For all the oily-skinned beauties, summers are quite the dreaded season. Summers and breakouts go hand in hand for me. It is just the beginning of summer and my skin has already started misbehaving.
I just recovered from a bout of breakouts and will have to be on alert for the next few months trying to keep my skin oil-free. Taking care of oily skin during summers can be tricky but it’s not impossible to avoid breakouts. But with the help of these products, I am able to manage my oily skin though the summers.
10 Summer Essentials for Oily Skin
The Zero Waste movement is gaining momentum all over the world and for the right reasons. We need to stop plastic pollution by reducing the use of single-use plastics on a day-to-day basis.
I rarely experiment with my haircare routine and keep it simple. But after using the Bon Organics shampoo for over 9 months I got a bit bored.
Plus I wanted to avail Soultree’s free miniature lipstick set offer that required a minimum purchase of Rs.1399. So I went ahead and ordered the Soultree Triphala Revitalising Shampoo. I tested it out for over 3 months and here’s my experience using it.
Exfoliation is a part of Skincare routine that can often go wrong due to the product used. Many exfoliators in the market contain gritty particles that can damage the skin.
I was on lookout for an affordable physical scrub that exfoliates gently. The Juicy chemistry scrub sadly didn’t turn out well for me and that’s when I came across the Ubtan India D Tan scrub and decided to give it a try.
Always having bad hair days because you can’t tame your frizzy hair? Good hair days were a rare occurrence for me too during my early college days thanks to all the frizziness. One of the reasons for my frizz hair was the forever humid climate condition where I live.
A lot of us have to deal with frizzy hair on an everyday basis. There are so many products on the market that claim to tame frizz, but most of them fail badly. If you ever wondered how you can tame your frizzy hair then this post is for you.
I always want to keep trying new moisturizers for my oily skin. A few months ago, I did a small Soultree haul and picked up their Tulsi and Sandalwood Moisturizing gel.
The Aroma Magic Moisturizer I used earlier worked well for me but the incomplete ingredient list made me want to try something else. I have been using the Soultree moisturizer ever since and here is a detailed review on it.
If you are my regular leader, you may already know that I am a huge fan of Skincare Villa’s powder cleansers. I have used their Lavender and Oats Almond variant in the past and keep trying new ones at every chance I get.
So yet again when she launched a new Aloe Cleanser variant, I ordered it right away. Here is my detailed review after using the Skincare Villa Aloe Cleanser for almost a month.
I have chapped lips all around the year. Hence, having a lip balm with which keeps my lips hydrated and moisturized all day is a priority.
So I keep trying on different balms and recently used the Raw rituals Lemon lip butter. Did it live up to my expectations? Check the review below to find out.
Since ages, I had been using the Pears soap for bathing. But as a part of my shift to clean beauty in 2018, I decided to switch to using natural organic soaps.
Who doesn’t love DIYs! After all, they are often cheap, effective and can be customized to fit your personal needs.
The internet is full of amazing DIY skincare and haircare recipes. But the question that always arises is where to source those specific ingredients to make them.