I have always had thick long hair without any hairfall issues since childhood, thanks to regular oil champis my mom used to do every Sunday night. But when I entered college I started blow drying and ironing and did not oil my hair anymore.
And within a year my hair became a dry frizzy mess. I started oiling again and switched to Tresemme climate control shampoo and conditioner and within months my hair was back to its original state (or so I thought due to the silicone effect).
I had been using it for almost 5 years and was happy with it until I read about the effects of sulfates and other chemicals on hair and decided to switch to another shampoo. My search finally narrowed down to Bon Organics Aloe Vera Shampoo.
I am not really a follower of beauty or fashion trends. So while the world was going crazy with sheet masks and the 10 step K-beauty skincare, I stood loyal to my homemade face packs for the great wonders it has done to my skin. Then one day I read an article about the Clean Beauty trend taking over the beauty industry in the west and a little research later, I was convinced to replace my most trusted products for good.
CTM is the basic step in every skincare routine. I have read about it a thousand times yet never followed through. I just thought toners were a thing of the past and with all these advanced facewashes we have, a complete unnecessity.
After various futile attempts at controlling oiliness, I thought maybe this step is what’s missing from my routine. I went ahead and purchased Bonsoul Witch Hazel distillate since I heard witch hazel is good for oily skin and here’s my experience after using it for over a month now.
A good base is essential for flawless foundation application’-This is something I always knew yet never followed until 6 months ago and Boy! I was impressed. Initially, I used to apply aloe vera gel as a base and although it helped the foundation go on smoothly, it did not help the foundation to stay longer. Hence I decided to buy a makeup primer and purchased Pac Zero Pore Separation Cream in the shade 02 since I heard good reviews about PAC Primers.
I have never bought dry shampoos before and always used to dust some talc powder for that emergency circumstances. I was browsing the Bon organics Instagram page when I found this organic dry shampoo and decided to give it a try.