Lay & Aura Sandal, Nagchampa and Jasmine Soaps

During my recent vacation in Goa, in our hunt to get souvenirs at reasonable price, we stumbled upon a shop near Baga which were literally thronged by foreigners mostly Russians and British, who I came to know were regulars each year. The shop had variety of things to buy, hand fixed price and honestly the best price around. Most of the shops were charging way too much even from us Indians too. 
When I was looking around the store for things to buy, what I noticed that many Russians had these very rustic and organic looking packages literally in bunches in their shopping basket. I could not peep into their baskets to figure out what they were. But, my initial thoughts were, may be they were incense. Anyone would have thought so as, the whole shop was smelling of a mix of sandalwood and flowers. At last, I could stop these heaps at a corner and only then I came to know that these were soaps and so strong are their scents that the whole shop were smelling of these.

Jivavrksa Herbal Face Pack Review

I am a face pack on and chill kind of a person, more so in the summer when a different kind of skin problem starts to creep in, as soon as spring is done playing peek-a-boo with me. The darned skin starts to get oily, starts to accumulate dust and dirt like a little girl collecting shells at the sea shore, and also starts befriending enemies in the name of acne, skin irritation due to heat and sweat and sensitivity due to scorching sunshine. By the way this time of the year is not probably the best time to follow what Helen Keller said, 
'Keep your face to the sunshine and you cannot see the shadows. It's what the sunflowers do.'
You better keep that pretty face covered, taken care of, or else you would have to deal with a different kind of shadow altogether, if you know what I mean.

Jivavrksa Herbal Hair Wash Review

Jivavrksa Herbal Hair Wash Review

Jivavrksa has only handful of products all natural, organic, hand made and chemicals free. I have already posted about their face wash which I am quite enjoying. Today I am going to share my thoughts on their hair wash. This is no shampoo and is a mix of herbs which supposedly cleanses hair and scalp. Basically this is belongs to the no poo technique of hair wash.

Sebamed Anti-ageing Q10 Lifting Eye Cream Review

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Cannot believe I am finally writing about this. And I could finally get out of my "will put out a post tomorrow for sure" phase. This is so long over due guys like since last year long! I have been using this eye cream since last year, yes since November mid if I can recall correctly. And this tube is finished already long time ago. I am saving it to put up on an empties post, if I do not get into that lazy  "will put out a post tomorrow for sure" phase again.

Yves Rocher Quelques Notes d'Amour shower gel

Yves Rocher Quelques Notes d'Amour shower gel

Recently I tried Yves Rocher products for the first time with their Sebo Vegetal line and I just loved them. During my purchase I did also buy this shower gel, and for all the right reasons. Firstly, I need a new one, previous one got over. And secondly, this is paraben free and has 98% natural ingredients. 

JivaVrksa Herbal Face Wash Review

I am sure all of you, including yours truly here behind this post, have our favorite "take the day off" cleanser. The one you trust with your whole heart and soul to get rid off makeup, dirt, grime, mascara, Kohl and what not by the end of the day, after you retire at home in your favorite pj with your favorite show to binge watch. Currently for me, that show is Orange is the new black. My God I am addicted and don't know why I took this long to start on it. 

But, do you have a "take the night off" cleanser? Or you just use the same cleanser twice? Do you really need that heavy duty cleanser at morning when your skin is renewed from overnight skincare and a gentle mild one is just enough to give you a fresh feeling.