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Holi Special- 5 Tips To Save Your Skin From Harmful Colors

By: Pinki Sat, 17 Feb 2018 12:37:43

Holi Special- 5 Tips To Save Your Skin From Harmful Colors

Holi, the colourful festival is just around the corner. This cheerful festival is all about joy and colours, but this can also bring a lot of skin problems, indicates an expert. On this festival, it is important to provide your skin and hair some protection before you head out to play Holi. From Holi colours to sun damage, you need to give your skin some extra care during Holi.

Before you decide to indulge in a burst of colours, you need to keep a few things in mind.

* Before you head out to play Holi, apply almond oil on your face and the exposed parts of body and hair. To protect your hair further, braid your hair if possible. Almond oil has high levels of Vitamin E; this nourishment oil forms a protective layer on your skin and hair. This can save you from the damage of Holi colours, be it organic or chemical.

* For removing the colours, use a shampoo and body wash that are free of chemicals like SLES and Parabens. You can also make a DIY face and body scrub to get rid of the colours. For the DIY scrub, make a paste with 2 tsp of crushed almonds, 1tsp of brown sugar, half tsp of honey and lemon juice. Now, use this scrub on your face and body to wash off the stubborn colours.

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* Since dry skin easily allows chemicals to penetrate the body, always apply coconut oil(preferably) on your entire body and apply mustard oil on your hair, at least an hour before playing. Note: It is very important to oil between fingertips, near fingernails and behind the ear.

* Don’t forget to apply sunscreen after oiling your body, and make sure it is gel based, waterproof and of SPF 25. If you’re in the sun for more than 3 hours, remember to re-apply the sunscreen.

* Wear glasses or sunglasses while playing Holi to protect your eyes. The eyes are extremely sensitive, and the chemical content in the colours can lead to irritation, causing allergy. Always wash your eyes with cold water. In case irritation persists even a few hours after playing Holi, contact an eye specialist.

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