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  1. TIME FOR THANKSGIVING TO YOUR DAD

    Father's day is just around the corner! And it is a day of honoring fathers, brothers, uncles, or any important father figure person in our life. This is the day to celebrate the selfless contribution of the father or any person in our life. Fathers are the backbone of a household. They work hard day and night to earn a livelihood, build a safe and comfortable home to take the utmost care of the family. Even so, receive less recognition and appreciation.

    Father is the person who shows fewer emotions in the family but supports the most. Dads are like a pillar and roof for the children

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  2. Raksha Bandhan: A Knot For an Everlasting Bond of Love and Protection

    Are you also filled with zest and enthusiasm to celebrate Raksha Bandhan or “Rakhi”, one of the most awaited festive occasions in India? Rich in art, culture and traditions, India is known worldwide as the land of festivals and celebrations. From Holi to Diwali; the same goes with Raksha Bandhan, everyone is geared up to celebrate it with full fervor with their loved ones around. When you grow up sometimes you are with your siblings and family and sometimes not, but whenever you walk down the memory lane of your life, your mind is stroked with all those moments you have spent in childhood in the companionship of the siblings.

    Turning the pages of your photo albums with glimpses of the happy and unforgettable times, you slowly slip into those special memorable day

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  3. PRE AND POST HOLI - SKIN AND HAIR CARE

     

    PRE AND POST HOLI - SKIN AND HAIR CARE

    Holi is one of the most awaited vibrant festivals of India. With food and friendship, dancing and singing, the mischief and masti, it is a time to celebrate your bonds and welcome the spring with cheer and optimism. But the melee of colors sprayed and splashed in enthusiasm can sometimes be harsh for our skin. Especially those with sensitive skin can erupt with rashes, itching, breakouts, allergies, scalp irritations, inflammation and discoloration.

    Holi colours were traditionally made from herbs and spring flowers; in fact, such colours also had therapeutic value. But now, unfortunately chemicals and industrial dyes have slowly replaced flowers and herbs.

    Artificial chemicals can make skin

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