Go Cruelty Free, Go Banjara’s

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Banjara’s name is not new to women. It has been one of the favorite household names for as long as anyone can remember. They were among the first few who introduced the mud packs with variants (multani mitti) to the women kind followed by their all-time hit Henna Powder.

I still distinctively remember what an ardent fan I was of their Multani Mitti range – papaya and sandalwood variants were my favorite. They have literally kept me blemish free all through my teens and twenty-somethings. And now after all these years to their products don’t cease to impress me. Now that they have expanded their product range and cater to a wider group with a variety of products, I couldn’t be much happier!

 

The weekend is the family time for us and Personal Care is one thing we take very seriously at home. Pampering, nourishing and a lot of relaxing happens so we can be all prepared to start the Monday afresh! But pampering self and family with just anything is not what makes it right!

 

Products that are clean with no harmful substances, no chemicals and no ingredients that are in any way in a clash with nature are what we prefer. But for this, we haven’t struggled like you imagined!

 

The majority of our Personal Products are from Banjara’s – skincare and hair care, plus they are worth every rupee spent.

 

Ever Wonder Why Banjara’s is a favorite brand to many?

 

Banjara’s is one of the few brands that is listed under PETA’s cruelty-free companies.

They do not use any animal ingredients in any of their products.

 

These two reasons were good enough for us to get products from them for the entire family. They are not only safe but also made with care! Cruelty to animals and nature is not beauty!

 

And honestly, we are glad we did. Here are some of our favorite products from them –

cruelty free

 

Brazilian Black (Black henna)

This hair mask not only Colors the hair to perfection but also has no side effects like other hair colors do. With hair fall and hair breakage being the main concerns when one colors hair, this hair mask cares and nourishes the hair while it colors, minimizing the hair fall and other concerns. This is one of the best herbals hair masks available at the moment if you are looking for color and care in one!

 

Face Wash (Multani + Orange)

With the Goodness of Multani and Orange, this face wash comes with the added benefits. It not only cleanses the skin without ripping the skin of its natural oils, it gently cleans and imparts a healthy glow with every use. Highly recommended for the dull looking skin!

 

Face Pack (Multani + Papaya)

After face was, the face pack has to be one of their best products. While Multani gently cleans the skin, unclogging the pores; papaya imparts a healthy glow to the tired and dull looking skin. Plus, Multani is known for its skin tightening properties, so get an instant face lift with this mask.

This is also one of the best face packs for troubled skin.

 

Hair Oil (Samvridhi)

Made with the amalgamation of Ayurvedic herbs, this hair oil nourishes the hair from the roots and promotes the hair growth.

 

 

While there are much more to try, here are the products we have been using lately. And like I said, Face Pack is my all time favorite. So make sure to give it a try!

 

 

With some many benefits and at inexpensive prices, it’s no wonder Banjara’s is one of the favorite Herbal brands at the moment. Plus, their approach to beauty using the love of nature shows their quality and efficacy of their products.

 

 

Does one need more reasons to love Banjara’s?

 

Want to try before you buy?

Go here – Get a Sample from Banjara’s

 

Which product has been your favorite from Banjara’s? Do you prefer Cruelty-free products and brands for all your beauty needs?

 

Connect with the brand –

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/banjarasherbalsindia

Twitter: https://twitter.com/BanjarasHerbal

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/banjarasherbal

 

 

 

Much Love
Sangy

 

 

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