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.
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.
Holi is a festival of colors which generally falls on a full moon in March. Holi is celebrated with vibrant colors – these color are actually colors of joy, colors of love and colors that fill our life with happiness to the core of our hearts. It adorns each life with its various hues. Holi gifts play a significant role to make the recipient feel special. But in such case, you should come up with the best and most suitable gift item.
Make your holi safe and joyous
Following tips and points helps you to celebrate this holi safe and joyous.
Natural Colors: Buy colours from a reputed shop or vendor.The best option would be to play with natural home made colors. Your skin and hair will feel tampered with the use of skin friendly natural products.
Say No to harmful chemicals: Gaudy purple, green, yellow, orange have more harmful chemicals in them and should be avoided.Use colors like red or pink which looks good and can easily taken off.
Dental Cap: Use dental caps to save your teeth from any unwanted stains.
Save from attack on face: Try to save yourself off from all possible attacks on the face. In case your such attempts fail, keep your eyes and lips tightly shut if you are attacked on your face. When traveling keep the car windows thoroughly shut, even if you don’t have an AC car.
Save your skin and hair: Take a bath much later after the entire Holi celebration is over. Taking frequent baths, washing the face again and again, will ruin your skin. You will also lose hair, for too much soap/shampoo has a drying effect.
Save water: Make this Holi even more special by saving every drop you can.Measure the quantity of water you want to use to play with and store it. Stick to that limit. Resist the temptation of going overboard.