Product Review- Conscious Food Wholesome bites

  *selected products are certified BRAND CLAIMS: Ingredients List:  Seedmix spicy- seeds of sunflower, sesame, pumpkin, cucumber, watercress, watermelon, charoli, rocksalt, red chilli powder. Puffed fox nut- 100% makhana Banana wafer- banana, black pepper powder & sea salt Description: These power snacks have been made for you to enjoy guilt free munchies. You don’t have to... Continue Reading →

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Product Review – Deep Roots Jute Growbag

BUY THIS FROM AMAZON.IN HERE BRAND CLAIMS: MY EXPERIENCE:  I’m someone who believes in all sorts of scientific, psychological, spiritual & environmental plant theories and can’t stand the absence of plants in my vicinity. After I came to know about the importance of sustainable lifestyle, a few months back, am on the constant look out for eco-friendly alternatives... Continue Reading →

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Wooden Vs Plastic Comb – Why Swap?

We always pay attention to our shampoos n oils but not to combs we use. You may think how a comb that U use hardly for 2 minutes twice a day can matter so much???? Remember the saying “walk of ants can wear out a rock” , the same applies here. Imagine the damage caused... Continue Reading →

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Menstruation taboos unfolded – Science/Tradition

I’m happy about the whole stigma around menstruation easing out day by day and campaigns about menstrual hygiene doing the rounds. However, Women in India have a lot of restrictions to be followed during the menstruating period. This is common in Hinduism, Islam & Christianity. As per Indian tradition, women are not allowed to visit temples/church/mosques,... Continue Reading →

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Product Review- The Skin Pantry non soap facewash skin smoothie green

  P.S. tried on oily acne prone skin Product details: Ingredients: Pure Aloe Vera, French Green Clay, Organic Jojoba Oil, cold pressed apricot seed oil, Organic Clary Sage Essential Oil and Vitamin E Oil, plant & root extracted preservatives. Description: The heady calming astringent properties of Clary Sage are folded with pure Aloe Vera, organic cold pressed... Continue Reading →

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Why Organic skin care?

These days, We have reached a point where we at least think twice before drinking a Coke/Pepsi but not many of us are aware of the harm caused by toxic chemicals/synthetics in skin care products. The ground rule is very simple, “DONOT PUT ON UR SKIN WHAT U CANNOT EAT!” What we put on our... Continue Reading →

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Heyday Care Sanitary pads – Review

BRAND CLAIMS: Features:   Description: MY TAKE: Regular pads have 90% plastic! They block airflow to the vagina, allow chemicals to enter the bloodstream and increase chances of cervical cancer, UTIs, yeast infections, rashes, allergies and skin sensitivity.   Heyday is a range of sanitary pads that claims to change the narrative with its completely... Continue Reading →

Chennai Soap Company Lavender cold processed soap – Review

*tried on dry skin BRAND CLAIMS: MY EXPERIENCE: I am more of a soap person & an ardent lover of handmade soaps to be specific(not the commercial synthetic/chemical laden ones). The only times I use a shower gel is when I travel. I recently came across a lovely brand CHENNAI SOAP COMPANY that exclusively makes... Continue Reading →

Skincandy Cleopatra Soap – Review

*tried on dry skin BRAND CLAIMS: Ingredients list: Olea Europaea (Olive) Fruit Oil, Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil, Oryza sativa (Rice Germ) Oil, Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea) Butter, Mangifera Indica (Mango) Seed Butter, Argania Spinosa Kernel (Argan) Oil, Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba) Seed Oil, Ricinus Communis (rice bran) Seed Oil, colloidal oatmeal, Rhassoul clay, kaolin clay. **Free from palm... Continue Reading →

Stately Essentials Cream Nut Soap – Review

*tried on dry skin BRAND CLAIMS: MY EXPERIENCE: Am always a soap person which I have made evident in my previous reviews. This is a cold processed soap that I received as a part of wowbox from Pikreview Official. Stately Essentials is a new brand whose pricing range is quite ecocnomical in the natural category.... Continue Reading →

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