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Benefits of Beeswax on Hair, lips and skin
BEESWAX It must be inquisitive for most skincare product users to see Beeswax as a special ingredient. These days many skincare industries/companies are using beeswax in their skincare, haircare, or cosmetic products for its beneficiary facts. In this blog let us understand why? How? Beeswax is used in our daily used products. How to make beeswax Industries have started manufacturing/rendering Beeswax very much which is used in different fields for its beneficial purpose, like beeswax candles, beeswax crayons, beeswax wraps, beeswax furniture polish, beeswax pellets, beeswax skin & body care products, etc. Let us make this more interesting by knowing...
Amazing benefits of using mogra flower on skin
MOGRA FLOWER A flower well known as Jasmine sambac, Queen of the night, Hrudhya Gandha, etc for its fragrance and benefits around the world belongs to the family Oleaceae. Native to Asia and widely grown in south Asia for its appealing and Sweet fragrant. In many parts of India(Kerala is a huge market) people manufacture/extract natural jasmine sambac fragrance and ship it overseas to produce soaps, perfume, room fresheners, and other scented products. Mogra is a shrub that grows up to 3 to 5 meters. Mogra is of different kinds because of its spontaneous mutation. How to select the best...
Best benefits of Goat milk on skin & hair
Best benefits of Goat milk Everyone does consume milk in their daily lifestyle based on the taste of milk they like. Few might go for the taste of buffalo milk and few with cows, where does one stand who hates both. Here I am gonna tell you about the milk other than cattle's milk. Today I am speaking about the 3rd one which most of us are not familiar with and have not tasted yet. Goat Milk, yes that’s the one. Goat milk production has just 2% of the world milk product remaining are dominated by cow and buffalo. Like...
Why mulberry on this summer?
MULBERRY Mulberry!!! They are the tiny, cute and sweetest fruit you can have in summer I guess. Scientific name that mulberry holds is morus alba. Mulberry of different types known by different names based on their colour, size, and usage. Mulberry is indegineous from China and the northeast of India but largely cultivated in southern europe. Mulberries come in different sizes and colours, they are deep red in the forest region and fall from white to pink based on temperature and environment. Mulberries are sweet but plain in taste which confuses the fruitarians. Mulberries are mostly grown for their leaves which...