Sandra Williams is an author and publisher of books on healthy living, beauty advices and motivation techniques. She shares her ideas on how to get fit and what worked for her in a journey to healthier life.
“What you eat is what you are” is her motto.
Interested in self-development, she explores all available tools to improve the quality of different areas of her life. Unlike in other personal development guides, her content describes her personal experiences and thoughts. She focuses on taking action. She always prefers quick and easy solutions that can be immediately implemented.

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  1. susie
    January 27, 2015 at 12:06 pm (9 years ago)

    hi i just bought your hair care and hair growth solutions book in print. my question is with the egg whites how long do you leave it on your hair and do you wash your hair after using this or just rinse your hair with just water? Another question i have is about the aloe vera and brandy, can i use aloe vera juice instead of the fresh aloe vera because i am finding it very hard to find an aloe vera plant where i live, also how long to leave that in your hair and then do i wash my hair after using the aloe vera and the brandy or just rinse it, and how often should i use this on my hair? Here is some info on the juice that i bought, contains 99.8 % aloe vera juice, ingredients are aloe vera gel, sodium benzoate which is a food preservative . The juice is made with naturally grown cold processed aloe full strength, with no sugars, starches, or thickeners . Will the juice work? Could you please email me back. THANKS

  2. Karena
    July 30, 2021 at 4:53 pm (2 years ago)

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