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The Skincare Hoax

How You're Being Tricked into Buying Lotions, Potions & Wrinkle Cream

Foreword by Patricia Salber
Published by Skyhorse
Distributed by Simon & Schuster

LIST PRICE ₹969.00


About The Book

Feel Empowered and Beautiful at Any Age with This Groundbreaking Guide to Skincare
We all want to have young and healthy skin, yet the beauty industry is so mixed in its messages that most consumers have no way to tell which skincare products are helpful and which claims are pure hype. In The Skincare Hoax, skincare expert Dr. Fayne Frey explores the “essential” product categories that are entirely unnecessary, exposes how many well-known skincare ingredients have no scientific basis, and recommends truly effective skincare products and regimens that are easy and affordable.

Key points include:

  • Why an over-the-counter wrinkle cream that removes wrinkles would be in violation of federal law
  • The one and only true anti-aging product
  • What moisturizers actually do
Reveal the healthiest and most informed choices for your skin with The Skincare Hoax.

About The Author

Product Details

  • Publisher: Skyhorse (October 18, 2022)
  • Length: 192 pages
  • ISBN13: 9781510771567

Raves and Reviews

The Skincare Hoax will make you rethink everything you know about skincare. You'll be putting money back in your pocket once you’re done reading this excellent book.”
—Anna Villarreal, JD, founder and CEO of LifeStory Health
“Don't be fooled! Fancy ads and high price tags don't mean a skincare product is better. Dr. Fayne Frey lays it on the line in The Skincare Hoax.
—Leslie Farin, MPH, publisher/founder/editor-in-chief of 50PlusToday

“Dr. Frey has a flair for setting the record straight. Thoughtfully written, this book helps navigate the myriad of products that are on the market. Great read!”
—Mary P. Leahy, MD, MHA, and CEO of Bon Secours Charity Health System

“An entertaining and meaningful read about how the media taps into our emotions and influences our decisions. This book is a must for those who want to know what we really need for skincare.”
—Nancy Parkes, EdD, education consultant
The Skincare Hoax, I think about it every time I wash my face! Simplicity is a good thing.”
—Audrey Gay Rodgers, owner/director of Hameau Farm in the Big Valley

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