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DIY Hair Mask at Home

Posted by Abhishek Kanjilal on

This lockdown has taught all of us to slow down, take care of ourselves and put some time on our self-pampering. That quick 10 minute coconut oil hair soak just before the shower and those quick shortcut filled with harsh chemical washes, which provided you salon like hair gloss, is all now replaced with long, leisurely hair care which are genuine, true and free from all harshness.   We are in the unlock stage and managing with our safety and beauty together by trying to take care of our skin, hair and beauty by visiting salon as less as possible....

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Blog 58: What motivated us to formulate Alopex Penta

Posted by Ananya Lahiri on

  Balding has become a ubiquitous problem today. Irrespective of the age or gender, many suffer from excessive hair loss resulting into partial or total baldness. Hair play a vital role in one’s appearance, losing hair can quickly make one look much older than his or her actual age. Hair thinning & balding at a young age is a traumatic experience for anyone. Balding directly impacts one’s self-confidence, affecting both professional & personal life. Depression, irritability, staying disconnected from peers, inability to deal with the challenges of life are often associated with early balding.   The onset of excess hair...

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Blog 17: How aromatherapy works?

Posted by Ananya Lahiri on

Aromatherapy is best defined as a complementary discipline of medicine that aims towards offering overall wellbeing using essential oils as healing agents. How aromatherapy works is not a mystery rather a pure science.  The essential oils, the healing agents of aromatherapy work on the body through 3 different pathways. While these pathways are often described as individual processes, in reality, each of the pathway interacts as well as influences the others within the body. Essential oil pathways – how aromatherapy works on the body The cutaneous pathway – through the skin The respiratory pathway – through the membrane of lungs...

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My Scribbles by Keya Seth

Posted by Ananya Lahiri on

This 21-day lockdown can pave the path for a more beautiful world – Keya Seth Couldn’t remember when last time I had seen such blue, clear sky in my City of Joy. The myriad rhythms of life have been keeping me busy and I hardly remember when was the last time I had looked at the sky with the awe of a child.  I have been completely at home since the lockdown has began. Just yesterday, I had to go out to the neighborhood for some essentials. Not away, just a few steps from my home and it was actually...

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Stay Home. Stay Fit with Yoga

Posted by Ananya Lahiri on

As Covid-19 scares the whole world, we are compelled to stay in our houses and limit social contact. But in this difficult situation, your mental health can go down as you keep on digesting the bulletins and news around the nation and world. Thus, it is now even more essential to pay attention to your health to keep your mind and body, both on healthy a track. There is no wrong in staying updated with news right now, but keeping your physical and mental health at their best is more essential now than any other time. While practising good hygiene...

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