade the green i love it!

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Environmental Health: From Global to Local (Public Health/Environmental Health Book 12) review []  2020-1-23 19:19

    Very interesting and simple to read textbook. I used this in an Environmental Health Public Health course, which turned out to be my favorite course!

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Environmental Health: From Global to Local (Public Health/Environmental Health Book 12) review []  2020-1-23 19:19

    The book was advertised as "Like New", but that is farther from the truth. The binding is falling apart, and there are pages that are torn at its center. Covers look and feel dirty. If I didn't need this for class, I would've sent it RIGHT back. Its NOT what I paid for.

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Environmental Health: From Global to Local (Public Health/Environmental Health Book 12) review []  2020-1-23 19:19

    Extremely Informative and guaranteed to create you change your perspective on how you create decisions in regards to your private environments.

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Environmental Health: From Global to Local (Public Health/Environmental Health Book 12) review []  2020-1-23 19:19

    As someone who is not well versed, this book was very simple to read and really supported my learning.

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Environmental Health: From Global to Local (Public Health/Environmental Health Book 12) review []  2020-1-23 19:19

    Arrived in perfect condition and very amazing book for my class!

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Sutter Health My Health Online review [App]  2019-1-21 23:28

    I am so impressed with this app I can't believe it! Someone or group in IT knows what they are doing and did it well! I was in IT about all of my working life and today seldom search applications as straight forward as this one by Epic. Amazing Job!!

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Sutter Health My Health Online review [App]  2019-1-21 23:28

    This application is not a game. It is medically important and is doing its job. Thank you Developers for doing a amazing job and studying hard in school so we can continue communicating with our doctors and their squad and I can have fun Better Health. And stay alive! Juliet Kustin

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Sutter Health My Health Online review [App]  2019-1-21 23:28

    Can't sign in even using right pass word... frustrated

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Sutter Health My Health Online review [App]  2019-1-21 23:28

    Amazing app. Much improved over the website.

    0  


  • 0

    Is this review useful?

    Sutter Health My Health Online review [App]  2019-1-21 23:28

    Very convenient application but eats my battery method too fast. Had to uninstall it.

    0  





    Search Cloud

    About Us

    We deliver reviews of items/services from multiple category. Find and read opinions on clothes, Tv Shows, ebooks, video games, meals, gadgets, services or household items. Would you like to rate your recent purchases on Amazon or Ebay? Or maybe something was not good enough and would you like to express your sadness? Do not wait and do this here! We give you the opportunity to attach URL going to item/service you want to review.

    Contact

    www.add-reviews.com
    [email protected]
    [email protected]
    P: (123) 456-7890

    Newsletter