The festival of colours is upon us, and if you’re wondering how to celebrate Holi this year without destroying your skin and hair, we’ve got that sorted for you.
I have always enjoyed playing Holi and loading up all the yummy Holi inspired food. But over the years, my skin has started reacting to the chemicals used in the colour powders. The breakouts after playing Holi are just not worth the few hours of fun. Not to mention the hours I spend rubbing the colour off my skin afterwards; it takes away all the fun of the festival. We know how much kids love playing Holi – the colours, balloons and the madness that follows. But they have such sensitive skin so why expose them to harsh chemical colours that can ruin their skin. They can enjoy the festivities with organic colours just as much!
This Holi ditch the chemical-laden colours and can get your fix of organic colours and gulaal for a fun, yet safe Holi.
Organic and beautiful- both for the skin and the environment. Celebrate the festival the right way!
Made from all-natural ingredients, Phool Organic Gulaal is easy to wash and does not leave any permanent stains.
My Pooja Box
Organic gulal and a swastik- what a deal! Check out their website for more amazing buys!
This Holi opt for herbl gulal, which will be non-harmful to your skin and safe too. They come in so many exciting colours- Buy now!
These eco-friendly Holi colours are made from recycling temple flowers by mixing with other non-toxic ingredients.
Made with rose, pomegranate peel and beetroot, no better way to show your friends and family you love them than with TWF’s non-toxic pink colour! They have other colour options as well.
The Holi Box contains 100% Natural Holi Colours made up of flowers and vegetables in 4 vibrant shades along with a Story Book: Amma tell me about Holi. The colours are naturally fragrant and there is no use of any chemicals making it gentle on the skin and completely safe for children.
Abeer Natural Holi Colours
These Organic Holi colours are so natural that you can get away with eating them as well. These are 100% edible and safe for kids. You won’t mind your toddler playing with these holi colours.