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Published: 29th November 2014 06:22 AM  |   Last Updated: 29th November 2014 06:22 AM   |  A+A-

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HYDERABAD: ‘Himalaya Pure Skin Facial’, a workshop on skin care and beauty was conducted by Himalaya Herbals. Tamanna Rooz, the renowned beauty expert joined this initiative and offered tips on effective and herbal skincare techniques for flawless and healthy skin.

Engaging students in a do-it-yourself facial session, she emphasised the importance of a good skincare regime which includes cleansing, toning, moisturising and a fortnightly home facial.

She stressed on identifying one’s skin type and choosing the product accordingly. “Our skin is much more intelligent than we think. We load our skin without even reading the ingredients written behind the products,” she said, swearing by Himalaya. She claims that Himalaya products are loaded with lots of neem componets that fight bacteria and hydrate the skin as much as possible. “It also suits all skin types,” she added.

Pointing out to how people flock to salons for instant results she said, “People today have a blind belief and go to salons to get ‘One day magic’, which does not work in real life. It’s your beauty and you yourself should work towards it,” advised the beauty expert.

Expressing her excitement on being a part of this initiative, Tamanna commented, “The idea is innovative and engaging as it gives the customers a chance to directly interact with the brand and get a better understanding about skincare.” The changing trends witnessed in the skincare industry have resulted in an increasing number of people embracing pure and effective beauty products.

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