Product Review | Vicco Turmeric Cream with Foam Base Facewash

I always talk about how your skin should be an essential part of your life. If you invest well, the results are always fruitful and this phrase applies to your skin regime too. There are oodles amount of new ayurvedic or natural products in the market and obviously, it’s extremely difficult to try each and every product to check what works well on your skin. That’s why we as bloggers review products that we have used and tested so that it’s easier for my readers to decide and use the products accordingly.

After I come back from work all I need is my bed but before that, I make sure that I cleanse my skin and if necessary scrub the dirt away for the day. Let’s take a simple example of your own house, even with windows and doors shut somehow the dust manages to enter and create a mess. Imagine the impurities on your face when you come back home after a long long day. Healthy skin is a reflection of overall wellness.

Coming to new products, we are all familiar with this brand called Vicco. Their jingle is pinned to our head and the moment we hear the brand name anywhere, you know what happens next. Vicco turmeric has been an age-old brand that every generation is aware of. I am sure most of us still use the ancient Vicco Turmeric religiously whenever needed. This summer Vicco has come out with a foam based face wash that removes pimples, blackheads, and skin impurities naturally. It also acts as an effective ayurvedic medicine and helps in healing your skin from rashes, skin infections, and allergies. Finish the cleansing process using Vicco Turmeric Cream for dry skin and Vicco Turmeric WSO Cream for oily skin. This face wash is unisex, unlike other face washes.

According to the brand “Vicco turmeric cream with foam base face wash comes closer to the power of Ayurveda which wards off bacteria and microbes from your skin with every wash.”

The best part about Vicco turmeric cream with foam base face wash is that it’s cruelty-free and vegan. It’s an authentic Ayurveda product. This foam based face wash is enhanced with turmeric extract that deep cleans your face and works as an anti-fungal agent. It clears the pores and impurities that are difficult to remove on daily basis leaving the skin fresh and bright.

The Vicco turmeric cream with foam base face wash retails at Rs. 70 and is available at any nearest store in your city. You can also buy their products online on their Vicco’s Own Estore.

 

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You can also purchase the same on Shopclues and Amazon.  #WashAwayDoubts

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Five Things You Should Know Before Traveling to Fort Kochi

If you are following me on Instagram, you must have noticed that I went on a weekend getaway with my friends to Fort Kochi. All of us did our part of the research on the town to understand the culture and the people.

I decided to jot down five things that you should know about Fort Kochi in case you have plans of traveling to Kochi.

  1. What to pack – Fort Kochi, the fishing village is a small town. Some of the architecture might remind you of Pondicherry but the place isn’t very extravagant outfit friendly. Make sure you carry less revealing clothes like cotton pants or summer dresses that are not too short. Most of the hotels in Kochi & Fort Kochi have a pool, so make sure you carry your swimsuits. Kochi is moderately hot and humid all around the year hence sunscreen and tan removal products are a must pack.
  2. Safety – Make sure you come back to your rooms by 8:30pm because the lanes get darker which makes it unsafe for solo travelers. Not just that but it might get difficult for you to find an auto to head back to where you are staying post 8:30 if you don’t have your own transport. You can always call the hotel reception in case you are stuck somewhere.
  3. Shopping – Most of the things that you will find there are pretty common touristy souvenirs. Jew town and spice market are a must visit for their antiques, conventional Kerala sarees and lungis and Kochi famous spices.
  4. Traveling around Fort Kochi – Autos and Uber are easily available in and around the city. We took a prepaid taxi from the Kochi airport to the town and moved around the village in an auto. There are places from where you can hire bicycles to ride around the town for a very reasonable price.
  5. Food & Drinks – According to Wikipedia and my experience Kerala currently allows alcohol to be served in most hotels, bars, and airports. If you are still unsure about the same, you can always carry alcohol from the city you are traveling from. There are many general stores in case you are looking for nibblies or aerated drinks.

 

Travel does the heart good!!

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What’s In My Make-Up Bag? | Travel Edition 2018

 

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I was away from home for almost a week and was traveling to two different places for two different purposes. Therefore, I had to pack my bag also accordingly. The common thing was the temperature. Weather conditions in both the cities were soaring and the sun was shining brightly & unconditionally.

I tried to pack minimal things and only those that I would actually use but the heat didn’t allow me to experiment with make-up so most of the time I had to keep it simple. I am a beginner in the makeup segment and learning every day. But I try my level best to do a neat work. In the essential pouch, I have the vital requirement for the weather conditions we were going to be in. The face graphic pouch is from Shein and the other one is from Westside.

In the essential pouch, I have some basic personal care products like a sunscreen (obviously), day cream, Kohl/Kajal, travel size perfume, hair ties, hair serum, Anti-Tan face pack (because unfortunately sunscreens never work on my skin), lipsticks and lip balm. Hair serum is necessary for people with frizzy hair because believe me your hair won’t behave at all at that temperature. Coming to the makeup essentials, I was carrying the MyGlam Concealer+Foundation palette, Huda Beauty Eyeshadow, Maybelline Nudes Palette, The Balm Cosmetics’s Highlighter, Makeup Brushes, Mascara and a Contour cream based application. I feel the products that I carry in my travel pouch are more than enough for someone who rarely applies makeup. Also, I do carry a tiny pouch in my handbag too that has a lip tint, perfume, and a compact.

What all do you carry in your makeup pouch/bag? Let me know in the comment section below!

 

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Fearless in White

After an amazing weekend with Satarupa from FashionandFrappes and Raman from HuesofMe, I am on a work trip to Haridwar and now can’t wait to go back home to sleep in peace. More on my amazing weekend getaway coming on this blog.

Well! Look what else I found on Afamado’s site. For the love of white, I am here with a new post featuring Afamado. I just couldn’t get over how elegant and feminine the dress is and obviously had to see it in my wardrobe. Like I mentioned, a girl can never have too many summer dresses especially if it’s as pure as this one. This white dress is not just any other dress, have you even seen the detailing and the uniqueness of this particular dress. When I was a kid, I had a thing for anything that’s a “wrap-around”. I have tops and skirts that had this wrap around operation and finally a dress to boast about. This is all I would love to wear in the dead heat summer.

A white dress is graceful and classic. Anything in white is timelessly stylish. This white dress or any other white dress is an essential. I styled this beautiful dress with a turquoise neckpiece that I recently bought from an Instagram store and a pair of peach heels to add the summer vibe. This was one of those days when I wanted to accessorize well with multiple bracelets and a statement neckpiece.

How would you style this outfit? Would you like to see how I restyle the same outfit in multiple ways?

Let me know in the comment section below or any of my social media.

Photography – Arjun from Arya Photography

Outfit Details –

Dress – Afamado

Heels – StreetStyleStore

Sling – Local Store

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