Celebrate Holi with fervor
This Holi will be played with lot of enthusiasm. As the pandemic’s shadow is moving away from India, everyone in the country is in a mood to celebrate, ofcourse within the norms and guidelines being set by the government.
Apart from the above norms, let’s reiterate the steps to a safer and a joyous Holi, the festival of colours. The unnatural colours in themarket not only harm the skin but can even damage eyes, here are some tips from Harsh Jain, Co-founder, OSIA OSIA, India’s leading natural and organic skincare brand, for a natural and organic holi :
1. Play with organic colours and natural flowers – You can either go in for homemade and natural colours derived from flowers and vegetables or you can buy organic and natural colours from the market. Avoid any other colour as they are laden with chemicals and can harm your skin and eyes and hair.
2. Put oil on your body and hair before playing holi – Just in case, someone uses chemical laden colours on, the oil will act as protective layer to your skin. Oil creates a greasy protective layer on hair and skin. This layer acts as a barrier stopping colours from settling into follicles of hair and our skin. An oil-based layer helps the colour wash out easily post the celebrations. Choose from oils like coconut, olive, almond and others depending on your skin type. These oils not only protect but also nourish and hydrate your skin.
3. Post Holi, bathe with natural soaps – The herbal soaps will not only remove the colour gently but will also nourish the skin. Best soaps to use post holi are soaps made of Sandalwood and Turmeric, Kumkumadi Oil with Saffron, Activated Charcoal, Honey and almond oil. They will rejuvenate, nourish and balance your skin.