5 Books That Tell You All About The Tips And Tricks You Need To Look Radiant
In sync with Indian skin and climate, these beauty books focus on well-being and offer a holistic regime
When it comes to beauty advice, one size does not fit all. A product, an ingredient or a natural cure that works for someone in another part of the world, may not necessarily work for the Indian skin and climate. Thankfully, there are many Indian beauty experts-cum-authors who have shared easy-to-follow tips, especially catering to Indian skin and hair, with readers. We list five such books for you:
Skin Rules: Your 6-week Plan to Radiant Skin by Dr Jaishree Sharad
One of India’s leading cosmetic dermatologists, Dr Jaishree Sharad’s book tells you how to get blemish-free and radiant skin in just six weeks. In her book Skin Rules, she not only shares her knowledge about the latest advancements in skincare, but also gives you the beauty basics—such as how to identify your skin type, how to read product labels and simple home remedies to help you improve your skin.
Skin Deep: An Inside Out Approach To Looking Good Naturally by Dr Aparna Santhanam
Authored by well-known dermatologist and hair expert Dr Aparna Santhanam, this book talks about how diet can affect the way you look today as well as in the years to come. In Skin Deep, Santhanam addresses popular concerns regarding diet and its correlation to skin and hair health and overall wellness. She also shares some easy-to-make recipes that will help your skin glow, inside out.
Hair: Everything You Ever Wanted To Know by Dr Akshay Batra
Everyone has hair concerns, some more than others. From premature greying and hair loss to dry and dull hair, the list of hair-related worries can be endless. Dr Akshay Batra, who graduated from The Trichological Society of London, answers everything you ever wanted to know about how to get healthy hair.
Glow: Indian Foods, Recipes and Rituals for Beauty, Inside and Out by Vasudha Rai
Replete with effective natural remedies for holistic beauty, this look-good and feel-good handbook by Vasudha Rai, former beauty editor of leading magazines, is a comprehensive guide to get that beautiful glow from within. A certified yoga instructor, Rai has divided her book into four parts she considers the primary pillars of beauty—vitality, clarity, radiance and peace.
Roots to Radiance: Wholesome Beauty Solutions for the Millennial Life by Nikita Upadhyay
With over 500 tips on how to nourish your skin, hair, health, and soul, this beauty manual addresses all kinds of common problems in a relatable, engaging way. From dryness, oily skin to acne, pigmentation, under-eye circles and hair loss, Roots to Radiance can answer many such beauty queries. It often goes back to the Indian kitchen to find the best beauty remedies for super-busy millennials.