Having healthy glowing skin has its benefits. After all, it is our body’s protection against germs and bacteria that could cause infection. It also regulates our temperature when the environment becomes too hot or too cold. Therefore it is but right that we do what we can to keep it healthy. Here are great books that you can read in order to keep it at is optimum health.
The Skin Commandments: 10 Rules to Healthy Beautiful Skin by Dr. Tony Nakhla
Written by a board-certified dermatologist, this book is an easy read about keeping your skin good looking and healthy. It covers topics like essential foods to eat in order to improve your skin health and at the same time the importance of hydrating inside and outside. These topics can also help with the prevention of stretch marks which is great. Who wants stretch marks after all. With this book the reader will know how to choose the right skincare products, reduce signs of aging and also how to detect skin cancer and how to prevent it.
Beautiful Skin Revealed: The Ultimate Guide to Better Skin by Dr. Paul M. Friedman, Dr. Joy Kunishige and Dr. Kristel Polder
The book is a great read if you are dealing with skin-related problems like birthmarks, spider veins, acne scars and other conditions. Each of these conditions were explained in the book including the treatment. There are also stories shared by patients who went through the treatment. A good read for people who want to learn more about keeping your skin beautiful by doing more than just following a regular skin care regimen.
The Cellulite Solution: A Doctor’s Program for Losing Lumps, Bumps, Dimples and Stretch Marks by Dr. Howard Murad
The book was written by the founder of Murad Skincare, Inc. who specializes in dermatology. It covers the condition that most women dread the most – cellulite. What caused it and how to correct this condition is explained in this book. Aside from that, the book has a bonus program that aims to reduce stretch marks providing readers with a detailed nutrition plan, recommended supplements and advice on external skin care.