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We Found Clean, Problem-Solving Japanese-Inspired Skincare For That Healthy Glow

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    What Makes It Awesome

    I am a skincare addict. There, I said it. And what that really means is that I have far more products than I know what to do with on a daily basis. From serums to scrubs, chemical peels to masks, each has its own pride of place in my bathroom vanity. But I'm also being rather picky these days - that means hunting out brands that I feel gel with my need to find clean skincare that isn't rough on my skin.

    That's why I was pretty excited to come across Moloshe, a skincare brand that's about creating skincare solutions that tackle your skincare needs in a natural, clean and organic way. A lockdown baby, the brand is pretty new, and currently has a select (read curated and carefully researched and self-tested, GMP certified) range of products. Kritika, the founder, tells me that the idea behind the brand was to offer clean skincare that was also effective and based on formulations that target particular skincare needs. And more than that, it's about making sure we have a complete experience when we use their products - a feeling of being pampered - the products have a luxe feel and get this, the face mask even comes with a wooden applicator brush which I think is pretty great (one of my biggest complaints with masks is application).

    If you've got pigmentation, dark spots and uneven skin tone, they've got a Vitamin C that's infused with grapefruit and kojic acid to tackle that or if you've dull skin, there's a detoxifying green clay mask (this is the one I am eyeing) that has sea algae, spirulina and chlorophyll to hydrate, cleanse, plump and brighten (whew!). Of course, we're all now familiar with the benefits of halyuronic acid, and they've got one boosted with avocado oil and glutathione, a natural antioxidant.  

    So if you're looking for cruelty-free, paraben-free, and sulphate-free skincare, Molshe ticks those boxes. Expect to shell out between INR 1000 to INR 1999 for their products. 

    What Could Be Better

    They have a limited range of products at the moment and the price tag is definitely luxe.


    We hear they are soon going to launch a hair care and make-up range as well.

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