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Biblical Beauty: Ancient Secrets and Modern Solutions Paperback – October 25, 2011
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"Biblical Beauty is a real treat. Rachelle Weisberger offers tips and practical advice on beauty, spirituality and wellness all without having to shell out a lot of money. Who knew our ancient beauties could teach us so much? -- Janice Lieberman, NBC consumer correspondent for the Today show
"Rachelle Weisberger is a woman blessed with intelligence, heart and talent. She has now brought her imagination and scholarship to focus on the intersection of the Bible and beauty, which is a natural synthesis of her talents." -- Phyllis Tobin, PhD, psychologist and author of Motherhood Optional
" A beauty expert par excellence -- Rachelle Weisberger now shares her wisdom with us all."
"I appreciate the author's voice. It is not preachy and does not make the reader feel guilty. Her text flows and her ideas are informative, leading the reader to enlightenment. Overall, this is a sensitive, well-planned book, touching on spiritual, intellectual, emotional and mundane concerns. I cannot imagine Biblical Beauty not being appreciated by any reader fortunate enough to turn its pages." -- Judge, Writer's Digest 21st Annual Self-Published Book Awards
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The book is laid out in chapters that cover skin care, sun care, makeup, hair care, healthy aging, motherhood, and feminine leadership. I also enjoyed the focus on the balance between work and family.
Think about everyday life and the role that beauty plays in our world. Beauty magazines, television, the world of celebrity, makeup, everything exercise and diet. Beauty is everywhere and there is no escaping it. Then again, like anything, it is all about how we look at things and what we do with the information that is given to us. I love that Weisberger highlights the idea that beauty is multifaceted; it isn’t just about what we see on the surface, this really resonated with me.
Until just recently I held a high paying job with the federal government that required me to dress nicely, do my hair, wear makeup, and put my best foot forward. Sound great, right? It sounds great on the surface but not so much. The job didn’t make me feel good about myself. No matter how nicely I dressed, how perfect my makeup was, or if I was sporting an amazing hairstyle I felt ugly and that radiated from the inside out. Now, as I transition to the next phase of my life I have found that I feel more attractive even when I am wearing PJ pants and a comfy t-shirt. As Weisberger shares, biblical beauty resonates throughout the entire body and radiates physical, emotional and spiritual well-being.Read more ›
This is a scholarly, well researched book that gives an intelligent look at all aspects of beauty, health, and aging . It has practical and relevant tips that the reader can easily apply in her own beauty regimen.
Weisberger's book is more than just an interesting read. It gives advice and information that empowers the modern woman to follow in the footsteps of her biblical predecessors and discover and enhance her natural beauty.
This is not a book that collects dust on a shelf. It will be referred to time and again for its wisdom and helpful advice. This is a perfect gift to give to the women in your life.
This book helps you become NATURALLY beautiful without makeup!
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I have not finished reviewing this book. I am in the process of reading this book. It is the type of book for slow reading and reviewing,Published on November 13, 2012 by Renee Skotnik
Biblical Beauty is beautifully written. It takes us all back to the basics in a day and age when we are turning to artificial methods to take car of ourselves. Read morePublished on December 28, 2011 by Sharonne Rudman