Beauty to Die
For - Judi Vance
Cosmetics Unmasked: Your Family
Guide to Safe Cosmetics and Allergy-free Toiletries - Dr.
Stephan & Gina Antczak
A Consumer's Dictionary of
Cosmetic Ingredients: 5th edition - Ruth Winton
You may be able to find
these books at the public library or check www.amazon.com, www.barnesandnoble.com.
Southern Herb Company from the Madison, WI area, offer several books on
holistic health. Their website is: www.southernherb.com.
Health Concepts, LLC, does carry the Consumer's Dictionary of Cosmetic
Ingredients by Ruth Winton in its library. The Consumer's Dictionary is
especially helpful to look up ingredients listed on cosmetic products.
Each entry lists the ingredient and lets you know what it is and if it
has an impact upon your health. It is amazing what they put in
cosmetics these days...even the ones that claim to be "natural" or
"organic." What products do you have in your medicine cabinet? What do
the labels say? Read the ingredients from cosmetics to toiletries. Do
you know what the long scientific methyl/ethyl names mean? Ever wonder
why propylene glycol (radiator fluid) is found in so many products? Me,
too. Read your labels. Good hunting to you.
All items listed were found on a Google web