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Feed Your Face: Younger, Smoother Skin and a Beautiful Body in 28 Delicious Daysby Jessica Wu
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Tired of wasting hundreds of dollars on expensive wrinkle creams, drying lotions, and zit-zappers that just dont work? Well listen up, ladies. To really get gorgeous, youve got to change the way you feed your face.
Cosmetics companies, womens magazines—heck, even most doctors—will swear that food doesnt affect the skin. But celebrity dermatologist Dr. Jessica Wu knows thats just not true. After years spent battling her own pimple-prone, “problem” skin (not to mention caring for some of Hollywoods most famous faces), shes learned that what you eat has everything to do with the condition of your complexion.
Packed with patient testimonials, un-retouched before and after photos, and celebrity anecdotes from stars like Katherine Heigl, Maria Bello, Kimora Lee Simmons, and Lisa Ling, FEED YOUR FACE is an easy-to-follow, 28-day diet plan that will help you banish blemishes, wipe out wrinkles, shed unwanted pounds, and generally feel better—in your clothes and in your skin. Along the way, Dr. Wu will dish the dirt on her journey from Harvard Medical School to the glamorous Hollywood Hills, while offering realistic, practical beauty and diet advice for women of all ages.
Want to soften your crows-feet? Find out which foods will turn back time.
Plagued by pimples? Discover the snacks that will erase stubborn blemishes.
Did you know milk doesnt always do a body good?
Feel a sunburn coming on? Learn why red wine may save your skin from peeling and flaking.
What does a hard-partying rock star eat for good skin?
So stop thinking about food in terms of what you cant have: no butter, no red meat, no fat, and no flavor. Instead, discover the foods that will keep you feeling full and looking gorgeous. Follow the FEED YOUR FACE Diet, and you can have pizza. You can go out for Italian, indulge in Chinese takeout, and dine at The Cheesecake Factory (with the help of the FEED YOUR FACE Restaurant Guide). Because you do have the power to change your skin. All you have to do is eat.
Cosmetics companies, womens magazines—even doctors—will swear that food doesnt affect the skin. But Dr. Jessica Wu knows thats just not true. After years spent battling her own problem skin and caring for some of Hollywoods most famous faces, shes learned that what you eat has everything to do with your complexion.
- Want to soften crows-feet? Find out which foods will turn back time.
- Plagued by pimples? Discover the snacks that will erase blemishes.
-Worried about skin cancer? Learn what to eat and what to avoid.
- Feel a sunburn coming on? Uncover why red wine may save your skin from peeling and flaking.
Packed with celebrity food diaries and anecdotes, patient testimonials, and before and after photos, Feed Your Face is an easy-to-follow, 28-day diet plan that will help readers banish blemishes, wipe out wrinkles, shed unwanted pounds, and generally feel better—in their clothes and in their skin.
Each year the average American woman spends upwards of $600 on personal care products, only to be disappointed when the hype outplays the performance. Enter Dr. Jessica Wu. Empowering women to break the cycle, she shares the secrets that turned her into one of Hollywoods most sought after beauty expertsno needles, creams, or prescriptions required. Based on the latest research, and proven on Dr. Wus patients (both the famous and notso- famous), Feed Your Face is an easy-to-use 28-day diet plan that will help you banish blemishes, wipe out wrinkles, shed unwanted pounds, and generally feel betterin your clothes and in your skin.
About the Author
DR. JESSICA WU, a graduate of Harvard Medical School, is a board-certified celebrity dermatologist in Los Angeles and an Assistant Clinical Professor at the USC Medical School. When shes not helping Hollywoods A-list get red carpet-ready, shes dishing up advice as the Skin and Beauty Expert on EverydayHealth.com and on her daily e-Newsletter (with 250,000 loyal readers). Dr. Wu is also a frequent medical expert on The Doctors, and has appeared on Good Morning America, Entertainment Tonight, E! Entertainment Television, FOX News, and EXTRA, and has become the go-to beauty expert for editors at the New York Times, People, Elle, O: The Oprah Magazine, Glamour, Good Housekeeping, Marie Claire, Womens Health, and Womens Wear Daily.
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