Natural deodorant is a niche item—after all, the jury is still out on whether aluminium, the active ingredient in several “big brand” deodorants and antiperspirants, is harmful to your health.
And since they’re often more expensive than the “big brands” available in retail stores, it’s a tough challenge to explore this niche category. But a lot of people really prefer to use only natural products.
Raw Beauty Wellness is one of the best indie beauty finds in the sustainable skincare market. After reading so many good reviews on their products, I decided to purchase the Raw Beauty Neemoi Daily Face Wash Powder along with the Lip Lock Lip Balm (reviewed here).
Raw beauty has 3 different variants of powder cleansers and Neemoi is suitable for oily skin. Hence I decided to go with it.
I am always on the hunt for affordable and natural lip balms that help keep my chapped lips moisturised. And this time I found an organic tinted lip balm in the form of Raw Beauty Lip Lock made with natural pigments.
This lip balm is also one of the most affordable of all organic and zero waste lip care options in India. But does it perform well though? Read on to find out.
The biggest plastic waste generated in our personal care routine is probably from our shower routine. Those empty shampoo and conditioner bottles can pile up faster than we can expect and are pretty hard to reuse too.
For the better part of 2018, I had been using powder cleansers in my AM and PM routine and loving it too. But with the onset of summers, the powder cleansers seemed to be insufficient for PM routine.
So I decided to pick up a face wash again and went with Greenie Mill’s Seabuckthorn & Pink Lotus Facewash. I was spoiled for choice between this and Soultree’s Nutgrass face wash and ended up buying this one due to a discount offer from the brand.