With great enthusiasm and vigour, people wait to welcome the day. Sadly, it also has a lot of detrimental impacts on your skin and general health. What should we do to ensure a safe and enjoyable Holi?
Do’s and Don’ts for Safe Holi – Safety Advice for Holi
- On exposed areas like your face and arms, apply sunscreen.
- Prior to going outside to play holi, oil your hair thoroughly.
- Employ homemade, eco-friendly holi hues.
- Drink plenty of water to stay adequately hydrated because the sun will drain all of your energy.
- Use pichkaries and dry colouring to conserve water.
- Have a first aid kit on hand in case of emergency.
- Take a bath with a mixture of besan, curd, and turmeric right after the Holi celebration to effectively remove the colours.
- What should we avoid doing to ensure an eco-friendly and safe Holi?
- For Holi, avoid using mud, eggs, and varnish.
- Colors should not be used near the eyes, nose, mouth, or open wounds.
- Do not splatter colours on the plants and animals.
- Colors should not be played if you have a known allergy to them or if you are aschematic.
- Kerosene should not be used to remove colours.
- Never leave children unattended.
- Children should not be allowed to drop water balloons on one another since the water could be contaminated and cause an infection.