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Give an hour daily for your body.

Just within few weeks, you will get an idea on difference

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sunnie wrote:

Give an hour daily for your body.

Just within few weeks, you will get an idea on difference

to each their own!
i’ve known people who do like pampering themselves (their bodies) and often take massages, physio therapy massages or the usual skin/face care routines at spas, saloons.
and then there also are others who (beyond a point) simply let go or embrace whatever comes there way…. DESPITE HAVING THE MEANS, RESOURCES (AND TIME) TO INDULGE themselves.

Like for me, i do not know if i would ever really want to get regular facials or skin care treatments done outside… even if i had the time or willingness to spend the money.
But the odd one or two times i did visit VLCC (for hair trim) i did acquaint few people (men) who would regularly patronise such places for skin treatment too.
I even visited “Juice” on the recommendation of Adhuna (Bhabani)Akhtar’s ex-colleague from her MTV days, just becsuse the person thought and insisted i could do with some style makeover.
Frankly though, when i came out of http://travel.cnn.com/mumbai/play/juice-lite-mu... the place, i simply felt like a Pomeranian who might have had a forced bath and did not fully get to dry itself.
Ofcourse, the staff at ‘Juice’ referred to as spiky hair, spiked look.
The person who recommended ‘Juice’ to me, did know me enough to dissuade me from even visiting Hakim Aalim type people (too Bollywoody: Sanjay Dutt) despite him being on first name basis with Aalim Hakim.

I also have aunts (real and cousin mamis) some of whom have used hair colours for decades.. while others who carry a silver pate with pride🙂 and confidence. (yes, my mother’s cousin’s wife, my aunt now has all white hair and she still is no less a stunning individual. She isn’t even that old. Some children might barely be completing their PG studies).

so i guess, it really is a matter of individual choice.
To the average Joe like me or to many others for whom 12-15 hour workdays + daily commute is a way of life, such “luxuries” as spa or salon may not matter.
While to some, the boost in self esteem or aristocracy would be closely linked with comfort or sense of being.

I do too confess that in my day i too used homemade pastes/ scrubs of millets like bajra (flour) mixed with fresh milk/cream or desi curd.


but there also exist people like Harnaam who move past such things be their sole defining point/s.

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SP4 wrote:

to each their own!
i’ve known people who do like pampering themselves (their bodies) and often take massages, physio therapy massages or the usual skin/face care routines at spas, saloons.
and then there also are others who (beyond a point) simply let go or embrace whatever comes there way…. DESPITE HAVING THE MEANS, RESOURCES (AND TIME) TO INDULGE themselves.

Like for me, i do not know if i would ever really want to get regular facials or skin care treatments done outside… even if i had the time or willingness to spend the money.
But the odd one or two times i did visit VLCC (for hair trim) i did acquaint few people (men) who would regularly patronise such places for skin treatment too.
I even visited “Juice” on the recommendation of Adhuna (Bhabani)Akhtar’s ex-colleague from her MTV days, just becsuse the person thought and insisted i could do with some style makeover.
Frankly though, when i came out of http://travel.cnn.com/mumbai/play/juice-lite-mu... the place, i simply felt like a Pomeranian who might have had a forced bath and did not fully get to dry itself.
Ofcourse, the staff at ‘Juice’ referred to as spiky hair, spiked look.
The person who recommended ‘Juice’ to me, did know me enough to dissuade me from even visiting Hakim Aalim type people (too Bollywoody: Sanjay Dutt) despite him being on first name basis with Aalim Hakim.

I also have aunts (real and cousin mamis) some of whom have used hair colours for decades.. while others who carry a silver pate with pride🙂 and confidence. (yes, my mother’s cousin’s wife, my aunt now has all white hair and she still is no less a stunning individual. She isn’t even that old. Some children might barely be completing their PG studies).

so i guess, it really is a matter of individual choice.
To the average Joe like me or to many others for whom 12-15 hour workdays + daily commute is a way of life, such “luxuries” as spa or salon may not matter.
While to some, the boost in self esteem or aristocracy would be closely linked with comfort or sense of being.

I do too confess that in my day i too used homemade pastes/ scrubs of millets like bajra (flour) mixed with fresh milk/cream or desi curd.


but there also exist people like Harnaam who move past such things be their sole defining point/s.

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