Presentation on theme: "Flower Faces: Natural Beauty Treatments Tested and Scored By Elisabeth Hill"— Presentation transcript:
Flower Faces: Natural Beauty Treatments Tested and Scored By Elisabeth Hill
Spa treatments at grocery store prices The newest beauty craze can be seen at any salon or spa, or in the pages of any fashion magazine: fresh, natural products made with real vitamins, herbs, and fruit extracts. Is it worth paying spa prices for products that can be found at home or at the grocery store? Four judges try to answer this question by trying actual at-home beauty treatments and rating their effectiveness.
The Recipes Learn how to make revitalizing beauty treatments using products found in any refrigerator. Use the simply presented ingredient information to create your own personalized natural recipe. Discover what properties each ingredient has and why they work for their intended purpose.
The Judges Becca Hair: Becca tested two hair treatments, one to change her hair color, and one conditioner to moisturize it. Jennifer Eyes: Jennifer tried two remedies to relieve the puffiness under her eyes. Maggie Face and Feet: Maggie tried two different mixtures, a facial mask and a foot scrub, both made from entirely edible recipes, to deep clean her pores and soften her feet. Ryan Hands: Ryan proved that not only girls can benefit from this website; he tried a softening mixture, entirely edible, to smooth his hands.
The Prices This website will let you: Compare the prices of all the ingredients listed in recipes on the site to the prices of professional products that have been found on the web; and Find where you can buy your own simple ingredients or, if you chose, professional products.
Your Personal Skin Type This website will also let you: Find out which ingredients can be specifically combined for your own personal skin type; and See what the most up-to-date professional opinions are about skin care and taking care of your individual needs.