Are You Ashamed of Your Skin?

"Everything You Always Wanted to Know about Skin Care" will help you find the answers you've been looking for and help keep you informed about the latest skin care therapies and advice.

Dear Friend,

How many questions have you already asked yourself about your skin? How often have you turned to websites or books only to find the information to be confusing or simply unconvincing? Are you worried that you aren't exploring all of the options available for taking care of your skin? Wouldn't you feel better if you just knew the basics of skin care?

Maybe you've been diagnosed with a certain skin care condition or maybe you have concerns about your skin's future or the skin of others in your family. In either case, your mind is filled with questions about what you could and what you should do. Have you begun to feel like you'd never know everything? Or at least, do you feel like you'll never be able to learn the really important things in order to make the best decisions? Have you been wondering if there was a way that you could finally learn more?

The good news is that no matter if you're the patient or the parent; "Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Skin Care" is the perfect resource for everything to do with your skin and treating various concerns. Not only will you learn about how to approach your concerns from a medical standpoint, but you'll also learn about what you can do on your own.

If you're ready to look better than you have in years, you need to grab a copy of "Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Skin Care" right now. No matter what kinds of questions you have, I will give you the answers you've been looking for.

To start things off, we're going to talk about what the skin is and how it works:

  • The skin structure

  • The skin types

  • The skin textures

  • What your skin does for you 

Millions of people around the world just like you have already begun trying to treat their skin on their own, so you're not alone in your search. And with "Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Skin Care," you can be certain that you have the facts about getting the treatment you need.

So, where do we begin? 

Even if you have no knowledge whatsoever about how to treat your skin, my eBook is going to guide you through the major skin care woes and concerns so that you can choose the treatment that's right for you.

The most common problem seems to be acne these days - for both adults and teens.

In this eBook, you'll learn about:

  • Types of acne

  • Causative factors

  • Treatment measures

When you have this information, you will be able to talk to your doctor about your specific concerns, increasing the odds you will get the right treatment, right away. Of course, you can also try treatments on your own before you make that appointment.

But acne is just one of the many skin care concerns you might have. Many people - both young and old - are worried about dry skin. In "Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Skin Care," you're going to learn about this condition in detail.

Learn about:

  • Xerosis - The Checklist

  • Causes of dry skin

  • Caring for dry skin

  • Beauty practices

With this knowledge, you can make the best decisions for your needs.

But for many people, skin care is more of a practice in turning back the clocks and masking the signs of aging, isn't it? In "Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Skin Care," you're going to learn about what really works for those wrinkles and lines and what doesn't.

  • Aging and skin care

  • Important signs and key problems

  • Self care at home

  • Anti-aging products

No matter what you decide to use, you can begin treating your skin at home before considering plastic surgery or other drastic measures.

Many people don't realize there is actually a three step system that can be used for all types and textures of skins - with minor adjustments for each:

  • Cleansing

  • Exfoliating

  • Moisturizing

By learning about this system, you can prevent skin problems, while also keeping your skin soft and smooth no matter what your age.

But there's even more!

Shopping for skin care products is probably the most frustrating part of caring for your skin - but not anymore. I'm going to go into detail about how to select the best products for your face and for your price range.

I'll answer your concerns about:

  • Skin care product ingredients

  • Choosing the best products for your skin tone

  • Price vs. quality

  • Research behind skin care

But…is there more than I can do to protect my skin?

On any given day, you can probably find one or more stories in the local newspaper dealing with skin conditions. I've actually never understood why skin care books tend to overlook these serious concerns. In "Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Skin Care," we're going to cover basic advice for how you can take your health into your own hands.

  • Skin cancer

  • Psoriasis

  • Eczema

  • Allergies

The detail that I go into with these subjects allows you to have a clear understanding of what you can do and when it's time to call in a doctor's help.

But what about specific concerns?

If you have specific questions and concerns about your skin, I'm also going to give you advice here.

  • Freckles

  • Whiteheads

  • Dark under-eye circles

  • Enlarged pores

  • Warts

  • Under-eye bags

  • Stretch marks

No matter what you need, you can find it in my comprehensive eBook.

Also, if you order a copy of "Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Skin Care ," I'm going to include a copy of my special report, "What You Should Know About Facial Skin Care."

This 10 page report includes:

  • Skin facts

  • Tackling acne

  • Caring for dry skin

  • Tending to aging skin

  • Creating a skin care regimen

  • Choosing skin care products

  • Skin conditions and diseases

  • Home remedies

By giving you an additional book on dealing with facial skin concerns exclusively, you will have a head to toe resource for anything that might erupt on your skin.

I just had so many ideas that I couldn't fit them all into "Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Skin Care." Even with 54 pages of information, I still needed to include this special report for you.

But what are you really getting from these books?

When you order a copy of "Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Skin Care ," you're not only getting a comprehensive guide to skin care options that really work.


Table of Contents

Human Skin The Basics
Acne The Universal Malady
Dry Skin The Natural Problem
Aging And Skin Care
The 3-Step Regimen
Facial Skin Care
Skin Diseases And Conditions
Cure, Remedies And Therapies
The Last Word

Here is an excerpt of the book


Skin is the largest organ of the human body. From being a mere outer covering that holds all of it together, its functions range up to protecting the entire system from external atmosphere and of course, making you look and feel good.


For a deeper understanding, first let's have an insight into the basic skin structure in this context.

Human skin basically has three main layers and various types of cells. These layers include:

  • Epidermis, which provides waterproofing and a protection against infection

  • Dermis, which is basically a location for the appendages of the skin

  • Hypodermis, the subcutaneous adipose layer


As we will demonstrate in the next chapters, skin care requires a process of careful planning, deliberation and discipline.

Before we set out to do that, you first need to know what type of skin you have. That's equally important to know as the basics of care for each skin type can differ considerably from one another.

Read on as we give you an insight into each of the four main skin types along with their basic features.


Normal skin is widely accepted as the middle path between an oily and a dry skin. The main features of this skin type are an even tone and soft and smooth texture. Such type of skin has no visible blemishes or pores and neither it has any greasy patches or flaky areas.

With a smooth and supple surface, this type of skin glows with inner health, only if it results from good blood circulation and excellent bodily fitness.


Oily skin is basically shiny and thick, having a dull tone to it. Skin that remains chronically oily mostly has coarse pores, pimples and blemishes. This type of skin is also prone to a lot of blackheads.

In individuals with oily skin, the sebaceous glands are quite overactive and hence produce excess oil than is required. It is this oil that oozes out and gives the skin a greasy shine. The pores are also enlarged, giving the skin a coarse look.


Dry skin has a very low level of sebum and is thus highly prone to sensitivity. This type of skin mostly has a parched look, which is caused by its instability to retain moisture.

In individuals with dry skin, it is a must to apply some form of a moisturizing agent after washing. In cases of excessive dryness, chapping and cracking usually occurs. Besides, dry skin is also tightly drawn over the bones. It has a dull look to it, especially on the cheeks and around the eyes.

In the further chapters, you can get a lot of further information about caring for your dry skin.


As the name suggests, this type of skin is a combination of both, oily as well as dry skin. One of the most typical features is a greasy T-zone, which basically comprises of the nose, forehead and chin, along with a dry panel consisting of cheeks, mouth and areas around the eyes.

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The best part of this eBook is that you don't have to wait another minute or head into a crowded store to pick up a copy. You can start learning and reading in just minutes.


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Don't Delay!


       Lee Anderson