Holi 2019: Natural Scrubs that can help you to get rid of Holi Colors easily
India will celebrate Holi 2019 on March 21. Today, the entire nation is celebrating Choti Holi and the ritual of Holika Dahan will take place today at 9 pm. Holi is the festival of joy and happiness. It is a time to bond with others and burn all the negativity within. With all joy and zeal, the festival also brings tension of chemical colors which can badly affect our skin and hair. It is important to make all the possible preparations before you step out to play Holi. Here is how you can make natural scrubs to get rid of Holi colors?
(Natural Scrubs to get rid of Holi Colors)
Firstly, it is important to propagate Safe Holi. We should play with Herbal colors and you encourage others also to do the same. Here are a few natural ways to get rid of Holi Colors.
1. Try to play Holi with Tesu flowers. These flowers are easily available in the market. They can be soaked overnight in water and then, you can make its paste. They give the most beautiful saffron color.
2. Oil is your safeguard during Holi. Before stepping out to play Holi, apply oil on your Skin and Hair. You can opt for olive oil or seed and Sandalwood oil as these create natural sunscreen against Harsh Weather and the harmful colors. If they are not available need not worry, you can also use Coconut Oil.
3. A lot of times we end up getting our nails colored and they look terrible after Holi. The best way to prevent it from happening is to apply petroleum jelly on your nails before playing Holi.
List of Natural Scrubs to get rid of Holi Colors
For Sensitive Skin
Make some Sandalwood paste mixed with a few drops of almond oil and rose water and smear this all over the fact. This is the best way to get rid of the rashes that occur due to strong chemicals.
For Dry Hair
Many times the hair becomes rough and you can treat it naturally. The easiest natural conditioner is Mayonnaise. This will soften your hair and later you can use a mild shampoo on your scalp.
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