25th April 2023   /


Skin is the largest organ of our body. It acts as a shield and protects the body. It needs constant care and love to work properly and for that the first thing is to have a proper balanced diet, keep the body hydrated and have a skincare regimen. The skin suffers a lot between the hot sun, freezing cold, pollution in the air and through many other external factors and for that reason we have created an easy and basic skincare routine for you all to follow:

1. Know your skin type.

Most people don't know their skin type and the skin concerns related to it. It might be unnoticeable but knowing your skin is the most important thing before starting any skincare journey. When it comes to skincare it is extremely important to know your skin for the suitability of the products. It is preferred to use skin products which are suitable for your skin type. Himaira offers a large range of skincare and body care products which caters to all skin types and is natural and paraben free.

 2. Clean your face!

Cleaning your skin is the most important and basic step of any skincare routine. It is advised to wash your face at least 2 times a day, once in morning and once at night. Himaira offers two best selling face wash which can be used for any skin type, be it dry, combination or oily. 24K Gold face wash is a gentle face wash enriched with hyaluronic acid and 24K gold flakes which hydrates the skin and provides radiance. The Vitamin C face wash is a blend of Vitamin C, Hyaluronic Acid and Niacinamide to gently remove dirt, makeup, and everyday impurities more powerfully. It removes excess oil, reduces blemishes, sunburns and dark spots. Wet your face, massage your cleanser in and wash it off with cold water. Pat dry with a towel.

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24K Gold Face Wash - Himaira
₹ 299.00₹ 299.00
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vitamin c facewash
₹ 299.00₹ 299.00

3. Toner to maintain the PH level.

Toner is one additional step in your skincare regime that maintains the Ph level of your skin. Himaira’s Vitamin C toner is a refreshing spray of natural clarifying ingredients that clarifies skin without drying it. It keeps the pores clean and improves skin tone and texture. Spray the toner on your face and let it air dry.

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Vitamin C Toner - Himaira
₹ 299.00₹ 299.00

 4. Moisturizing your skin!

Even if your skin is greasy, it is essential that you provide the right amount of hydration to it. Providing hydration and nourishment to the deeper layers of the skin can only be achieved through a moisturizer. Moisturizers can be of different types but a water-gel based moisturizer is suitable for all skin types. Himaira’s Hydro Bomb is a jar of intense hydration that works wonders for dry, normal and oily skin. It has the power of Hyaluronic acid, Glycerine and Niacinamide that locks up hydration for more than 24 hours.

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Hydro Bomb Moisturizer
₹ 549.00₹ 549.00

 5. Don't forget your sunscreen.

Sunscreen is the protector of your skin. Everyone needs a sunscreen with maximum protection to keep your skin safe from the harsh sun rays. A skincare routine ends with sunscreen. It is the top most layer that protects your skin from sunburns, excessive tanning and other sun related concerns. Himaira’s sunscreen mousse is a lightweight sunscreen packed with SPF 50 PA+++ which provides high protection and also diminishes sun spots, pigmentation and acne spots. It is non-comedogenic and mousse texture provides easy application without any white cast.

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Sunscreen Mousse - Himaira
₹ 699.00₹ 699.00

Following an easy skincare routine will keep the skin well nourished, moisturized and blemish free. Being consistent with your skincare routine is extremely important to achieve a youthful glowing skin. Being patient with your skincare is treating your skin the right way. The skin is sensitive and requires time to show results. A skincare regime that suits your skin has to be done on a daily basis for it to show results. Consistency is the key! 

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Disclaimer: The information in this article is for educational purposes only. It should not be substituted as professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment in any manner.