Beauty Bible: Download Now For All Your Natural Beauty Needs

by Farley D August 14, 2019 1 min read

Interested in natural beauty tips? Want to learn how to use SuperFeast tonic herbs in DIY beauty recipes? Feeling like you need a little more radiance in your life? Then this free downloadable bible is for you!

For centuries, the ancient Taoist populations have used tonic herbs for optimal health and well being. Their beliefs and practices were aimed at longevity and a beautiful by-product of this were the positive effects on outer (and inner) beauty.

 

At SuperFeast HQ, much of our community have a specific interest in wanting to feel more vital, have clearer skin, sooth inflammation, support strong nails and tips for lustrous and healthy hair. And we love sharing how to get that glowing feeling. The SuperFeast Beauty Bible is a resource filled with loads of stuff, like:

    DIY recipe Medicinal Mushroom Face Butter
    Tonic Herb Exfoliator
    The Radiant Face Mask
    Plus tips for strong nails, shining eyes, healthy hair and clear skin

 

We explore the ancient philosophies behind beauty herbs and dive into why the Taoists revered long hair for its role in supporting and enhancing their quest for longevity - by acting as an antenna to better capture the energy (Qi) of the environment. Wild hey!

We share eight areas for you to focus on if you have symptoms relating to skin. Plus according to the Taoist traditions, our skin is actually an extension of the Lung channel. But what does this actually mean if you experience blemishes, psoriasis and other skin issues? Download the Beauty Bible to dive right in :)

You'll get our view on healthy, shining, bright eyes. Hint: the eyes are an extension of the liver meridian, so a healthy, supported, nourished liver will really support the health of your peepers.

Of course, we share all our favourite tonic herbs and adaptogens for that inner and outer radiance. If this sounds like you, download the SuperFeast Beauty Bible here <3

 

 

Farley D
Farley D

Farley is the SuperFeast marketing magician and eco queen. Farley has a deep love and respect for this planet we call home and is always exploring innovative ways to reduce waste and support the sustainability of her personal and professional practices. Farley is happiest when listening to Simply Red and sipping on a hot cacao tonic drink. He shou wu, tremella, astragalus and ashwagandha are among Farley’s favourite herbs, of which she has on high rotation throughout the day. A grounded taurean, Farley appreciates beauty and design and loves the sun and oceanic air. You can find Farley rocking loud patterns and sporting quirky socks on any given day. A true angel and beloved part of our SuperFeast team.



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