7 Vows for you, by You

The wedding season is here again, and you must be busy meeting the to-dos on your checklist.  There are countless things to be done whether you are the bride or the bridesmaid, getting your dress right, sorting out invitations, getting the perfect gift, staying within budget, deciding on a photographer and making sure that you still look your best!

It is understandable that amidst the hustle, a temporary quick fix seems more viable than a regular personal care regime. However, self-care is a continuous trial that calls for your patience and commitment, much like relationships. The key to a naturally glowing skin and healthy hair lies in following simple regimes that will benefit you in the long run, even after all the ceremonies have ended.

Before you embark on a new beginning, make 7 simple vows to yourself first. They can make a significant difference to not just how you look but to also how you feel.

Vow 1: Strong Hair, Stronger You

The good old “champi” never gets old. Adding oil to your hair care regime is extremely beneficial because it hydrates, nourishes and boosts hair growth, besides preventing dandruff, infections and hair fall. Treat your hair to a regular massage therapy before going to bed and wash off with a mild SLES Free shampoo the next morning. You can use SoulTree’s intensive Hair Therapy Oil, which is a blend of nutrient-rich Onion Oil, antioxidant-rich Hibiscus, moisturizing Curry Leaves and a fusion of Medicinal Herbs that effectively strengthen your hair.

Vow 2: Do not Forget to Detan

Tan and dirt will easily accumulate on your skin as you repeatedly step out to shop. Gaining a naturally fresh look begins with a good detan regime. You can try our Detan face pack made with Mountain Rose, Lemon Peel and Oats. Use it with pure rosewater or yogurt to heal sunburns, to even-out your skin tone and repair the damages caused by UV rays.

Vow 3: Bring out your Natural Radiance

The best way to work towards a naturally radiant skin begins with ample sleep, detoxification and a night-time skin care regime. Prepare your skin for every occasion with our Radiance Face Oil which reduces blemishes and gives the skin a natural glow with the anti-inflammatory properties of Turmeric and Saffron. Use it every night after thoroughly washing your face to treat hyper-pigmentation, redness and to get a bright even-toned skin.

Vow 4: Nourishment Comes First

A healthy nourishing routine has never disappointed anyone. It can help you look good and feel good through all the ceremonies. Enjoy the benefits of Saffron, Almond Oil, Ashwagandha and Shatavari with our Ayurvedic Nourishing Cream. Apply daily to the face and neck after a thorough cleansing to eliminate blackheads, unclog pores, reduce blemishes and to fight signs of aging.

Vow 5: Say No to Quick Fixes

You can look your natural best without causing any harm to your skin. Embrace the goodness of SoulTree’s Ayurvedic BB Cream that effortlessly blends into your skin, gives you an even-toned look and highlights your features. Enriched with Sandalwood, Licorice, Turmeric and Pink Lotus, it reduces oiliness and hydrates, resulting in an even-toned smooth skin with matte effects.

Vow 6: Get Stronger Lashes

How often do you think about the mascaras that you apply on your lashes? While a regular mascara thickens your lashes and makes them look more dramatic, it can also make them brittle and strip away the moisture. Your eyelashes need generous doses of nourishment that can only come from natural ingredients. Try our Ayurvedic Mascaras, made using Castor Oil, Black Seed Oil and Organic Tea Leaves, which will strengthen your lashes besides making them look natural.

Vow 7: Treat your Lips Well

Your lips always need the essential goodness of natural ingredients. Ensure that the lipshades which you use are made in traditional Ayurvedic formulation and do not dry out your lips. Try SoulTree’s nourishing Lipglosses made using all-natural pigments to deeply moisturize and heal cracks with the help of Sweet Almond Oil, Rose Oil and Wild Honey.

We hope that these vows will be of much help to you, beyond weddings and ceremonies. Living up to them will need some serious and discipline, but so do all good habits that make us better.


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