Holi 2020 is here and if you're anything like us, you've already started prepping for three days of ultimate fun with family and friends. There is a lot that has been said about the importance of skin and hair care routines both before and after playing Holi. The most essential part of any beauty regime before and after the festival has to be oil. Besides forming a protective layer of good fat on your skin and scalp, oil is essential for replenishing the hair and helps it recover from the after effects of the chemicals in Holi colours.
There are a number of oils that are easily available and that can be included in your Holi beauty regimen. All you need to do is raid your kitchen cabinet and your dresser drawer and sit down to start shielding your skin and hair from harm.
Here are some oils that you need to keep handy this Holi:
Protect Your Hair And Skin On Holi 2020: Coconut Oil
Coconut oil isn't just great for the heart and your weight, but it's also a valuable addition to your skin and hair care regime. It has essential vitamins and fatty acids that keep the skin and scalp nourished. Moreover, coconut oil comes in very handy when it comes to dis-entangling hair. A coconut oil 'chumpy' for your hair, face, neck and arms can go a long way in protecting you this Holi.
Coconut oil isn't just great for the heart and your weight, but it's also a valuable addition to your skin and hair care regime.Protect Your Skin On Holi Festival: Olive Oil
Olive oil is rich in antioxidants and can be used to improve elasticity of your skin and deeply condition your hair. Olive oil also has sun-protection properties and acts as a mild sunblock. Therefore, rubbing generous amounts of olive oil on your skin and hair will help reduce damage. Olive oil really shines when it comes to damage repair too, so you must include it in your post-Holi beauty regimen.
Olive oil is rich in antioxidants and can be used to improve elasticity of your skin and deeply condition your hair.
Protect Your Hair And Skin On Holi: Sunflower Oil
Sunflower oil is one of the most common cooking oils found in more and more kitchens nowadays, thanks to increased awareness about its heart-healthy properties. But did you know that sunflower seed oil is a great beauty oil too? The oil acts as a natural moisturizer. It's light and non-greasy and hence, is easily absorbed by your skin, without blocking out pores.
Sunflower oil is one of the most common cooking oils found in more and more kitchens nowadays, thanks to increased awareness about its heart-healthy properties.
Protect Your Hair And Skin From Holi Colours: Jojoba Oil
Jojoba oil is one of the best oils to treat your skin and hair with. It has vitamin E and B, both of which are essential for making your hair shine and prevent breakage. A gentle scalp massage with the oil before heading out for Holi celebrations can help you get rid of dry and itchy scalp and reduce damage.
Jojoba oil is one of the best oils to treat your skin and hair with.
Apart from this, almond and mustard oils are two other commonly available oils that can be included in your hair and skin care regime, before and after Holi. Almond oil removes dandruff and scalp infection and can be gently massaged on skin and hair before they are exposed to Holi chemicals. Although mustard oil must not be directly massaged on the face for those who have a sensitive skin. Applying equal parts of mustard and coconut oil can actually improve skin tone.
Have a safe and Happy Holi 2018!