- The modern woman has gone back to nature and tradition for looking and feeling beautiful. This book takes us back to simple, time-tested potions, home remedies, to what ‘mother knows best’, easily made from the ingredients generally found in an average household kitchen. Simple yet detailed, it leads the modern woman to a vast storehouse of beauty secrets.
- Soft, smooth skin and well-sculpted hands have been known to send poets into raptures. The skin, hands and feet need special care and treatment to deal with the ravages of the environment. This book unfolds age-old potions and remedies that keep them pampered and young.
- About the Author
- Ambika Manchanda began her journalistic career three decades ago with The Times of India, and thereafter as reporter with the Economic Times. She has published more than a thousand articles both in English and Hindi. Marriage to a Defence Services officer exposed her to the multi-ethnic diversities of India as also to a wealth of information on natural beauty treatments and remedies.
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