Hello people! This post will be seeing the light of the day after a long time. LUSHas a brand has always been a fascination for me. A self-proclaimed bath-&-body-products’ addict, as I am, LUSHhas been like a fairyland, wherein I can immerse myself in their distinctive aromas and textures. So when I could get my hands on a couple of products from Lush, I was ecstatic beyond words!
I badly wanted to try LUSH. It was a difficult task to make up my mind about the choice of products. So much so, that I remember spending a few sleepless nights dreaming about the products.:P Imagine my euphoria when I actually got them in hand! I had shared my LUSHhaul on Instagram as well, and Herbalism is the first product from the bunch I’m reviewing. So, this post is really special for me. 🙂
About LUSH Herbalism :
(All information from LUSH UK website)
Nettles, rosemary and rice bran vinegar work to cleanse the skin, removing dirt and grease, leaving bright and beautifully clean skin. Chamomile blue oil and rose absolute are used for balancing skin tone. Rice bran and ground almonds will gently exfoliate the skin and when mixed with water, the almonds create a soft cleansing milk. Our chlorophyllin is extracted from alfalfa, which is rich in vitamins and minerals and is great for revitalising the skin.Read more
Hello people! I had recently shared a simple 2-step skincare routine on my Instagram account. It involves just two products : a powder cleanser-cum-mask, and a moisturizer. Both from a new brand : Suganda. I have been using these for around two weeks now. Not only am I taken aback by their efficacy, but also I’m highly impressed with their aesthetics.
Sugandais a Hyderabad-based brand spearheaded by Bindu Amrutham, who is a natural skincare expert. Her premium skincare brand formulates products with plant extracts infused with essential vitamins.
Bindu suggested me the Neem Green Tea Mask and White Lotus Moisturizer. Both targeted at oily to combination, acne-prone skin types.
About the Brand :
Suganda products celebrate raw and organic ingredients sourced from all over the world, mixed with essential oils for a refreshingly natural fragrance…
Their products are free from toxic chemicals
such as Parabens, Triclosans, Artificial Musks, Phthalates, SLS, SLES, PPD, Petroleum Jelly, and Silicones. Read more
Hey everyone! Hope you enjoyed the long weekend. 🙂 Well I sure had an eventful Sunday that I shared with you in my Sunday Diaries. Caught up with the long-awaited Baahubali 2 : The Conclusion and did some store hopping at the Quest Mall. In my previous post I was talking about the amazing gifting options at the Kama Ayurveda boutique. So it was only natural that I picked up one myself. 😛
The gift box that I picked up has “signature essentials for women”, with a very pretty floral theme. The box itself looks absolutely feminine and sophisticated. I must say I love the way this box looks, so it was rather tempting to click some pictures. 🙂 You don’t have to deal with a lot of mindful rambling in this post, just plain pictures and a little information. 😀 So go ahead, check out the snaps. If you’ve not yet been to any store of Kama, hopefully you will get an idea of their extensive gifting options too!