Skin Care Routine With Wild Organica Home

Lavender is one of my most favourite flowers. It’s famous for its therapeutic qualities and is widely grown in European countries. The Indian weather doesn’t support lavender plantation, and that’s one reason why I turn to products that are likely to have it as an ingredient. Such as Wild Organica Home’s lavender-infused products handcrafted with care. With the CTM kit, you also get the skin repair serum. (A Must Have) Wild Organica Home’s diverse catalogue of 100% organic products is an elixir for those seeking to naturally enhance their beauty. Here’s a bunch I tried and loved:

Wild Organica Home

Lavender Infused “2 in 1” Face Cleansing Pack:

Loaded with the finest natural ingredients, this finely-milled powder is my go-to for effective face cleansing. This green, powdery, delicately suggestive composite is a blend of high-grade clays and additional active ingredients. The mixture totally smells and feels like clay and that does it for me! (all smiles) Kaolin and Rhassoul Clay draw out the toxins and remove excess sebum, wherein, other ingredients such as the lavender essential oil, oats, almond, basil, Spirulina etc work together to make skin supple and bright. Even though you do get an instant glow, after applying the face pack, I’d say, use this cleansing pack regularly for over 2 weeks for noticeable results. To apply, make a smooth paste of the cleansing powder by adding a few drops of toner and a few drops of water to it. Apply evenly on your face and let it dry. Wash after 30-minutes with lukewarm water or wipe with a hot towel. To conclude the face care ritual, I apply Wild Organica’s face cream and let my skin have a great day.

Quantity: 60 Gms | Price: INR 450

Wild Organica Home’s Face Cream:

I quite like WOH’s face cream that comes in a soft white creamy texture and absorbs quickly into the skin. Lovely fragrance too! This exceptionally soothing and hydrating face cream is infused with the goodness of a myriad of high-performance ingredients including Aloe vera gel, Grapeseed oil, lavender oil, tea tree oil, rose oil, Tamanu and jojoba essential oil. I apply it twice a day and would recommend the same to everyone. In just about a week’s time of using this face cream, my facial skin is softer than ever. Most importantly, WOH’s nourishing face cream helps heal skin pores and its continuous use results in a smooth, hydrated, and resurfaced skin.

Skin Repair Serum:

Skin repair serums are my ideal picks when it comes to 100% organic products. There’s one for each problem. AND the best serums always work! Having said that, Wild Organica Home’s skin repair serum is the one that you must definitely try this year. This handcrafted potent formulation is a liquid comprising high densities of skin actives, that penetrate more profoundly than moisturisers. Due to their great potency, an organic serum makes the most dependable means of fixing special skin concerns. WOH’s skin repair serum is infused with a combination of hydrating antioxidants, such as Rosehip seed oil, rich in Vitamin A, that brightens the skin. It’s only been a week that I have been using this serum and I have already begun to notice a substantial difference in the overall texture of my facial skin. Very happy with the product.

Quantity: 10 ML | Price: INR 550

Lavender-Infused Face Toner:

Last but not least, I am also using WOH’s lavender-infused Hydrosol (face toner) who’s pH closely matches that of human skin. That’s how toners work actually. I like this face toner because it smells great, absorbs quickly into the skin and leaves me feeling refreshed. All I have to do is, spritz-spritz. Alternatively, you could use a cotton swab to cleanse your skin with it.

Quantity: 50 ML | Price: INR 200

By and by, my facial skin is having a great time using Wild Organica Home’s wonderful natural products. If you haven’t been nourishing your face as much; now would be the right time, to make time for yourself, and to upgrade your skincare routine.

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    Veidehi Gite is a multi-award-winning luxury travel and lifestyle blogger who documents her experiences through Krazy Butterfly, a mindful journal for curious travellers. She enjoys travelling and photographing anything new and interesting. Read her articles to get inspired, to take on that trip you have been planning for a while.

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