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the use of paint and powder, which is injurious to the skin, but how
to make the _cheek glow_ with health, and the _neck_, _arms_ and
_hands_ to rival the lily in whiteness. It teaches how to cure Greasy
Skin, Freckles, Pimples, Wrinkles, Blackheads, Crow's-feet, Blotches,
Face Grubs, Tan, Sunburn, Chapped Hands, Sore Lips, etc.
It teaches how to cure and prevent redness and roughness, and to make
the skin soft, smooth, white and delicate, producing a perfectly
natural appearance. It teaches how to cure and refine a coarse skin,
so that it will be clear and white.
It tells what has never before been published: How to restore a fair,
rosy complexion to its original freshness, after it has become sallow
and faded. This is a wonderful secret, and is sure in its results. It
will also cause those who have always been pale to have beautiful,
bright, rosy cheeks, and the eyes to be brilliant and sparkling.
It teaches how to have soft, white and attractive hands, even though
compelled to do housework. Every lady desires to have nice hands, and
all may do so by following the directions of this book. The most
coarse, rough, red hands will, by following this teaching, become
beautifully delicate and white, and it causes very little trouble to
care for them.
It teaches how to care for the hair so as to improve the growth and to
have a beautiful and luxuriant head of hair; how to keep the skin of
the scalp healthy, to cure Dandruff, to prevent the hair falling, and
to have it of a nice glossy hue.
It teaches how to have clear and brilliant eyes, with beautiful, long,
drooping lashes; also, how to cure sore and weak eyes.
It teaches how to care for the teeth so as to have them white and
sound, telling how to treat those that are decayed, and how to prevent
the decay of sound ones.
It teaches how to have beautiful ripe red lips, and how to cure sore
and chapped lips.
It teaches how to cure Warts, Corns, Bruises, Sprains, Cold Feet, Bad
It teaches how to bleach, purify and whiten the most stubbornly red,
rough skin, so that it will be beautifully clear and white; and a
complexion that is naturally passable will be admired by all who see
it after being treated as here described.
The second chapter teaches: The different human temperaments; how to
tell to which temperament you belong yourself, and also the
temperaments of those whom you meet;
The fortunate and unfortunate days of the month, and their importance
at the hour of birth;
Important advice to females regarding their thirty-first year;
How to know whom you will marry;
The signs of a good genius;
All about Electrical Psychology, or Psychological
How to make persons at a distance think of you (this is a purely
How to win the affection of the person of the opposite sex whom you
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