Wash away your worries
If you find your face slowly turning into an oil slick, blame that on the monsoon humidity. Since no one likes a greasy face, you can turn things around with a face wash that’s just right for your skin this season. We recommend the Fair & Lovely Max Fairness Oil Control Face Wash. A great first step to your skin care routine, this product will cleanse your face thoroughly and banish oil so that you’re left with bright, healthy skin.
Shave it for later
If facial hair is your pride and joy, it’s especially important to keep it groomed during the monsoon. Or else, expect a scraggly beard and moustache to ruin the rest of your appearance. We suggest adding a shaving kit and trimming scissors to your grooming kit. It’s perfect to keep the edges of your beard and moustaches neat and tidy while tackling unruly eye brows as well.
Smell like a delight
When fabrics that don’t let your body breathe come together with humidity, it can be a terrifying combination. So before the monsoon leaves you sticky and smelly, turn to Axe Signature Intense Body Perfume. A few spritzes of this masculine perfume will keep you smelling fresh and bold for hours with its deep, woody scent. Keep this handy on those humid, rainy days!
Clean up your act
If you are finding your hair getting greasy and grimy by the end of the day, pick up the right shampoo and conditioner. For that, add the TIGI Clean Up Daily Shampoo and Clean Up Peppermint Conditioner to your hair care routine. Made with lemongrass extracts, menthol and peppermint, this duo invigorates the scalp, refreshes it from the root and leaves it shiny. Even with a greasy scalp in the sticky monsoon heat, there’s none better than this pair!
When humidity gets too much and sweat constantly seems to trickle down your forehead, turn to the age old companion—the cotton handkerchief. The humble white hanky comes of use in countless situations and is ideal to blot your skin of excessive oil or perspiration. So if there’s one grooming essential you cannot leave behind in the rains, make it this one.