REVIEW: Girl, Wash Your Face

Stop Believing the Lies About Who You Are So You Can Become Who You Were Meant to Be

Rachel Hollis doesn’t shy away from confronting women about the lies they tell themselves in Girl, Wash Your Face. In a very down-to-earth, talking-with-your-bestie tone, Hollis vulnerably shares stories and experiences from her personal life as she exposes the lies that prevent many women from understanding their true identity in Christ.

From body image to the comparison trap to sex to self-worth, Hollis isn’t afraid to tackle the lies that countless women deal with. She empowers women with a plan to take better care of themselves, and she removes all the excuses as she challenges them to step into who God created them to be.

My favorite quote from the book is, “Comparison is the death of all joy, and the only person you need to be better than is the one you were yesterday." So if you’re looking for a book that will not only inspire you to be a better you than you were yesterday, but also give you practical tips to make that happen, be sure to pick up your copy of Girl, Wash Your Face today.