With Holi right around the corner, it’s time to get your skincare and haircare essentials to save you from the damage that the colours will do to your skin. The synthetic chemicals used in the colours cause severe skin irritation, redness, and burning, as well as frizziness in the hair. To help you with this massive issue, we have curated a list of products that will surely help you to take care of your skin and hair in an easy way.

Take a look at some of the best ones available out there.



Etude House’s Vitamin C Gel Cream will give you the hydration that your skin needs post-shower. It lightly moisturises and takes care of dark spots, as it is loaded with Vitamin C to brighten your skin and boost it with antioxidants to fight free radicals and environmental stressor.


The Body Shop’s Tea Tree Oil skincare and body care range is ideal for the season of colours. Enriched with antibacterial tea tree oil, these products will help you to cleanse out the post-Holi skin irritation and help you achieve that healthier-looking skin.



For all your hair care needs, The Tribe Concept has introduced a 90 Day Miracle Oil. This extra virgin black sesame oil infused with hibiscus, fenugreek and gooseberry. It’s an excellent treatment for all your hair woes. A day before, apply this oil and you’re good to go.


After long hours of playing Holi and being exposed to the sun, this De-Tan Kit with Activated Charcoal from Bombay Shaving Company will deep cleanse and de-tan your face while unclogging pores and the cleanser will act as an antibacterial agent to avoid infections.



Phy’s cleanse duo is enough to wash out that colour residue after playing with colours. This combo comes with a refreshing body wash and after-sun recovery scrub that is enough to bring back your supple smooth skin.


Vedix offers customised products for haircare, skincare, and wellness for both, men and women by leveraging the power of AI and analytics and by using centuries-old Ayurveda secrets to help you maintain your beauty from inside out. A one-place stop for all your concerns.

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