Since the day has started on a beautiful note, we thought of giving you one more beauty dose of the latest entrant in the Indian beauty industry. Wikka, a fairly new beauty brand, that got launched in India this month is all about beauty potions, and seems to be ready to cast it's spell on the beauty-conscious women. And why not? After all, the one on the helms of all the affairs of Wikka is a woman herself.... We'll talk more about it in the later part. Let's show you what we tried and tested!
|For the Perfect Hair Care!!|
Hair Nourishing PotionWhile we were given a lot of interesting products like hand care potion, face cream, summer freshener, we thought of trying this one first. Hair care is one of the key ritual in a woman's routine. Even if she's busy, she prefers doing some quick oil massage for the well-being of her curls. While the Indian market is flooded with a lot of hair oils, not many actually can claim to be providing a proper nourishment as well.
That's why when you apply this potion, you find it different as the ingredients are so unusual. Grape-seed oil, lavender oil, sweet almond oil, carrot-seed oil, peppermint oil, tea tree oil and so.... So, what do find here that's different? Yes, the potion is a perfect blend of key essential oils that are the core of aromatherapy. Don't wonder, as Wikka is an aromatherapy-inspired brand!
What We LikedJust a two tablespoon full oil is enough for a relaxing massage for your scalp. The fragrance is soothing and post cleansing, you find a sheen along with an alluring aroma in your locks...
|Rupal Shabanam Tyagi, she is the |
brain Behind Wikka
We couldn't agree less, as each product is all about fragrance and aromas. Be it the hair tonic... err, potions, or the hand cream that leaves such lasting fragrance that you can smell the next morning, or the freshener that's so very refreshing!
|Aromatic Nourishment for Your Hands!|
Nourishing Hand Cream
Despite being based on oil, the cream doesn't take long in penetration. Your hands feel supple, without any oiliness or stickiness. Rather, they are dry yet protected...