Colour in skincare products
The attractive looking color soap bar or your exotic color face cream can give your skin a hard time.
Most brands brag about their product promising glowing fair skin, day-long freshness, and whatnot, what they conveniently forget to mention are the possible side effects of ingredients they use – especially COLOUR. But don’t worry, we’ve got your back! Let’s discuss color in skincare products.
Most of the skincare products contain artificial colors.
Cleanse & Nourish
We need to cleanse our skin and keep it germ-free and moisturized at all times. We all struggle with time, and skincare routines take a back seat. A good skin cleanses or body wash always comes in handy.
A good washing-off the excess secreted oils, dirt, sweat off our skin. Then comes the ability to clean deeply at pore level, and simultaneously moisturize the skin. Another customer expectation is deodorizing and perfume experience. Body washes packed with essential oils have mild to strong aromas and help get rid of smelly odor emanating from the body.
Hand Care And The One Product That Does Is All
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Whether it's a result of the cold and windy weather or due to frequent hand washing, your hands experience a lot of grinds every day. Most hand wash liquids, soap bars, cleansers, and sanitizers deprive the skin of necessary oils. So does cold weather, which additionally makes the skin very dry and fragile.
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