Monsoon Beauty Saviours #BeautyBloggersCollab

Every season brings along beauty issues, sometimes bad hair, sometimes crazy breakouts.. we bloggers are here to solve your monsoon beauty dreads by sharing our very own monsoon saviours.

*This post is a part beauty bloggers collaboration, where various bloggers come together to talk beauty!*


I do notice my toe nails getting infected during monsoons inspite of all the hygiene and wearing right shoes. Looks like my toe nails detest monsoons… but I have found an effective home remidy. If you too suffer from any sort of nail infection, tea tree oil is the answer! I like to apply it twice a day on clean and dry nail and see it curing within days.


Amrit Kaur from amritkauramy

This monsoon season, I was worried about my combination skin a lot. Then I got to know about Aura Vedic Pure Aloe Vera Gel Facial Cleanser. This product is my monsoon saviour. Aura Vedic is an Indian brand whose products are Paraben free, made with Natural Plant Extracts and Chemicals free.
Aura Vedic Pure Aloe Vera Gel Facial Cleanser has milky white texture. It contains the extracts of Aloe Vera, Green Tea, Pomegranate Oil, Wheat Germ Oil, Avocado Oil, Lemon Oil, Olive Oil, Grapeseed Oil, Jojoba Oil, Phenoxyethanol, Carbonemer and Ethylhexylglycerine.

I used it as a face wash and my skin was free from oil throughout the day. My skin was soft and shining. I didn’t felt the need of applying any cream after using this. I also used it as a post waxing lotion. After waxing, I took small amount and rubbed gently over my arms. My arms were glossy and shining. I felt like I had got body polishing done too, but it was all the effect of this gel cleanser.
Overall, I liked this product and it gave me positive results. So, it is my lifetime monsoon saviour from now on. I would suggest you to buy it once and get to know the results yourself.
Price: Rs. 190 for 100 ml and Rs. 250 for 250 ml.
Shelf life: 2 years.
Available: You can buy this from Aura Vedic website (

Nisha from Highongloss

I find essential oils are answer to all my problems related to skin & hair specially during monsoon. I mostly ditch day and night creams during monsoons. I just rely on skin savior essential oils such as Tea Tree Oil, Rosemary Oil & Jojoba Oil which work great for my oily, acne prone & sensitive skin to keep it acne free, balance oil and maintain moisture level in the skin.
For my itchy scalp Tea Tree oil & Rosemary oil work the best while the Jojoba oil & Grapeseed oil work efficiently to control frizz.Try out the magic of essential oils by yourself and most of the monsoon skin and hair problems will be poof-ed away.

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Krupa from Ishtyleawhile

As the weather changes, my skin texture changes, my hair goes crazy and most importantly I find that my eyes need extra care. Castor oil is my go-to product for the monsoon season. From dealing with dry and frizzy hair, to helping reduce itchy eyes, castor oil is all I need. The only tip I would suggest is that you ensure that you buy a good brand of castor oil so that it doesn’t affect your skin or hair.


Radha from Trystwithvanillagirl

Only season when I use waterproof mascara is during Monsoons !! So my top recommendation is to go for waterproof makeup especially eye makeup during this rainy season.Currently I am loving and using this waterproof mascara by Maybelline New York i.e The Falsies Push up Drama Mascara. It adds good volume and length to my lashes in just two coats . Formula is jet black in color and 100% waterproof. So even if you are caught in rains,this mascara will not ditch you. Make this gorgeous metallic fuchsia red tube of mascara your companion these monsoons.

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Namrata from Myclosetdiary

I am from Bangalore and the climate is quite unpredictable in this city. With the onset of monsoon, I have been suffering from above average hair fall. As my hair is coloured, I had issues with dryness and frizziness as well.

I came across BBLUNT Climate Control, Anti-Frizz Leave-In Cream and decided to give it a shot.  I have used this product for over a month to this date to ascertain pros and cons fairly. 

For my coloured hair, I have been using my regular shampoo and conditioner for coloured hair. However, the efficacy falls flat on chilly or rainy days.

I have been facing frizziness even after using conditioner.These days, I apply the BBLUNT product after a hair wash on towel dried hair. This softens my hair and controls frizziness. Though not being a miracle product, my hair fall is controlled now.

The result is right here in the image below.

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Sangeeta from Beautynyx

Does your skin and hair have a mind of its own? Do you feel like it can’t decide whether to make your day fun or ruin it? Mine does it almost all year long, but more so during the monsoons. Come monsoon my hair becomes frizzy and almost looks like it is charged with static electricity; and my skin jumps between dry and itchy.

While I resort for easy to use readily available products most of the time, I do love pampering myself with some nice fresh homemade masks. One of my favourite masks uses 4 simple ingredients –

Honey – 2 teaspoons

Coconut oil – 2 teaspoons

Olive oil – 1 teaspoon

Avocado – 1 ripe

To make the mask take one ripe avocado and mash it; to this add coconut oil, olive oil and honey. Mix well till there are no clumps. You can use this mask on your hair or body. On your hair you can leave it for an hour and then wash it off with a sulphate free shampoo. On your body use this almost like a scrub rubbing it in your skin and wash off. If you wish to use this on your face I was suggest omitting coconut and oil olive and adding a few drops of Tea Tree Oil to prevent breakouts. This is a deep nourishing mask that makes both your skin and hair look healthy.

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Hope these tips and tricks helped you find an answer to your beauty problems. Let us know your opinion 🙂

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  1. ? Beautiful Compilation. The best tips from beauty bloggers at one place… So cool. Good job Deepika ?

    1. Deepika Verma says:

      Absolutely!! Thanks to everyone 🙂

  2. This post is amazing. Thank you Deepika for giving me opportunity to contribute 🙂 Great team work 🙂

  3. This a great post will all the beneficial skin products. I have dry skin would love to try alovera product.

  4. Whoa..Beauties sharing there secret 🙂 Lovely post..

  5. many experts under one blog. Great post. Hair is my problem. Probably I should try coconut oil, avocado mix

  6. That must be a wonderful post because there is a contribution of many bloggers. Fabulous work done by all. All the product reviews are awesome.

  7. Loving all the tips especially the avocado one 😀
    The post has come out nicely Deepika.

  8. Prisha Lalwani says:

    i have heard about that anti frizz serum for the first time. I would love to give it a try as in monsoons my hair is like scrubbers!:-D

  9. Loved this amazing post with so many bloggers contributing.. All the products seem really nice and monsoon being the time where foot are is even more essential this really is a helpful compilation..

  10. Snehalata jain says:

    Wow one stop destination for all beauty queries awesome job

  11. Happy happy !! Lovely compilation

  12. Wow all the great blogger at one platform!?❤

  13. Papri Ganguly says:

    Great compilation. It would definitely help us to combat skin problems.

  14. Joshita JJ says:

    Great team work. Monsoon tips from expert bloggers in one post is amazing…

  15. Mrinal says:

    Loved all the tips.. i too follow some of these during monsoons ?

  16. Wow this is such a nice and detailed posts. I loved reading the tips and tricks by so many experts in one place. I shall keep these bookmarked for reference.

  17. My toe nails gets infected too in Monsoon. Thanks for your tip! Will start using tea tree oil. 🙂

  18. Great tips to follow during monsoon… Tea tree actually works

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