Hot night dress for ladies and other skin and hair care tips for Monsoon!

Monsoon is here, and if you are anything like me, we share a love-hate relationship with the rainy season. When you are sitting indoors or stepping out for a long drive or a getaway, the showers of rain are fun and all, but in other situations, it can get gloomy and frustrating at times.

In one of our past blogs, we shared with you tips to protect your skin from harmful UV rays.


The first few things which come to anyone’s mind after hearing about the monsoon are long drives, hot tea, fritters, love, romance, and more. However, one thing that many of us fail to consider are the skin and hair problems that tag along the season of rain.

In this blog, let's have a look at some skin and hair care tips for the monsoon that will take away your worries of oily skin and/or dry or frizzy locks.


Monsoon means increased humidity which makes your skin oilier and stickier, and more dirt and dust gets clogged in your skin pores. Thus, cleansing your face at least 2-3 times a day helps you wash off these particles.

Dry your Skin

Whether you are outdoors enjoying the showers or get unintentionally wet while commuting, make sure to dry your skin as soon as you reach home. Damp skin invites bacteria, and that is the last thing you want on your skin. Also, avoid wearing skin-fitting clothes and packed footwear, rather wear breezy clothes and open footwear to let your skin breathe easily, and avoid any sort of bacterial infection.

Also, make sure to repeat your sexy night dress the other night only after drying it well, or it may too lead to infections.

Sunscreen is Must

Whether you see them or not, UV rays are there wherever there are sun rays. Thus, no matter what the season is do not forget to apply sunscreen before stepping out.


Sumers tans your skin, and when the monsoon arrives it makes your skin dry. Thus, exfoliation is vital as it helps you to get away with the dead skin cells and it also helps you get glowing and youthful skin.

Shampoo After Every Drench

Whether you drench yourself in the rainwater intentionally for fun or get your hairs wet unintentionally, do not skip washing your hairs with a mild shampoo later. Rainwater is filled with pollutants from the atmosphere until it reaches the ground, thus rinsing it off your hair is vital.

Antibacterial Hair Oil

It is humid in monsoon, so use antibacterial oils like neem oil as it keeps bacteria away from your scalp.

Avoid Sleeping with Wet Hair

No matter how tired you are or how late it is, if your hair is drenched with rainwater, make sure to wash it with shampoo. Additionally, do not sleep with wet strands and dry them completely before hitting the bed. Wet hair is weak and can easily break, thus dry them and then sleep.

In conclusion, take care of your skin and hair on these rainy days, and do not forget to check out our latest collection of red night dress for honeymoon.