Friday, 30 October 2020

Feel the Difference with Vasu Kumkumadi


Changing my field of profession and turning into a Makeup Artist has given me sufficient insights about my skin and the skin regime that rotates around it. 


Choosing the right product according to my skin type and being disciplined in using them on a daily basis has been one of the most satisfying experiences ever. 


And this change doesn’t come overnight. It comes with time, with consistency and discipline. These factors become crucial especially when you are in your 30’s (at least for me). 


Exfoliating your skin once or twice in a week is something all of us should religiously do. Then what is it that resists us from doing it? Sometimes, it’s the lack of knowledge about the right product. And other times it’s sheer laziness which stops us from doing it. 


And because of this we end up using a product that has harsh granules that don’t do the job and leaves the skin irritated, red and dry. End result? We eventually stop doing it in the first place! 


Bur we don’t want that, do we?


So recently, while searching from the plethora of products available in the market, one such product that I came across is the Vasu Kumkumadi Tailam Sugar Scrub- Age Revitalizing. 



It’s extremely mild and has soft granules that instantly blends into your skin and feels soft like a fur. This gentle exfoliating scrub eliminates dirt, removes sebum and unclogs pores, leaving your skin smooth and shiny as silk. 


The Vitamin E acts as an anti-oxidant by neautralising free radicals, hence preventing ageing leaving the skin soft and supple. 


We all know how bad is sugar for our skin when we consume it orally. While at the same time, the same sugar when applied on the skin in various forms does wonders. 


Isn’t that ironic? 


Sugar scrubs are a blessing for people with an oily or a combination skin as it not only cleanses the skin but also help in reducing the black and white heads. 


Pro tip here is always top off your skin with a face pack after you use a scrub. Any scrub for that matter. Apply the face pack after exfoliating your skin and see the instant visible difference in your skin. 


The Vasu Kumkumadi having 40 years of Excellence, know their forte. The texture of the scrub is so soft that it immediately melts into the skin providing intense moisturisation, being gentle yet effective at the same time. Enriched with the power of 22 herbs, it works wonders in reducing fine lines and wrinkles. 


In times, when everything is coming at our doorstep from the rest of the world, Vasu Kumkumadi scrub is a made in India product and goes to 40 countries round the globe! Isn’t that a moment of pride? 




While everything else is fine, but nothing beats the ease of buying the products online. So you can simply buy it from Amazon or directly from the Vasu Store to make your purchase and start noticing the remarkable difference in your skin, just like I did. 


Cheers 



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