Babushka’s Beauty Secrets – Old World Tips For A Glamorous New You – Raisa Ruder, Susan Campos

Ladies, have I got a treat for you!

Are you tired of going to the beauty counter and paying so much money for your creams and exfoliates, and cleansers?  Are you sick of the sizes that you receive for the money you pay for?

This book will save you money, time, AND still have you feeling like your skin is worth a million bucks!

A Babushka is Ukrainian for Grandmother, Granny, or however you call her in your family.  I know this because I used to call my granny this when I went to visit her when I was much younger.  I am half Ukrainian, so I can so relate to what Raisa is talking about in her book.

Our family wasn’t one that had a lot of money, we had a garden, we canned fruits, vegetables, and made relish, jams, and other yummy stuff to help us get through the winter.  I am the baby of 5 children my parents had, so just about everything was stretched to the limit, we never let anything go to waste.

Did you realize that most beauty products that boast Vitamin C or other natural ingredients only have a fraction in them?  And that you can make your own at home for a fraction of the cost.  Raisa’s Babushka used to cook these concoctions up in her kitchen in Moscow while a room full of women would be sitting patiently waiting in another room for their treatments.  Raisa also guarantees that you will not only look like a million bucks, but you will feel like it too.

Have a bachelorette party to plan and no ideas?  Simply have a girls night in and do creams, facials, and other beauty treatments.  All for under $5 !

All without the fancy names, pretty packaging, and or preservatives.

Everything you need is in your refigerator!

There are so many recipes in this little book with just about something for everyone, so what are you waiting for?

GO and get the book !

Hachette / Wellness Central

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3 thoughts on “Babushka’s Beauty Secrets – Old World Tips For A Glamorous New You – Raisa Ruder, Susan Campos

  1. Wow, how did you get your hands on this book?! I have been coveting it for so long 🙂 Glad to hear it lives up to its potential, now I really, really must find a copy. Especially as a fellow Ukrainian 😉

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