These 5 tips will help take care of your skin before and after the Holi celebrations. Take note.

As the most colorful festival is finally here, it is important to keep skincare in mind as Holi celebrations go beyond dry colors and flower petals. There are synthetic elements in certain colors and of course, we end up using other materials that can have a damaging impact on skin and hair. It is important to keep certain tips in mind to protect the skin and hair before and after the colorful celebrations. It is crucial to keep your skin and hair safe so here are a the top 5 useful and easy tips for pre and post-Holi celebrations.

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Top 5 skin care tips to keep in mind before and after Holi celebrations


Keeping your skin moisturized is the most important step. Apply a gentle moisturizer that keeps you protected from the hazardous effects of colors and the synthetic elements in it. Pick a moisturizer that suits your skin type and helps retain moisture.


You can go for a good water-based toner to maintain the nourishment level for your skin. You can either go for a clinically recommended toner or a herbal one is also a good choice.


Applying oil to your skin and hair before the Holi celebration begins is always a good idea as it helps in getting rid of the colors post celebrations in a much easier way.

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Before the final cleanse regime, go for some homemade scrubbing as it will help in getting rid of the dead skin and the remaining colors post the festivities.


-Finally, use a good cleaner to complete the skincare. Go for a natural mild cleanser and complete the process and thereafter, apply some moisturizer and you are good to go. If there are any eruptions and boils due to any sensitivity, wash it properly and consult a skin care specialist.

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