It’s the last day of year 2017 and another brand new year 2018 is knocking at door. 2017 has been a year full of some bitter, sad, fruitful, and happy memory full year and it is going to be end today. Let’s say goodbye with smile and Welcome 2018 with cheers.
Festive season is in full swing now and wedding season will also start in India. Many of you will be searching for moisturizing body lotions and soaps for winters. Therefore, today I am going to review a soap from Yardley London. I have already reviewed a body lotion of same variant here do check it out. .
I like pantanjali soap bars because they are not only cheap but also also herbal and effective. I have used a few and have shared my experiences here with you all. Today’s pick is also a bar soap from Patanjali called Somya Haldi Chandan.
Hope you all are doing well and enjoyed reading my posts. I am constantly writing about cheap but good products and expensive but dud products. I like Patanjali soaps and I am always in search of good quality product without spending a bomb. Today I am going to review another bar soap from Patanjali called Neem Kanti soap. This one has neem as its main ingredients.
I was looking for a brush to clean my back and bought this without seeing that it is dry brush. I thought that it will be a waste of money as I was not aware of the benefits of dry brushing. When recently I read an article on dry brushing techniques and benefits I thought why not try this out with the dry brush I accidently bought. Read on to know more about how it performed.