Intro by Celia Farber
The cosmetics and beauty aid industry pulls in over $300 billion a year, globally. Our urge to look good does not stop during hard times, and the make-up industry is known to be recession proof. But what if you could beautify your skin for pennies?
Drugstore shelves are loaded with bottles proclaiming the beauty benefits of AHAs (Alpha Hydroxy Acids) and BHAs (Beta Hydroxy Acids.) Well, guess what? None of them can compete with a simple lemon.
Lemons are an ancient beauty tool, bursting with the very same AHAs and BHAs women pay a fortune for in skin potions. All you need to keep your skin exfoliated and glowing is a good lemon and a spoonful of sugar.
This regiment has been tested personally by NWTV female staff and it WORKS.
Celia Farber is the author of “Serious Adverse Events: An Uncensored History of AIDS” (Melville House Press/2006) and her website is www.truthbarrier.com.