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Good-Bye to Monsoon Woes

Good-Bye to Monsoon Woes

The clammy weather dulls the mood of your skin and your previously well-mannered skin turns against you. It becomes oily, dry and parched, becoming vulnerable to acne and infections. Let’s explore the rain-connection.

Getting trapped in unforeseen showers while heading to work is one of the chief reasons for increasing fungal infections in wet body folds. The susceptible areas are the armpits, groin and the web between our toes. Toddling on wet roads and puddles with a small cut may put you at a danger of catching some sort of bacterial infection. Let us review certain skin issues we face during monsoon, of course with some simple and interesting solutions.

Dry Feet

During the rains, your feet face the most damage, as the dirty water not only makes them prone to infection but also makes them dry and rough. The dirt gets accumulated between the toes and exposes the feet to all kinds of infection. Kaya’s expert advice is that when you are back home, wash your feet with warm water and Kaya’s Soothing Cleansing Gel. It has gentle foaming agents that provide a deep cleansing action. Moisturising agents soothe and soften the skin, leaving it perfectly cleansed and purified with a pleasant feeling of freshness providing more radiant, smoother skin. Visit

Post your foot cleansing routine, you can use Kaya’s Foot Care Cream which has Glycolic Acid. Kaya's Foot Care Cream is specially formulated to gently heal rough and cracked feet. It’s recommended for foot softening, treating corns, calluses and thick skin around the elbows and knees as well. You will see visible results in 2 weeks. To know more visit:

As our skin gets exposed to rain water during monsoon, it is also mandatory to keep it hydrated. Kaya experts suggest using a good hydrating body lotion. Kaya’s Intense Hydration Body Lotion helps you skin stand up against extreme weather conditions. Its moisture lock formula keeps your skin hydrated for 24 hours without re-application. Don’t forget to note that Shea and Kokum butter replenishes and restores essential oils to skin that is dry. Visit:  

Scalp Infection

Your beautiful tresses constantly gets exposed to humidity during rains. As we are aware, rainwater carries lots of impurities which lead to scalp infections and dandruff. Hence, it is advised to wash your hair with Kaya’s Nourishing Shampoo which can also be used daily. It adds lustre to the hair, while almond oil strengthens it from within, reducing hair breakage. Its regular use leaves your hair soft and shiny. Visit  

You can also use Kaya’s Anti Dandruff Shampoo which gently removes dandruff and nourishes the scalp. To know more visit:  


With humidity levels on an all-time high, your skin is going to throw tantrums. Your skin will produce an excess amount of sebum. Treat your skin with mild cleansing and toning. Even during monsoon you need to apply a good sunscreen. Opt for Kaya’s On The Move Skin Care Routine. It consists of 3 essential products - Soothing Cleansing Gel, Revitalising Tonic and Daily Use Sunscreen + SPF 15 in a convenient travel friendly packaging, Kaya on the Move is ideal for people on the go. For more information visit:

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