Kitty parties are fun, because they are a monthly getaway from our routine household chores. Most of the times, there are games. Just like you and me, every lady at a kitty party eagerly waits for one thing – Gossip! Sometimes, we have larger issues to discuss such as issues about children, in-laws (of course), husbands and their loud snoring habits and other hilarious incidents from everyday work or home life, wherever we are coming from. Other times, we discuss food, new restaurants, designers, celebrities, cosmetics and sometimes personal care.
A couple of months ago when one of my friends at the kitty spoke about the lasting impressions of one’s face, we started to talk about the importance of having a clean face and how a clean face always makes a good impression on people. One discussion led to another and we found that a common problem among many of us ladies, is acne. While, the others suffer from issues like dry skin, tanning, loss of natural glow, etc.
Acne is a crazy condition that happens when your hair follicles get plugged with oil and dead skin cells. It causes pimples, blackheads, and whiteheads. We talked about the importance of choosing the perfect facewash according to our skin type and conditions, what constitutes a good face wash and how many times in a day should one wash it.
A dermatologist in our kitty said that the collagen in your skin forms the nutritious layer but any form of bacterial or dust penetration makes your skin oily and unbearable. Expensive skin creams may promise collagen but the cleanliness of the surface matters the most. At the end of the day it is important to wash your face at least a couple of times with a face wash which can help with the above.
Hearing our discussion, my mother-in-law jumped into the conversation and mentioned about the Ayurvedic herbs and how those were the only easily available solutions during her youth. She mentioned the anti-oxidant properties of Turmeric and the anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties of Neem and how they should form an essential part of the total face care. Aloe Vera is another natural ingredient that soothes skin and moisturizes skin.
Even in general, when we discuss the idea of personal care and face wash, over 75% people nowadays want something Ayurvedic and natural. Something more organic and not chemically processed products.
I made a note of the things to look for in my facewash – an Ayurvedic facewash with natural ingredients and free of sulphates, parabens, nitrosamine. On one of my many tours to the grocery store I discovered the all new Medimix Ayurvedic Anti-Pimple Face Wash, that claimed to give a pimple-free skin in just 3 days. I purchased it and decided to give it a try with my best friend. And to our surprise, it did give results in just 3 days. The oiliness was gone and the face was clear of white heads and blackheads (I do not have a pimple issue in general). On the other hand my best friend, who is prone to acne and pimples saw their claim come true as she saw her face become free of pimples in 3 days. And now, both of us swear by it.
The Medimix Ayurvedic Anti-Pimple Face Wash has Neem, Turmeric and Aloe vera – the three primary ingredients that I was looking for. It also has Amaya, Lodhra and Manjistha. One facewash packed with 6 natural ingredients, and free from sulphates, parabens and nitrosamine.
Follow just 4 steps and you will have skin that is pimple-free by day 3:
- Apply a small amount on your wet face and neck.
- Massage with your fingertips in circular motion and gently work up lather.
- Rinse thoroughly and pat dry.
- Use twice a day for best results.
Get the all new Medimix Anti-Pimple Face Wash by clicking on this link: https://www.medimixayurveda.com/product/face-wash-anti-pimple-100ml/.
Well next time at the kitty, I know I am going to recommend this facewash to my lady gang and for rest of the time, just keep it simple and talk about my husband’s habit of forgetting important things like reading my blogs.
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