Hello everyone! Don’t let this lockdown wear you down. Here are a few recipes of homemade face packs/masks that you can make from ingredients that you will find on your kitchen shelf. Nothing like self care and self love to lift up your spirits during these testing times! Don’t worry, this too shall pass. Until then, pamper yourself!
Pro tip: Leave any face pack/mask on your skin for 20 minutes, and wash off with lukewarm water.
Cow ghee is a semi-liquid form of butter without water content, lactose, and other milk solids. It is prepared by gently heating butter until it becomes a clear golden liquid. It is light & pure, and does not become rancid for a long time. Cow ghee is sweet in taste, cold in nature, and has a sweet after-taste. (Source: American Journal of Drug Delivery & Therapeutics).
Cow ghee is effective in crossing the Blood Brain Barrier, due to which it is helpful in treating mental disorders. The regular consumption of cow ghee is known to enhance functions of the brain, such as memory, wisdom, and intellect. In addition, ghee promotes longevity and reproductive fluid, due to which its regular consumption is highly beneficial for children as well as the elderly. The regular intake of desi cow ghee increases appetite and provides relief from abdominal discomfort and constipation. It also significantly reduces the redness and burning sensation in the eyes.
For centuries, it has been a common practice among several Indian families to consume a homemade kaadha during winters, monsoons, as well as during the changing of seasons to boost the immunity of the entire family, as the likelihood of developing colds, coughs, and other infections during these periods is high.
In this article, we are sharing a simple yet highly effective kaadha recipe with you, which can be consumed by people of all ages, including children. It is one of the precautions you can take, along with your family, in preparation for this deadly pandemic.
So much has been written about blackheads, why they occur, and how to treat them at home. In this article, we will speak not only about the cosmetic methods of treating blackheads, but also certain diet and lifestyle changes that will prevent their recurrence.
Blackheads are those small black irritating spots that appear most commonly on the nose and chin areas. They are also sometimes found on the back, arms and behind the ear. If left untreated, they can become the cause of acne or pimples.
Carrier oils are oils that are used to dilute essential oils, such as lavender oil, tea tree oil, lemongrass oil, citronella oil, etc. and other skin nourishing oils, such as orange oil, neem oil, lemon oil, rose hip oil, etc. as they cannot be applied directly onto the skin owing to their high concentration. The direct application of such oils on the skin can sometimes result in adverse effects. Also, essential oils tend to have a very strong fragrance, which is offset with the usage of a carrier oil for treatments such as aromatherapy massage and other skin care & skin nourishing treatments.
You keep hearing or reading these terms all over the internet, especially social media – exfoliate, exfoliator, face scrub, and the like, and wonder what are these products? This article is going to answer this question for you as well as explain why the usage of these products is an important ritual in your weekly skin care routine. So, let’s jump right into it!
What is exfoliation or scrubbing?
2019 has indeed been a very eventful and profitable year for Barva Skin Therapie, thanks to the constant love & appreciation from our distributors, and the various platforms through which we have had the opportunity to reach you 🙂
In this newsletter, we would like to share with you the story of our journey during this joyful year, and how we have grown not only as a brand, but also had the privilege of meeting new people, serving the community, and contributing to environmental conservation.
With so many shades of lipsticks in the market, it can be a daunting task for some to choose the correct shade for their skin color. In this article, we will tell you about the three broad categories of skin colors, and which lipstick shades are best suited to them.
The color of the skin can be broadly classified into three categories – fair, medium, and dark. It is recommended for you to choose your lipstick based on the color of your skin, as well as the colors of outfits that you generally wear. Any mismatch can end up making you look either too dressed up or too dramatic. In some cases, when people with dark skin use very light or neutral lipstick shades, the shades don’t seem to show at all or impart a very ashy look to the lips.
Earlier, highlighting and contouring was a skill that was possessed only by highly professional makeup artists. However, today, there are countless tutorials breaking down the same on social media platforms such as YouTube, IGTV, Instagram, etc. In this article, we will share with you some quick and easy tips for highlighting and contouring, with which you can achieve professional-style makeup on your own in the comfort of your home, without having to spend tons of money on a professional.
Red lipstick has been in vogue for almost a decade. Most makeup artists and experts agree that red is a universal shade for lipstick. What this means is that there is a shade of red lipstick for each and every skin tone. However, finding the right shade that suits your skin tone without making you look and feel overdressed or “loud” is the key. In this article, we break it down for you.
The term SPF stands for Sun Protection Factor. It is a relative measurement of the amount of sun protection that a sunscreen cream or lotion can offer you in terms of shielding your skin against Ultraviolet (UV) rays. It is important to note that SPF is not an ingredient, but a quality of a product, which offers protection against sun damage.
As winter is setting in, you body as well as your skin need nourishment from the harsh weather conditions that cause dry skin as well as the lethargy that generally sets in as a result of cold weather. Moreover, during the winter months, it has also been reported that those suffering from joint pain, injuries, muscular pain, etc. experience greater pain.
THE CARBON FOOTPRINT – WHY HAS BARVA SKIN THERAPIE STARTED CHARGING A SHIPPING FEE FOR SMALL ORDERS?
The advent of online shopping has brought about a lot of convenience in the day-to-day lives of people. However, as human beings, it is important for us to note that each and every activity pertaining to the purchase as well as consumption of the products/goods that we use results in a carbon footprint.
To most people, the terms “dry skin” and “dehydrated skin” sound synonymous. However, when it comes to skin care, these are two totally different concepts! For starters, dry skin is one among the three major skin types (normal, oily, and dry). On the other hand, dehydrated skin is skin that lacks moisture/water. The latter is a skin condition, not a skin type.
All of us believe that a child gives birth to a mother. In this story, not only has the child given birth to a mother, but also to a new product line! Kamakshi Barve, who I believe is a woman with a thousand stories, related a humorous yet touching incident that is experienced by almost every mother of an infant or toddler.
This happened way back in 2008 when Kamakshi was a full-time mother of a son and a daughter who was a toddler. Being a toddler, the little girl explored, touched, and grabbed every little thing she set her eyes on!
The Barva Skin Therapie Renew Bamboo Exfoliator is unique in using Bamboo in its formulation. Given that it’s rich in mineral salts and an excellent source of silica, a compound that has shown to strengthen skin and promote collagen production, Bamboo makes the perfect exfoliation agent.
Hailing from India, our simple beginnings are in a small village called Vita, in the Sangli district of Maharashtra. We converted our small farm in to a Certified Organic one for certified organic produce (safe food) required in the manufacturing of other certified organic inputs.
Being a Non-Profit Organization for farmers, we educate them to grow organic and reap its benefits while working towards a healthy environment, free of harmful chemicals. Cumulatively we are now an Association of Farmers having 150 acres of Organic Farming and Agriculture. Our products and expertise is extended not only in India but globally too.