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Itching, allergies, redness, rough skin, hair fall, and red eyes are these things happening with you as well? I know how much tradition of Holi has changed over time from natural ingredient colors to chemical based one. And these colors cause so much damage to your skin and hair. This happens after Holi with so many people, so here is something that you need to know to revamp yourself.

#1 Use Natural Colors

If you don’t want to let your skin go through the torture of these natural Holi colors then play with natural colors that are made from vegetables, flowers, and natural ingredients. Synthetic colors are so hard that they stay until three to four days.

#2 Moisturize Your Skin

Moisturize your skin as much as possible, because these synthetic colors make skin dry and rough, so if you have moisturized your skin well, color won’t stay for long it will slip out of your skin. You can moisturize your skin using cleansing oil or a simple cleansing balm or cleansing milk. Use denser moisturizing creams and lots of sunscreen on your skin to prevent harm caused by chemicals in Holi colors.

#3 Apply Oil On Your Hair

Oil is beneficial though, and even on Holi, it will protect your hair from harmful hair that may cause hair fall, dry hair. Coconut oil is best for hair oiling as it is lighter than others, and it never allows Holi colors to stay on your hair and scalp as well. This makes hair stronger and more resilient to the damage caused by Holi colors.

Author- Simran Bhatnagar

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