Millions of women around the world turn to the clean-living team at GOOP for beauty advice. From nontoxic product recommendations, red carpet- (and everyday-) ready hair and makeup tutorials, to guidance on aging, acne, and antioxidants, GOOP has become the go-to resource for head-to-toe beauty. Read more...
Millions of women around the world turn to the clean-living team at GOOP for beauty advice. From nontoxic product recommendations, red carpet- (and everyday-) ready hair and makeup tutorials, to guidance on aging, acne, and antioxidants, GOOP has become the go-to resource for head-to-toe beauty.
Finally, the editors of GOOP have shared their top tips and recommendations, favorite detox recipes, workout plans, and hair and makeup looks in one must-have guide. Featuring more than 100 gorgeous photos and extensive Q&As from GOOP's family of expert contributors, GOOP CLEAN BEAUTY will shed a definitive light on the importance of diet, sleep, exercise, and clean beauty products, while offering tactical advice for healthy, glowing skin and hair that starts from the inside out. The first book from the top name in clean-living, GOOP CLEAN BEAUTY is the one resource women need to feel, and look, their best every day.
- ISBN-13: 9781455541553
- ISBN-10: 1455541559
- Publisher: Grand Central Life & Style
- Publish Date: December 2016
- Page Count: 288
Publishers Weekly® Reviews
- Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
- Review Date: 2016-11-07
- Reviewer: Staff
The editors at Gwyneth Paltrows Goop, a weekly newsletter turned multi-faceted lifestyle resource, have consolidated their best lifestyle tips into a single helpful volume with the aim of helping people detox and develop healthy habits. The book emphasizes holistic living, which means that the wholesome recipes work optimally when used in concert with hair and skin treatments, yoga, healthful make-up, and beauty supplements. The plentiful recipes that serve this end offer creative ways to combine the limited foods that fall under their narrowly defined culinary purview. Right off the bat, however, the no-nos are established, and the list is extensive: no alcohol, caffeine, dairy, eggs, beef, pork, shellfish, raw fish, gluten, soy, potatoes, or tomatoes, and thats just the beginning. The book even includes a mani-pedi manifesto outlining chemical-free polishing products. This is a helpful book targeted at an elite contingent who have no worries about food budgets. (Dec.)