Holi is around the corner and we are all well prepared to unleash the madness. This is definitely the most exciting festival for most of us. It marks the beginning of the spring season and happiness for many. We all have different ways of celebrating Holi, some like o play with ‘Gulaal’ whereas some use inorganic colours which can be harmful for the skin. These inorganic colors and toxic and one must avoid using such colours, after all the sole purpose of his festival to spread love and happiness. So, we must promise each other a safe Holi and a perfect celebration in one of the best Holi party places.
Harmful effects Of Holi Colours
The dry “gulaal” and the wet colours of today are not derived from natural sources. They contain chemicals, shiny particles of mica and even lead, which not only irritates the skin, but collects on the scalp too. These colours are sold in bulk and for cheap as compared to the colours which are organic and are good in quality. The inorganic colours can cause rashes on the skin, cuts on the skin, scalp allergies, irritation in the eyes, ear infection, lungs infection and what not. So must make sure to check what colours is it that you are playing Holi with.
Pre-Holi Skincare and essentials
Before you hit the big Holi party you must remember to do a bit of skin care. Firstly, use a sunscreen on your face to avoid the tan and patchy dry skin post Holi celebrations. Secondly, you must also put a transparent nail varnish on your nails to avoid colorful nails. Thirdly, take a good quantity of coconut oil and rub it on your entire body to avoid rashes or any allergies. You must also rub a good quantity on your scalp. Oil also helps to get rid of the colours easily. Another important factor is to carry a water bottle with you all the time, some medicines and a plastic airtight mobile pouch.
Now comes the most difficult part, which is cleaning. To begin with do the basic cleaning with water and a cleanser, remember to moisturize your skin properly. If there is itching, add two tablespoons vinegar to a mug of water and use it as a last rinse. This helps reduce itching. However, if the itching continues, and there is rash and redness, there may be an allergic reaction to the colour. Consult a doctor as soon as possible. These are basic post Holi skin-care; make sure you wash your eyes and ears as soon as colours come in contact with them. You must take a proper care for a fun Holi.
To have a fantastic celebration you must find out where is it that you which to celebrate Holi. You can either organize a fantastic party of your own in a banquet hall, you can explore various banquet halls for organizing the craziest party.
We, @VenueMonk want you to have the best Holi, and listed above are some of the hearty suggestions for all our native friends and families. We wish you a very Happy Holi and we pray you have the safe and the exciting celebration.