Natural ways to remove Holi colors from your skin!

Holi, a beautiful festival of colors. I know we all love playing with color but when the day ends and we all done with playing with color. We are just worried about one specific thing,”How do I get rid of this color now?” but now you can get rid of these colors at home with very basic and natural ways. I hope you have not played with chemical colors. Holi without colors, water balloons, pichkari, etc., is just no fun. You may buy natural and herbal colors, but other people around you may not be so conscious about the quality of colors they use. Synthetic colors can cause rashes, itchy patches and dryness. Holi has its repercussions also on the skin and hair. Not only does it rob away all the moisture from your skin but also due to the damaging effect of the strong sun and chemical colors your skin may start peeling off. It may feel stretched and you may experience extreme dryness. The underlying secret of a post-Holi bath is to nourish and moisturize the body and what better way to do it than to adopt natural ingredients and the goodness of Mother Nature. Here are wonderful and natural scrubs/mask that will help you remove the remnants of the nasty Holi colors as well as nourishes. So, while you have fun with the colors we have already found these mask/scrubs to protect your skin. Check this out:

Banana

Now, Banana is supposed to be as one of the best homemade or natural ingredient in order to remove those colors from your skin. You can simply mash a banana in a bowl and add two spoons of milk and honey into it and mix them well. Apply the pack everywhere there is color on the skin and allow it to dry. After around 45 minutes, scrub the pack off with the help of mildly warm water. Since the pack is home-made and natural, you can apply it as couple of times more until the color is gone.

Aloe Vera

This is something miracle, trust me! Aloevera already bring in a lot of properties by itself. It will help you in glowing skin. So, you can simply wash your face with water. After washing, apply lemon juice and Aloevera on cotton and wipe it on your face. This solution will help you get rid of dry colors on the skin. To remove paint from the skin, soak cotton in coconut oil and wipe it all over your face. Wash if you feel excessively greasy or oily on the face.

For washing the color off your hair, use a mild herbal shampoo or a homemade one. Soak shikakai, reetha and amla or Indian gooseberry overnight, boil and strain it in the morning and you have a very good shampoo ready. If you had already applied oil on your hair before playing with colors, it would not be too difficult to wash the colors off.

One important thing is, you should never use cold water to remove the Holi colors. If you do so then you will simply end up being in trouble as the color will remain on your skin it would be quite difficult for you to remove the color. This might take 1-2 days to complete remove those colors.

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