Gorgeous for Good has been on my reading list since I saw author Sophie Uliano discussing it on a news show. I loved the idea of a natural approach to beauty. Even better was the fact that it was not an all or nothing natural product book.
First are the things I loved: The book never made me feel like I was a horrible person for not following a strict set of rules. This alone kept me reading. I was happy to consider making changes to my lifestyle...the main one being skin care. In the days after I finished reading, I found myself being more mindful of how I treated my skin as well as what I ate. Gorgeous for Good gave me the little push I needed to take better care of me!
I did not really have things I considered negatives. I will call them things to consider. The first two-thirds of the book had a large amount of information. It can feel a bit overwhelming. I know it is not possible to remember everything, but the book will serve as a good reference. The 30 day program was not discussed until nearly two-thirds of the way into the book. One downside for me was the amount of changes made all at once. I know some people could jump into all of the changes with no problem. I prefer starting small and building gradually.
I cannot see myself making all of the changes suggested in this book. Even small changes can have a positive effect and Gorgeous for Good inspires those.
disclosure: I received this e-book through NetGalley but was not otherwise compensated for this review. All opinions are my own!