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Best Online Brand to Buy Chikankari Outfits - House of Chikankari : My shopping experience

  Indian ethnic wear has a vibe. When we are discussing about ethnic wear, how can we forget about the classy Lucknow Chikankari. The beautiful thread works on soft mulmul clothes is definitely an art. Isn't it? I have a very soft corner for Chikankari Kurtis. These are comfy, body soothing, chic,  perfect to wear during the hot and humid Indian weather. Also these looks so rich in culture and classy.  When you will search Best Chikankari lables, here comes House of Chikankari on count first. They have the authentic, exquisite chikankari dresses collection. You will get the real nawabi feeling, trust me.  About House of Chikankari Visit - House of Chikankari was founded by a mother-daughter duo (Poonam Rawal and Aakriti Rawal) in 2000. It provides authenticity and guaranteed quality of the handmade ChikanKari. They are trying to make India’s traditional Chikankari craft a household staple and showcase Lucknow to the world. Their chikankari collection is a

Gia Bath & Body Works Shower Gel "MARGARITA" - Review & Price

Now after using couple of products from Gia BABW ,I have become a huge fan of them. Some months before I had ordered couple of stuffs from the same and totally in love their quality,fragrance,everything..

 So here is the review of the Gia Bath & Body Works Shower Gel MARGARITA which I am using since three months now and it is about to finish within some days i guess. 

Price: Rs290/- for 200ml.
 Buy online through Gia Bath & Body Works FB page HERE  

Ingredients: Glycerine, Honey ,Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Virgin Coconut Oil, Caster Bean Oil, Shea Butter,Avocado Oil, Rosehip Oil, Silk Protein, Sodium Chloride, Vitamin E, Tea Tree Oil, KOH, Optiphen ND, Fragrance/Essential Oil Blend.

My View  on Gia BABW Shower Gel MARGARITA :

First of all what I like in this product is it is a pure product without any chemicals or harmful ingredients .. Again the thing which impress me is its fragrance .. It smells amazingly and whenever I do enter into my bathroom I can feel that freshness because of this green beauty.  The fragrance is more like lemon-ish and with that some fruity kind.. After shower the smell vanishes within 10-15mins .. But that doesn't bother me as every shower gel has that issue.. It gives a nice aromatic bath each time and makes me feel fresh amazingly..

The body wash comes in a transparent plastic bottle with a pump dispenser which makes the process easy to use. But it is not travel-friendly due to the pump packaging , otherwise no issues with this one. All informations are written on the bottle. Due to the transparent packaging one can easily know the amount of product left inside.   

The body wash has semi-thick consistency. A coin size amount is perfect to cover my whole body. It lathers really well when you apply through a loofah. The body wash is mint green in colour when inside the bottle and looks transparent on hand. It doesn't feel harsh on skin moisturises a little. I have very dry skin in this winter. And I love the way it makes me feel soft and smooth skin,though i do need a moisturiser after my bath,but we can't expect more than this from a shower gel after all.

 I am using this since three months now... and I totally recommend this to everyone.. I will repurchase this but not now.. I want to try the other variants as well.. For your kind information Gia BABW has couple of variants in their shower gel range.. So why are you waiting.. Go and check their site and choose your favourite one.. These are absolutely value for money...

Rating : 4.9/5 (-.1 is for the packaging )



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