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Oudh Australia brings you pure Oudh Oil blends with some of mother nature’s best fragrances that are unique, rich and luxurious. Our beautiful handcrafted packaging and cute little bottles are sure to steal your heart.

A sultry and mysterious fragrance that exudes sophistication – Oudh Oil perfume is a must-have for your daily collection, travel pack and a perfect distinguished gift for anyone on any occasion. Oud is said to be the most expensive wood in the world; Oudh oil’s value is estimated to be 1.5 times the value of gold, and it is sometimes referred to as ‘liquid gold’.

For centuries, Oudh Oil has been treasured by royals, aristocrats and perfumeries throughout the history in many cultures around the world. Oudh Australia brings you for the first time these special, unique, beautiful and luxurious Oudh Oil fragrances.

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Naturtint Hair Dye: Reviewed & Rejected

My friend D is a dark-haired beauty who dyes her raven (and currently straightened) locks to cover up the odd gray hair. She uses a permanent hair color called Naturtint ($17.99) and she asked me to check out the ingredients. Since a 2001 study by the International Journal of Cancer found that people who use permanent hair dye (either black or very dark dyes) are twice as likely to develop bladder cancer as those who go au naturel, I was more than happy to take a look to see if Naturtint (dark chestnut brown) is safe.

I’ll cut straight to the car-chase. Naturtint’s ingredients (despite the fact it makes a big deal about using vegetable ingredients) are positively hair-raising. Like many dark hair dyes, Naturtint  uses p-Phenylenediamine. This is in widespread use and here is what the Environmental Protection Agency has to say about it: “p-Phenylenediamine is primarily used as a dye intermediate and as a dye.  Acute (short-term) exposure to high levels of p-phenylenediamine may cause severe dermatitis, eye irritation and tearing, asthma, gastritis, renal failure, vertigo, tremors, convulsions, and coma in humans.  Eczematoid contact dermatitis may result from chronic (long-term) exposure in humans.  In rats and mice chronically exposed to p-phenylenediamine in their diet, depressed body weights, but no other clinical signs of toxicity, were observed in several studies.”

p-Phenylenediamine gets a perfect score from the Environmental Working Group. Make no mistake, that is not something to brag about.

This was reason enough for me to shoot an email to my friend and urge her to look for an alternative to Naturtint (one of our reviewers liked Surya Henna). However, I’m not going to let Naturtint off the hook for the other nasties in this hair dye. PEG-2 Oleamine is often used as a thickener in food. Like all PEGs, it may contain contaminants and shouldn’t be used on broken skin. Ethanolamine is also known as acetamide MEA and the European Union classifies it as corrosive and harmful if in contact with the skin. However, the industry body, Cosmetic Ingredient Review, proclaims it is safe in concentrations up to 7.5%.

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There isn’t much information on 4-amino-2-hydroxytolueno.p-aminophenol other than a 2004 paper in the International Journal of Toxicology saying that it there was insufficient data to support its safety. The European Union says it can cause allergic reactions. Another common component of hair colorants is 2-Methyl-Resorcinol. A 1980s study found that this was moderately toxic, but also concluded that it was safe for cosmetic use. 4-Chloro Resorcinol is usually used at concentrations of less than 1% and hair dyes that include it usually carry a sensitivity warning. It can be an eye irritant and emits toxic fumes if heated (source) and EWG rates it a moderate hazard. Oxyquinoline Sulfate is considered safe for rinse off products, but there is insufficient data to pronounce it safe for leave on products, according to the CIR.

To be fair to Naturtint, the hair dye ingredient, m-Aminophenol, has been deemed safe by the EU.

Ingredients in Naturtint: PEG-2 Oleamine, Aqua (Water), Cocamide DEA, Alcohol Denat (Alcohol), Propylene Glycol, Ethanolamine, Oleic Acid, Hydrolized Vegetable Protein (Triticum Vulgare, Soy, Corn, Avena Sativa), Sodium Sulfite, Sodium Ascorbate, Tetrasodium EDTA, Parfum (Fragrance). (+/-) p-Phenylenediamine, 4-Amino-2-Hydroxytolueno.p-Aminophenol, 2-Methyl-Resorcinol, m-Aminophenol, 4-Chloro Resorcinol, N,N-Bis (Hydroxyethyl)-p-Phenylenediamine Sulfate, 2-Amino-4-Hydroxy-Ethylaminoanisole Sulfate

Ingredients in ColorFix: Aqua (Water), Hydrogen Peroxide, Cetearyl Alcohol, Laureth-3, Ceteareth-20, Cetyl Alcohol, Oxyquinoline Sulfate

Editor’s Note 2017: Naturtint has since revised the ingredient list and the latest is published on the right

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Why the Most Expensive Spice in the World Is Now Growing in Hundreds of Small American Farms

On a brisk morning in late October, wisps of snow and brittle leaves scuttle across the hillside at Calabash Gardens in Wells River, Vermont. In the semi-frozen field, in an acre of cultivated ground surrounded by a tall deer fence, delicate purple Crocus sativus blossoms quiver in the stark landscape like the wings of exotic moths. Bend down and you can see three bright red stigma—the female parts of a flower—protruding from the center of each small, goblet-shaped bloom. This ephemeral bit of botany is saffron, the most expensive spice in the world.

Bundled against the cold, Claudel “Zaka” Chery and Jette Mandl-Abramson walk the field, plucking the blossoms into baskets and stopping now and then to blow on their bare hands. The flowers are the first signs of life from 180,000 corms, the enlarged stems, that lay dormant under the soil all summer. The harvest from the fall-blooming saffron crocus will last until the temperature stays below freezing. Chery is all too aware that in this cold hollow, harvest time could last a month, or just until tomorrow. Later, at the kitchen table, pulling apart the blossoms to remove the saffron threads, Chery counts each one—361 that day—which he records in a little notebook.

When Chery left Haiti after the devastation of the earthquake in 2010, he never imagined he would end up farming in Vermont. Led there by grief, to find solace with the family of a dear friend who had died, he didn’t even have a car, let alone land. He didn’t intend to stay. Then he met Mandl-Abramson, an herbalist and artist, with bird tattoos flying off each shoulder, dreaming of her own farm. In 2017, about a year after the couple met, Mandl-Abramson stumbled across a University of Vermont article about growing saffron. Something clicked. “Saffron was how I finally persuaded Zaka to farm with me,” says Mandl-Abramson. “Saffron was difficult and experimental, and we had the chance to be leaders. Hardly anyone was doing it.”

In the last five years, hundreds of small farms across the U.S. have begun growing saffron with the hope of tapping a highly lucrative niche in the artisanal spice market. Pound-for-pound on par with gold, high-end saffron sells for as much as $50 a gram. To a farmer, Crocus sativus has a lot going for it beyond the price tag: plant it once and it will come back year after year and multiply on its own; it adapts to extreme environments and poor soils; and its harvest comes when other crops no longer need attention. On the flip side, nearly every step of growing and processing saffron must be done by hand. As with any gold rush, success with the gold spice requires a huge dollop of perseverance—maybe even obsession—as these farmers are finding out.

Saffron’s value, and perhaps a large part of its allure to the human imagination for millennia (one of the oldest depictions of saffron is a 3,000-year-old fresco at the Palace of Minos at Knossos in Crete), comes from its elusive nature. Each blossom lasts 3 to 4 days and produces three tiny scarlet stigmas, which must be separated from the other flower parts and then dried within 24 hours of picking; it takes about 500 of these aromatic threads to produce a single gram. You can do a full day’s work and hold in your palm a harvest weighing less than a hummingbird.

Like most spices, saffron has its cultural niche: in Persia and Arabia, it appears in everything from cocktails to ice cream, even beauty cream and fabric dye. In Mediterranean cuisine, saffron has lent its distinctive woodsy note to bouillabaisse since Roman times, and in India—where it has also long been part of the spice trade—some cooks add it to recipes like biryani, turning layers of rice cooked with spices, vegetables and meat a sunny yellow. Used as much for the rich golden color as the sweet earthy aroma it gives the food, its taste is more atmospheric than assertive, like freshly mown hay drying in the sun with bitter herbs and flowers.

Native to the Middle East, saffron is typically grown in hot, dry climates and it is harvested for export only in places where hand labor is cheaply available. Around 90% of the world’s saffron is grown in Iran. Spain, Afghanistan and India are also exporters. The U.S. imports roughly 75 tons of saffron a year and farming it domestically has been nearly unheard of since Pennsylvania Dutch settlers grew it in the 1700s (a few still do) and sold it to Spanish colonists in the Caribbean.

Rahmatallah Gheshm, a postdoctoral fellow in agroecology at the University of Rhode Island, who studied saffron for two decades in his native Iran before coming to the U.S., sees a big opportunity. “Saffron is endangered,” he says. He predicts that in the next 10 years Iran’s saffron harvest—some 200 tons— will drop by half. In Khorasan Province, where the majority of saffron is grown, studies show that much of the land is steadily becoming unproductive desert, with higher levels of salinity in the aquifers due to climate change. Because of the high cost of labor, Gheshm doesn’t see the U.S. ever coming close to filling such a large gap, but he imagines a time when saffron will be grown widely on small farms and sold locally.

At nearly an acre, Calabash Gardens is the largest saffron farm in Vermont and probably in the entire United States, according to Margaret Skinner, a research professor and extension entomologist at the University of Vermont. Skinner, who has a voice full of infectious enthusiasm, has been instrumental in helping the majority of American saffron farmers get started in the last five years. She became a leading resource on growing the spice in the U.S. mostly by accident. One day in 2015, Arash Ghalehgolabbehbahani, a UVM postgraduate fellow who grew up in Tehran, asked her why Vermont farmers didn’t grow saffron.

“My initial reaction was, ‘That’s a really crazy idea,'” says Skinner. “I didn’t think it would survive the cold.” But if it did, she thought, the fall-blooming Crocus sativus could be a high-value crop for vegetable farmers—not requiring a heated greenhouse and hitting at a time of year when an additional revenue stream was welcome. “We envisioned this as a crop to support our small diversified farms,” she explains.

The outlay of time and money to plant an acre of saffron can be daunting. The corms themselves, which most farms import from specialized growers in Holland, cost around 20 to 40 cents each, which could run to $30,000 for an acre. The first year’s harvest won’t impress anyone, but three years after planting, Skinner estimates, 1 acre of Crocus sativus could produce $100,000 of saffron. These are the kind of numbers that UVM’s North American Center for Saffron Research and Development has estimated based on their research to date.

When funding is available the Center donates corms and equipment to farmers for saffron trials, researches different growing and drying methods and organizes an annual conference drawing hundreds—”a wild session of all kinds of different people looking for the new gold rush,” according to one participant. Most influential of all is the center’s SaffronNet—a Listserv with 800 active users, from 25 states and 15 countries, all posting tips and questions on growing saffron.

It’s 2 a.m., and a single headlamp shines in the dark along the edge of Peace and Plenty’s saffron field in Kelseyville, California. Little by little, a dozen points of light converge and dance up and down the rows in the cold November pre-dawn. No one is awake enough to talk; the only sound is the distinctive squeak of crocus blossoms being plucked and put into buckets. Hours later, as the roosters start to crow and the first light cracks the horizon, the harvesters pick up the pace, racing the sun.

At this farm, the delicate saffron flowers push up not through snow but a sun-parched crust of earth in a landscape scarred by drought. Melinda Price and Simon Avery dreamed of farming for years but “didn’t think carrots and kale would pay the mortgage.” Saffron held promise of something more lucrative on a small scale. They bought their first crocus corms even before they bought land.

To harvest their half-acre requires 14 people working up to 14 hours a day. Young people who are attracted to the madcap adventure of picking saffron as an endurance sport come to camp in the fields for a few weeks. They pick at least 40,000 flowers before the intense sun hits the field and wilts them (“they would turn to wet glop,” says Price), then all afternoon in the shade of walnut trees they separate the stigmas from the petals with pollen-stained hands and place the threads into dehydrators. After drying, the saffron is sealed in jars.

Price’s voice slows when she talks about cooking simple meals with saffron for her farm crew and the more elaborate menus at her farm-to-table events created by chef Arnon Oren of Anaviv. Guests sit at long tables under the walnut trees and eat a five-course saffron-inspired meal with local wines; menus have included chicken roasted with saffron butter, lamb tagine with saffron rice, and saffron ice-cream with grilled figs. “If you want to highlight saffron as the star, you definitely want to use the locally grown one,” says Oren. It has more color and flavor, he says, and “smells so, so earthy and powerful.”

Price admits that at least half her customers are unfamiliar with saffron. “They point to the lavender field and ask if that’s the saffron,” she says. Her mission is to spread enthusiasm. She encourages people to “be adventuresome, to try it in everything.” As for the expense—her saffron sells for $75 a gram in a cute jar with a label that reads “Life Is Golden”—she reminds people that a little bit goes a long way. “Three threads of saffron will make a pot of rice,” she says.

Meraki Meadows in the dust-mote town of New Home, Texas, is a two-family operation where all six kids, ages 7 to 16, are on the website staff page with roles like Executive Flower Smeller and Dirt Quality Analyst. Karl McDonald and his in-laws, the Becks, had 15 acres and started researching a crop that could be profitable without much land or rain, and would “give the kids an activity.” Saffron kept coming to the top of the list. The name they chose for the farm, Meraki, is a Greek word meaning to put yourself into something with heart and soul.

During the fall of 2020 when the pandemic confined them at home, all 10 family members planted 20,000 corms of saffron on a half-acre and got their first harvest a few months later, truly a family effort. “The kids got up to pick before they went to school, then came home and processed after,” McDonald says.

As remote as it is, Meraki Meadows gets few visitors. They sell directly from their website. “Our biggest gap is marketing,” McDonald says. Like Calabash Gardens and Peace and Plenty Farm, they will soon be producing too much saffron to sell it all directly to home cooks; they will need partnerships with companies looking to turn it into value-added products, such as saffron-infused soap, candles or honey, something Peace and Plenty has found a strong market for.

For Calabash Gardens in Vermont, that partner is Lemonfair Saffron, a company started in 2017 by Parker Shorey. Shorey thinks of himself as “the pollinator bee” helping Vermont saffron growers reach markets in New York City, where he is based, and beyond. He pays farmers at least 50% of his retail price (currently $56 a gram) for bulk saffron, then takes it through an added drying process by spreading the threads on copper trays over the coals of a maple-wood fire. This fire-drying technique is traditional in colder climates where saffron is grown, and Shorey learned it from growers in Tuscany. Though much trickier than using the sun or a commercial dehydrator as most growers do (the first time Shorey tried it he accidentally tipped several hundred dollars’ worth of saffron into the coals), drying saffron over a fire “brings out the radiant color and mild fruity aroma of fresh saffron,” he says. He sees saffron following in the footsteps of the craft cider and artisanal cheese that are now mainstays of Vermont’s food culture but were rare a decade ago.

Though still a microbusiness, Lemonfair is at an inflection point, he says and will purchase three times as much American saffron from growers this year as it did in 2021. The home-cooking trend triggered by the pandemic seems to be continuing, Shorey says, and he sees locally sourced spices as the next wave of Americans’ interest in artisanal and local foods.

Shorey recently checked in on Zaka Chery’s crop at Calabash Gardens. “The gauntlet was thrown,” Shorey says. “We have to really work on the demand because they are going to have a ton of saffron next year.” Well, maybe not a ton, but if the weather cooperates, possibly as much as 6 pounds, which translates to 5,400 half-gram jars of the gold spice.

As a filmmaker by training, Chery isn’t daunted by the challenge of telling the story of locally grown saffron to new customers. The farming piece still leaves him nervous. “We’re going to be picking half a million flowers,” he says. “We won’t eat or sleep. It’s going to be maddening,” Chery adds, with a look that says this is a madness akin to chasing an unrequited love.

Yes, it’s pricy, so you want to be sure you’re getting what you paid for. Here are some things to consider.

Skip powdered saffron—it loses flavor more quickly, and it’s easier for it to be adulterated with fillers.

You may see a quality grade on labels. Some grading systems indicate what part of the flower is included (stigma-only, without any of the style which it attaches to, is the highest grade). Others are based on measures of active ingredients, primarily crocin, which gives the saffron coloring power. Unfortunately there is no universal system (e.g., “Grade 1” used by the International Standard Organization and “Coupe” used in the Spanish system both indicate the highest level of crocin). Ideally, you’ll find a harvest date within the last year on the package. Buy it in small amounts to avoid leftovers sitting around losing potency.

It should look like red threads, typically snarled into a jumble. The threads can have variation in color from pure red to a lighter orangy-yellow, which is where the stigma attaches to the style of the flower.

It should smell strongly of dried hay and fall leaves.

Try these sites for American-grown saffron.

Helen Whybrowis a freelance writer and editor-at-large for Orion Magazine.

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#ELLEChristmas: Your Ultimate Gifting Guide Featuring More Than 80 Products


Bare Necessities Glow Naturally Festive Gift Bundle
A customizable one-stop bundle for skincare, body care and hair care needs, you can take your pick of a soap bar, lip balm, and body scrub. The bundle also includes a loofah, multani mitti face pack make-up remover, facial cleanser, and reusable makeup remover wipes.
Available on Barenecessities.in
Price: INR 1,500

Delicate Shea Collection By L’Occitane India
The delicate shea is inspired by a traditional French dessert made by boiling rice in milk with a dash of vanilla and other mystery ingredients. This gift set will look stunning under the Christmas tree!
Available on in.loccitane.com
Price: INR 900 onwards

Anastasia Beverly Hills Iced Out Highlighter
Formulated with golden pigments that lend a gorgeous radiant glow to any complexion, this luxurious gift will make the makeup lovers in your life happy. The formula offers a smooth finish and ultra-beam effect to your skin on application, offering the right amount of OTT glam for the holiday season.
Available on Nykaa.com
Price: INR 3,800

DHC Beauty Double Cleanse Mini Box
Double cleansing has been touted to be the secret to clear skin. This minis box features the J-Beauty brand’s best-selling and cult-classic Deep Cleansing Oil. It also comes with face wash powder and a powder-to-foam facial cleanser that exfoliates the skin for a smooth and clear complexion.
Available on Dhcbeauty.in
Price: INR 1399

Davines OI Hair And Body Care Range Kit
This lovely kit’s hair and body care products are formulated with roucou oil. Adding extraordinary shine and softness to your skin, this one comes with an anti-ageing hand cream and moisturizing body wash-this kit; it is a total all-rounder. The hair products can also double up as styling essentials for the party season.
Available on Davinesindia.com and select salons
Price: INR 13,400

Burberry Hero EDT For Him
Give the gift of luxe fragrances to BAE with this one! Brightened and invigorated with sparkling bergamot, juniper and black pepper, this vibrant scent and attractive bottle embodies a strong and modern aesthetic. 
Available exclusively in Sephora stores and Sephora Online
Price: INR 5,000 for 50 ml, INR 6,950 for 100 ml, and INR 8,300 for 150 ml

Forest Essentials Luxurious Skin & Hair Care Selection Box
A Christmas gifting list will be incomplete without a shoutout to FE’s range of skin and hair-loving essentials! This kit brings skin and hair care full circle-from facial cleansers and mists to soaps and hair essentials; you get the best offerings from this brand.
Available on Forestessentialsindia.com
Price: INR 1,475

mCaffeine Coffee De-Stress Gift Kit
This gift set has been curated with the Coffee Body Polishing Oil, Coffee Body Scrub and Hand-crafted Premium Wooden Massager – all the essentials your loved one might need to wind down after a hectic day. Enriched with ingredients like rosehip oil, sweet almond oil, vitamin E, and coconut oil, this kit is a de-stressing champ you need to add to your gifting list this holiday season.
Available on Mcaffeine.com
Price: INR 954

Braun S9 720 Epilator
The gift of painless hair removal will be appreciated by many; you can quote us on that. The newly launched product gives a smooth and comfortable hair removal experience. It is 100% waterproof and provides a long-lasting result. It is also oh-so-gentle on your skin!
Available on Amazon.in
Price: INR 7500

Vedix Festive Bhringadi Hair Kit
This limited edition gift box consists of four bhringraj-infused products targeted at maintaining a healthy mane. The ingredient is also known for its cooling properties, which can be so loving for the scalp!
Available on Vedix.com
Price: INR 999

Soultree Ayurvedic Hemp Range Kit
This newly launched product range taps into the potent skin benefits of organic hemp seed oil – an ingredient is known for its therapeutic and remedial use in Ayurveda. From facial oil to serum to an under-eye treatment, you can take your pick of the lot to create your own gift set for a loved one!
Available on Soultree.in

Priced between INR 795 and 2,795

The Body Shop Charcoal Gift Set
Featuring a purifying face wash, glow mask and jute scrubber, this charcoal gift set is rejuvenating, much like the holiday season. The hamper is packaged sustainably, and the products are sure to become essential in your loved one’s skincare vanity.
Available at all Body Shop retail outlets and Thebodyshop.in
Price: INR 4,795

Just Herbs Love And Light Festive Gift Box
This lovely gift set is made up of the Kerala Coconut and Wheatgerm Body Butter, Kerala Coconut Handmade Bathing Bar, Tender Touch Body Radiance Oil and the Apricot Sparkle Invigorating Skin Radiance Scrub. Clean, Ayurvedic and enriched with quality ingredients, your loved one will appreciate this wholesome present to the T!
Available on Justherbs.in
Price: INR 1,045

Neemli Naturals Body Care Essentials
Elevated by high-quality ingredients, these body care essentials will make the natural skincare lover in your life so happy! A body scrub, body butter and a hydrating bathing bar – this gift set is synonymous with love and care in the best way possible!
Available on Neemlinaturals.com
Price : INR 2,061

O.P.I. Minis Gifting Sets
Available in packs of 2s, 3’s a’nd 5’s, the popular nail brand fulfils all your nail care needs in one go! Combining colour and care essential, these adorable mini nail lacquers and top coats will make a lovely present for your BFF obsessed with stylish nails!
Available on Nykaa.com
Price: INR 550 for 2’s, INR 799 for 3’s, INR 1,299 for 5s

The Moms Co. Festive Limited Edition Gift Box
The set includes eleven natural, toxin-free products for a variety of skin and hair needs. The box also comes with a scented candle with a relaxing fragrance, a jade roller, and a decorative ornament for your Christmas tree.
Available on Themomsco.com
Price: INR 3,999

 

Wellness Essentials From The Secret Alchemist
For the wellness obsessed in your family, this anxiety relief and sleep-inducing oil will make for an excellent gift. Formulated with therapeutic oils aimed to involve positive and happy emotions, this duo will be the perfect stress-busting present for friends and family members looking to relax during the holidays.
Available on Secretalchemist.com
Price: INR 1,698

RAS Luxury Hydrating And Brightening Face Gel Serum
Enriched with the goodness of 24K Gold, this luxurious serum helps reduce pigmentation, dullness, age lines and brightens the complexion. This beauty in a bottle looks aesthetically pleasing; you won’t need to fuss with wrapping paper for this one!
Available on Youcarelifestyle.com
Price: INR 2,990

Colorbar’s Hemp + Vitamin C Collection Kit
Give the gift of a perfect nighttime routine with this one! Featuring a milk serum, balancing moisturiser and lightweight facial oil – these products will upgrade your loved one’s winter skincare routine.
Available on Colorbarcosmetics.com
Consolidated price: INR 2,085

asa Pocket Lipsticks Combo
The asa Pocket Crème Lipstick and Pocket Hydra-Matte Lipstick make for adorable and easy-to-carry gift items. The lippies deliver a velvety and lustrous shine. An added plus is that it is moisture-rich and formulated with sustainably sourced shea and cocoa butter.  A high colour payoff combined with nourished lips is in line with festive glam essentials that are also oh-so-caring!
Available on Asabeauty.com
Price: INR 1,800

Comfort Zone Hydramemory Range
Clean formulas and sustainable products are two main promises made by this brand. The brand’s products come in pretty packaging that is easy on the eyes, a perfect gift for the minimal skincare lover of your family.
Available on Comfortzoneind.com
Price: INR 14,350

Aminu Skin Essentials
For the skincare lovers in your life who love to discover new brands, this one is a great gifting option. High performing, healing, and holistic bestsellers, products from this homegrown label will make for a wholesome present for the loved ones in your life.
Available on Aminu.life
Consolidated Price: INR 10,000

Lotus Herbals YouthRx Kit
Give the gift of youthful-looking skin with this anti-ageing kit! The products featured are enriched with the goodness of ginger and ginseng. These potent and natural anti-ageing active ingredients are clinically proven to accelerate lifting, firming and protective action on the skin.
Available on Lotusherbals.com
Price: INR 2,245

Mary Cohr India Hydrosmose Kit
As merry as the festive season is, the harsh weather can affect the skin. This Paris-based skincare brand gives the gift of soft and nourished skin with a rich-textured formula. The kit consists of the Hydrosmose Cellular Moisturisation Cream, Hydrosmose Mask and the Hydrosmose Eye Contour to make for a luxe skincare kit that will be cherished by your loved one. 
Available on Marycohr.co.in
Price: INR 7,000

Dyson Christmas

Dyson Airwrap
The Dyson Airwrap is the perfect gift for someone who loves experimenting with their hair and styling it in various ways. The unique technology doesn’t damage hair, but does give you curls, volume and bounce, so it’s worth the price tag it comes with. 
Price: INR 42,900
Available on dyson.in 

Kiehls ChristmasKiehl’s Limited-Edition Commemorative Collection
This is a specially curated array of the brand’s most beloved and best-selling formulas of all time: Midnight Recovery Concentrate, Ultra Facial Cream, and Calendula Herbal-Extract Toner. Kiehl’s is celebrating its 170th holiday season with an extended collection encased in whimsical, limited-edition designs created in collaboration with artist partner, Marylou Faure.

Price for Ultra Facial Cream: INR 2550
Available at kiehls.in

Laneige Holiday Midnight Minis Lip Set
K-beauty lovers will absolutely adore this lip kit. Featuring lip sleeping masks in small sizes and a variety of flavours, these lip-smacking minis are the perfect gift for a loved one who prides themselves on their pout!
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Code Beauty Luxury Vegan Brush And Sponge Bath
Ask your makeup-obsessed bestie, and they’ll recite the tales of how difficult it is to clean the tools. This anti-bacterial and hand-poured solid cleanser thoroughly cleans, conditions and sanitises beauty blenders and brushes – both natural and synthetic. Easy-Peasy!
Available on Codebeauty.in
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Ilana Clarifying Skin Serum 
A lightweight, acne-fighting facial oil enriched with tea tree and argan oil – this budget-friendly serum will be a great addition to your loved one’s skincare routine. 
Available on Ilana.shop
Price: INR 550

Skyn Organic Co. Brazilian Volcanic Red Clay Facial Mask
Fans of aesthetic looking skincare products will love this red clay mask; it just happens to hold potent benefits for the skin as well! The unique formula helps rid the skin of impurities, excess sebum and dead skin cells – a gift of glowing, clear skin that your loved one will swoon over.
Available on Skynorganiccompany.com
Price: INR 900

MAC Cosmetics – Tiny Tricks Mini Lipstick Trio
Limited-edition mini lipsticks make up this kit – available on neutral or red shades, the kit features Matte and Amplified formulas. For the lover of lippies in your life, the rich, creamy Matte Lipstick delivers high colour payoff; and the Amplified Lipstick formula applies in smooth glides, offers full coverage and has a semi-lustrous finish. The optical-illusion packages are just as fun!
Available on Maccosmetics.in
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SkinKraft Indulgence Body Kit
This is a 7-piece adult skin solution kit consisting of a Restorative Freshwater Body Wash, Skin Energize Avocado Body Massage Oil, Sound Sleep Calming Pillow Mist, Deep Moisturizing Hand Butter, Buff & De-Tan Exfoliating Body Scrub, Floral Island Refreshing Body Mist, Elevated Hydration and a Skin Renewing Body Lotion. This kit features a wonderful collection of products ideal for holiday gifting
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Arata Vitamin C Overnight Face Regime Kit
A power-packed combo consisting of an Oatmeal Face Scrub, a Vitamin C Face Serum, a Vitamin C Day Cream with SPF 15+ and a Vitamin C Night Repair Gel – this kit will be great for the loved one in your life who need to add skin repair to their nightly regime. Vitamin C is known to help repair UV damage to the skin and enhance the body’s natural healing process – a sentiment that elevates the charm of this gift kit!
Available on Arata.in
Price: INR 1,899

Simply Nam Lip Oils
All lips need some sp-oiling in the winter and these deeply moisturising picks from Namrata Soni’s brainchild brand is the perfect pick for that. The tinted formula can help deeply nourish the lips while giving them a fuller and plumper look. The clear lip oil can double up as a gloss as well!
Available on Simplynam.com
Price: INR 999

The Skin Pantry Lemon Cheesecake Body Butter
The dessert lover in your family will appreciate this delicious body butter! Pssst…it also happens to be one of the smoothest body butters you can get your hands on RN!
Available on Theskinpantry.com
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The Best Men’s Shower Gels & Body Washes For Every Budget

One of the many lessons this year has taught us is a renewed appreciation for life’s little essentials. It’s always good to feel clean and refreshed but the humble shower is less about removing the daily grime these days and more about 10 minutes of relative calm and relaxation in a stressful world. Washing away the day has become more about self care than sanitation, especially with less frequent holidays, massages and therapies.

Whether you call it the body wash or shower gel, the liquid-gel has become an omnipresent part of the modern gentleman’s grooming routine, alongside other essentials such as a cleansing face wash and regenerative eye cream.

The best of the new generation of liquid body cleansers boast superlative fragrances, made with natural ingredients and without unnecessary chemicals, served in recycled plastic or recyclable aluminium – all without any creatures being harmed in the process – and can elevate your daily ablutions to a more enjoyable level.

It’s important to note that body-specific shower gels shouldn’t be used on the face or hair on a daily basis. Instead, opt for a specialist face wash and haircare products designed specifically for the unique needs of each.

pH-Balance

The choice of shower gels for men is of course endless, but what makes a good body wash? Nearly all shower gels on the market today are pH-balanced. Why is this important? A poorly-balanced skin pH can result in wrinkles, inflammation, sensitivity and even acne, as a result of a disrupted skin barrier (also known as the acid mantle).

This barrier is crucial as it’s responsible for keeping in lipids and moisture while blocking germs, pollution, toxins and bacteria. In an ideal world your skin would be slightly acidic, at a 5.5 pH-balance for optimal performance. If skin is too alkaline it becomes dry and sensitive. Conversely, too acidic means breakouts of spots and acne. For reference, a lower number indicates increasing acidity whereas a higher number indicates increased alkalinity.

A good body wash or shower gel should balance your skin's pH levels

A good body wash or shower gel should balance your skin's pH levels

Furthermore, with the basics of pH-balance covered, shower gels differentiate themselves using a variety of ingredients from herbal-infusions to aromatherapy benefits. Many contain menthol, particularly within the men’s bath and body sphere, due to its stimulating and refreshing scent.

Naturally, many brands experiment with aroma, lather and texture. Having sampled everything under the sun here at Ape, the variance in quality is quite startling. Especially relevant are affordable supermarket brands, which often include cheaper, potentially skin-irritating ingredients – so it’s a good idea to pay a little more.

Key Ingredients To Swerve

Sulphates/ SLS

Sulphates are not harmful but they can strip the skin of vital moisture. Often listed as sodium laureth – or lauryl – sulphate, sulphate or SLS, ALS or SLES, these chemicals are responsible for creating lather and suds aplenty, but they do not contribute to the cleansing action. Sulphate-free body washes cleanse just as efficiently, with less foam, often using alternative ingredients derived from coconuts. Go sulphate- free if you have very dry/sensitive or eczema/dermatitis-prone skin and you may see an improvement.

Ethanolamine

Commonly listed under DEA (Diethanolamine), MEA (Monoethanolamine) and TEA (Triethanolamine), Ethanolamine is a potential allergen and irritant which can persist in the human body. It’s more common in hair products with bleach – and not particularly kind to hair – but it can pop up in shower gels from time to time.

Phthalates

Typically found in fragrances, phthalates are endocrine disrupters that can potentially interfere with hormones, impacting fertility.

Parabens

Parabens are artificial antimicrobial preservatives used to extend the shelf life and purity of personal care products by reducing the growth of bacteria and mould. Also called isoproplyparaben, propylparaben, butylparaben and isobutylparaben, methylparaben. These are known endocrine disrupters that can potentially interfere with hormones, impacting fertility.

Quaternium-15

Otherwise known as formaldehyde, unsurprisingly, this can cause major irritation to the skin.

Triclosan

Formerly found in some anti-bacterial-based body wash, hand wash and toothpaste, Triclosan persists in the environment and hinders our wider fight against antibiotic resistance.

The Best Men’s Shower Gels & Body Washes

A good men’s shower gel should look after the skin, smell fantastic, be highly concentrated, incorporate high-quality ingredients and generally offer good value for money. So, without further ado, it’s time to lather up with the best body washes the male grooming world has to offer right now.

Quick Jump: Affordable | Mid-Priced | Luxury

Affordable

Horace Orange Blossom & Petitgrain Shower Gel

Do you love the smell of Tom Ford’s Neroli Portofino but don’t fancy the price quite as much? We’re here to tell you can waft around in a similar scent for a fraction of the price, from a user-friendly bottle (because that awkward square TF one is anything but). The all-natural ingredients list includes petit grain essential oil and witch hazel water to calm red or irritated skin.

Buy now at Horace

Harry’s Redwood Shower Gel

Subscription king Harry’s has added a new fragrance, Redwood, to its popular range of affordable shower gels (we love the Shiso and Fig too). Inspired by the soaring cedar and sequoia forests of the North Pacific coastline, it’s ideal for some indoor shinrin yoko or forest bathing.

Sulphate and paraben free, this fresh, woody cleanser will wash away dirt and grime, without leaving the skin feeling dry or your bank balance too low.

Buy now at Target

Bulldog Black Pepper & Vetiver Shower Gel

If you want more bang for your buck and don’t want to compromise on quality, Bulldog gives arguably the best value for money with its generous 500ml, bulk-buy body cleansers. The fragrance is 100% natural, the bottle is recycled plastic and proving that you don’t need to spend mega bucks to live a greener lifestyle.

This earthy, spicy scent of peppery vetiver will help warm your cockles on a cold winter’s morning or evening.

Buy now at Amazon

The Ritual of Hammam Foaming Shower Gel

Steam room off limits due to social distancing? Or just don’t fancy sitting in a sweatbox next to a semi-naked stranger? Recreate a rejuvenating spa experience in the comfort of your own home with this hammam-inspired foaming shower gel. The scent of rosemary and eucalyptus oil help conjure the purifying, reinvigorating sensations of a pore opening, lung clearing steam clean.

Buy now at LookFantastic

Triumph & Disaster YLF Body Wash

A one-for-all cleanser dubbed ‘Your Little Friend’ because it can be used on the hair, body and even sub for shaving foam if you’re caught short. YLF contains skin helping argan oil, green tea, kawakawa extract and vitamin E with a very light scent of sandalwood and neroli.

Buy now at Mankind

Korres Guava Shower Gel

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Delivering a deliciously invigorating blend of tropical fruits, this creamy-foam shower gel featuring wheat proteins and Althea extract helps maintain the skin’s natural moisture levels and leaves you feeling fresher than a Starburst.

Buy now at Amazon

Mid-Priced

Molton Brown Re-Charge Black Pepper Shower Gel

 

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Molton Brown’s best-selling shower gel and it’s easy to see why – it offers an incredibly manly scent with a rich and satisfying lather. No surprise, then, that it’s popular with men across the globe and the winner of countless industry awards. The price is more than reasonable when you consider it has a concentrated formula which lasts a long, long time. Use sparingly.

Buy now at Amazon

Malin+Goetz Rum Body Wash

This Rum Body (+ Hand) Wash, from science-meets-nature experts Malin+Goetz, is designed to gently yet effectively purify and balance all skin types. The foaming cleansing gel synthesises 0.5% warm Dark Rum EDT fragrance with protein amino acids and natural glycerin, leaving skin thoroughly cleansed, hydrated and smelling fantastic.

It produces a rich lather and rinses off without residue whilst being non-irritating, drying or stripping the skin, reducing epidermal stress.

Buy now at MR PORTER

Baxter of California Invigorating Body Wash

 

A super-hydrating shower gel that gently washes away dirt and debris without stripping skin of moisture. Featuring bracing notes of zesty Italian lime, bergamot and pomegranate, it’s great for jump-starting your morning routine or post-workout showers.

Buy now at MR PORTER

Kiehl’s Bath And Shower Liquid Body Cleanser

A truly masculine-smelling shower gel from Manhattan’s oldest pharmacy (now part of L’Oreal). A rich texture which produces a generous lather. This smells like the gentlemen of yesteryear, very manly.

Buy now at Kiehl’s

retaW Fragrance Shampoo For Body And Soul

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Anything with “a fragrance for your body and soul” in the product title will instantly capture our attention. Combine this with the richest lather you’ve ever seen, retaW’s spicy NATURAL MYSTIC scent, potent organic ingredients and you get an incredible shower gel worthy of any bathroom.

Buy now at END.

Heinrich Barth Skin Softening Body Cleanser No. 04 Dakar

Named after the prominent 19th Century German explorer of Africa, Heinrich Barth is a worthy newcomer to our shower stable. Made in Italy and free from PEGs, SLES, parabens, silicone and mineral oils, this tightly edited skincare range is predominantly unscented, with the exception of two amazing shower gels, named after exotic destinations: Mykynos and Dakar. The latter is a warming cocktail of tropical fruits and plants with extracts of vanilla, banana, mango, pineapple, papaya leaf and aloe.

Buy now at Wolf & Badger

Scandinavisk SKOG Body Wash

Danish brand Scandinavisk makes a range of body washes inspired by the natural wonders of the Nordic countries: Fjord, Oy, Hav, Ro and Skog. It sounds like a name given to flat-pack furniture, but skog means “forest” in Swedish/ Norwegian and it has a clean, crisp scent of pine needles, fir cones, birch sap and woodland lily of the valley.

Scandinavisk uses recyclable bioplastic packaging made from sustainably farmed sugar cane, and creates fragrances using local spring water and certified vegan and organic natural ingredients.

Buy now at Amazon

Luxury

Aēsop Citrus Melange Body Cleanser

The defacto signature of stylish bathrooms everywhere, Aesop has a new body cleanser with a pure medley of citrus, garnered from petit grain, lemon and grapefruit rind. Zingy and zesty – it’s refreshing like a glass of pressed OJ with a side of grapefruit first thing in the morning.

Buy now at FeelUnique

Acqua Di Parma x La DoubleJ Blu Mediterraneo Shower Mousse Fico di Amalfi

A collaboration between Italy’s finest fragrance house and swanky home label La DoubleJ was always a going to be a match made in interiors heaven. Known for its bold prints, the La DoubleJ takeover of the Blu Mediterraneo range is an Instagram-friendly bath and body range for home decor fans everywhere.

Made with olive, sweet almond and grape seed oils and a lush, fig laden scent, this soft shower mousse is a mental mini break to the steep cliffs of the Amalfi Coast.

Buy now at John Lewis

Jo Malone London Cypress & Grapevine Exfoliating Shower Gel

Never one to shy away from superlative shower experiences, Jo Malone has an exfoliating shower gel, an ancillary to new intense scent, Cypress & Grapevine. Smooth the skin with extract of bamboo and smell fresh with this warm, woody chypre in the style of classic masculine cologne.

Buy now at John Lewis

DS & Durga Body Wash Rose Atlantic

New York perfumers, DS & Durga, has branched out into body care recently, bringing its superior scents to three fragranced body cleansers; Debaser, Bowmakers and Rose Atlantic. Rose Atlantic harnesses lemon oil, salt water and rose accord for pure, East Coast beach vibes. It contains argan oil, Vitamin C and aloe to help keep skin happy and healthy.

Buy now at MR PORTER

Sisley Eau de Campagne Gentle Bath and Shower Gel

Created by renowned perfumer Jean-Claude Ellena (of Terre D’Hermès fame), Eau de Campagne is a transportive scent that conjures up rolling fields of lush green; lemon, tomato leaf, basil and oakmoss – it’s like shelling broad beans in a summer garden. Sales have been strong since 1974 and still smells modern. Uplifting and gender neutral, it’s steep but worth it to smell this great – if only for those special occasions.

Buy now at AllBeauty

Maison Francis Kurkdjian Masculin Pluriel Scented Shower Cream

When you just want to douse yourself in a fabulous scent, may we suggest this scented shower cream from top perfumer, Maison Francis Kurkdjian. This woody, leathery fougére is a very sophisticated take on a classic barbershop aroma, with an effortlessly luxury look.

Buy now at John Lewis

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