Holi is festival of colors and brings people close to each other. It is celebrated on the full moon day in the month of Phalgun which is the month of March. Holi was traditionally played by making colors from flowers. However, during Holi demand for color are very high and some unscrupulous traders mix chemical dyes to base material. These harsh chemicals in Holi colors can cause itching and rashes.
Some of safety measures to be adopted for celebrating safe Holi are following.
- Skin Safety for Holi Celebration
- Safety of Children
- Safety of Women
- Safety of Environment
- To save your teeth from hard-to-remove stains from colored dyes, wear dental caps.
- Discourage your children to play Holi with eggs, mud or gutter water. Never turn a blind eye to such unclean ways of celebration.
- People take advantage of women on the pretext of coloring them. Ensure women or ladies play Holi only with close friends and family. Be with a group that doesn’t take advantage of you.
- Celebrating an Eco-Friendly Holi not only saves Nature but also saves you from Harmful Effects of Chemical Colors. It is the duty and responsibility of one and all to celebrate an eco-friendly Holi and save Nature.
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Wish you all a Happy, colorful & Safe Holi