V care hair removal foam

Looking for the best hair removal cream for your unwanted hair??

Have you tired of removing hair by waxing and threading here is a new product which which help to remove your unwanted hair with no pain no strain..

Yes you heard it right it’s easy to use foam to get smooth skin with amazing fragrance, safe with affordable price.. Hair removal has become an integral part of our society, and almost everyone is always looking for the best and safest way to remove unwanted hair.

 

V care is always better for those who dont want to go for threading or waxing.. As its the best substitute to it and this normal skin packing has nice fragnance than its sensitive skin range..

Vcare’s Hair removal foam is one of the fine way to remove your hairs from body. Using this product is very simple. You apply this foam with a nozzle or your hand, leave it on for a specified amount of time, then wipe it off. There isn’t any learning curve or any complicated instructions.

VCare’s Brand new revolution beauty hair removal foam that removes unwanted hair fast and efficiently with pain-free! We have to just spray , wait and wipe it off to get a silky smooth skin.. My daughter have extremely sensitive skin which is prone to rashes and redness on the usage of any new product on her skin. This foam worked effectively and within 15 minutes she had silky smooth skin! So definitely try if you have sensitive skin like her. It’s suitable for legs, arms, under arms and bikini line..

Key Features:

It’s enriched with ingredients such as Aloe Vera juice, That makes your skin smoother. Glucoside, and that’s going to moisturize your skin because it is plant-derived, biodegradable, and gentle for all hair types.

Benefits:

Remove hair in seconds and exfoliates, Pain-free & irritation free, Stop shaving or waxing, Spray & wipe in just 5 minutes.

Sensitivity:

The skin will become very soft and sensitive. By regular use of this foam the skin became smoother also.We can wear selves dress without any guiltiness. This hair remover foam is affordable, painless and easy to use.

Painless :

Unless you have overly sensitive skin or are allergic to an ingredient in this foam are completely painless. Always test the foam on a small patch of skin to check for any reactions before using it.

Features:

Remove hair in seconds and exfoliates Pain-free & irritation free Stop shaving or waxing Spray & wipe in just 5 minutes Get silky smooth skin. It’s really handy and worth the money product, totally Hassel free, I found it very useful in today’s hectic life, as it will save a lot of mine time, Hair Removal is just amazing leaving my skin soft and supple… The result was smooth and it is unisex so great for men too who don’t want razor stubble. My hubby used it for under arms before going to the gym. He too started loving this product…

Vcare hair removal foam advanced formula gives you a experience painless hair removal  within the comfort of your home so you don’t have to worry about salon appointments. ! I will definitely recommend this product to my friends and family…. Give it a try…

Rajdhani Diwali Thali

This Diwali plan don’t miss to visit and have delicious Rajasthani food.. You definetly should be a great appetite to even have a look at the menu of Rajdhani Diwali Rajasthani Thali. It gives you a feel of chappan bog with more than 28 dishes from starters to desserts which makes you feel a royal way brunch…

My kids really enjoyed it as they were welcomed in traditional Rajasthani way with a sweet & bindi…

Also served hand wash on table…

The ambiance was very cool makes us feel we are in Rajasthan..

All staffs were very kind and helpful always ready to help us with a big smile on their face…

The mix of the tales, of the streets of Rajasthan and Gujarat, brought out lavishly by Rajdhani Thali.
They served with some laziz drinks before the meal like, Lemon water, Mango lassi, Jaljeera Pudina and Rose lassi.


To start off with “farsans” Rajwadi samosas and Paneer khamans, with the all time favourite Dal Baati Churma.. and mouth-watering lajawab sabjis which includes, Jodhpurs Kaju Masala, Surti Undhiyu, Bhindi Sambhara and Pindi Choule, with unlimited hot and fluff assorted Indian breads like, Phulkas, Sooji pooris, Methi Theplas and Bajra Rotlas. Moreover there were also three amazing varieties of Dal served, which were Surti Dall (Sweet one), Cholar Dal and Kanda kadhi (Spicy one).

Moving on to rice varieties, they again surprised with their delicious delicacies like, Vegetable Kesari Pulao, Jaipuri Ramo Ram Khichdi, Jeera rice and Anardhana Curd rice.


A meal never ends without some sweet spoils! They served unlimited hot jalebis, Akhrot halwa, Sitafal Basundhi and Malpua with Rabdi..

There were also many accompaniments which were available through the course of the meal like the Bharela Mirchi, Pickle, Dice Onion & Lemon Wedge, Roasted Paapad, Pudina Masala Chaas..


The ambience was very much admirable with some folk music being played, just makes whole of this experience very memorable!


Hats off, to the master chef, Mr. Genaram Choudhary, who took our taste buds on an unforgettable journey through the streets of Rajasthan and Gujarat and also explained us patiently with details of food served..

If you are a foodie like me?? Then you must visit this place for sure..

@rajdhanithali ( Diwali Menu)
Taste :4/5
Cost : approx 575 + tax  per head
Fully Vegetarian

If you wanna celebrate Diwali with friends and family in a unique way and love Rajasthani food you should definitely enjoy this festival Thali from Rajdhani… Get it a try!

Mumbai-based Artist Krupa Shah Exhibited ‘Kara’ Featuring PM Modi’s Envisioned ‘New India’

The four-day exhibition witnessed signature paintings showcasing her latest in abstract art and artworks of orphans associated with Swanath Foundation
MUMBAI, Oct. 14, 2019: Krupa Shah, a prominent name in the genre of abstractionism, also donning hats as a social activist, philanthropist, and an entrepreneur, recently concluded her 4 day exhibition titled ‘Kara’ at Taj Art Gallery, Taj Mahal Palace, Colaba. The exhibition was inaugurated by Shri. Parshottam Rupala, Union Minister of State for Panchayati Raj, Agriculture and Farmers Welfare.

Smt. Kokilaben Ambani with Artist Krupa Shah
Smt. Kokilaben Ambani is checking out all New India paintings by Artist Krupa Shah

‘Kara’ was a representation of new artworks and achievements of Shah’s artistic life with the installation of her one-of-a-kind series, Abhiscka – The Chank – a reflection of her spiritual and emotional connection with the conch; Aum Collection – a depiction of her creativity stemmed out of meditation; and Vintage Buddha Collection – portrayal of her journey into painting created as a shield against sorrow and negative energy. The highlight of the exhibition was a signature painting showcasing Hon’ble PM Modi’s message for ‘New India’ in line with the slogan – Jai Jawan, Jai Kisan, Jai Vigyan, and Jai Anusandhan.

Speaking about the exhibition, Shri. Parshottam Rupala, Union Minister of State for Panchayati Raj, Agriculture and Farmers Welfare said, “I am delighted to be a part of an event that holds works of abstraction set down by Krupa Shah. I am particularly pleased to see the signature painting dedicated to PM Modi’s vision of ‘New India.’ Much can be learned from Krupa, since she has the rare artistic gift of being able to illustrate the beauty of our surroundings that is often overlooked by us in our everyday lives. Her art accomplishes this by bringing nature, divinity, and imagination to centre-stage, ultimately pulling-off a difficult task.”

Artist Krupa Shah with Mr. Shrikant Bhartiya, OSD to Chief Minister at Mantralaya, Maharashtra

The abstract art exhibition also displayed a collection of artworks devised by the orphans of Swanath Foundation – a voluntary organization working for children who are in need of care and protection. Through a platform like ‘Kara’, Krupa Shah aimed to provide opportunities to young aspiring artists. 100% of the proceeds from the sale of the paintings of these orphans have gone to Swanath Foundation for their holistic development.

Artist Krupa Shah’s ‘New India’ Painting Unveiled by Purshottam Rupala, Union Minister of State for Agriculture, Farmers Welfare and Panchayati Raj

Commenting on the event, artist Krupa Shah said, “I am delighted to represent ‘New India’ in a painting that reflects Hon’ble PM Modi’s vision to empower Kisan, Jawan, Vigyan, and Anusandhan. It also gives me immense pleasure to guide and offer a platform that serves as an opportunity to the kids of Swanath Foundation to present their strengths and skills through art. My art exhibition looks into paintings ranging from abstractionism to realism, and everything in between.

Artist Krupa Shah with Amla Ruia, Water Activist and Anuradha Bhatia, Chairperson, FICCI FLO Mumbai Chapter

The 4 day exhibition gathered some of the most talked about Indian personalities like Mr.Sanjay Barve, Commissioner of Police, Mumbai; Mrs. Kokilaben Ambani; Mr. Dabboo Ratnani – Celebrity Photographer; Amla Ruia, Water Activist; Mr. Vikram Fadnis – Fashion Designer; Mr. Shrikant Bhartiya, OSD to Chief Minister at Mantralaya, Maharashtra; Asha Khatau, Famous Indian Chef; Anuradha Bhatia, Chairperson, FICCI FLO Mumbai Chapter and Mrs. Manju Lodha – Chairperson of Lodha Foundation among few others.

Purshottam Rupala intrigued by an Abstract Art Painting by Artist Krupa Shah

About Krupa Shah:
Krupa Shah is an Indian artist who uses colours, textures, and experiences of her artistic life to create rhythmic, bold, and compelling art. Her career spanning two decades, Krupa Shah is a master of palette knife. The art of Shah immerses audiences in a pleasant world of energy, positivity, warmth, and light. She is best known for her signature paintings, Abhiscka – The Chank, Vintage Buddha Collection and Aum Collection.

Krupa Shah redefines art with intense imagery that amalgamates spirituality with imagination. Shah, the philanthropist, has taught blind students of ‘Happy Home and School for the Blind’ to paint, making use of organic scented colours. In a bid to support social causes, Shah has dedicated paintings to the drought-affected farmers of Maharashtra and a tribute to Asifa by raising funds for good. The environmental crusader was also actively involved in helping birds quench their thirst during peak summers by placing over 300 self-carved clay pots across different areas of South Mumbai and planting over 500 trees.

Website: www.krupashah.in
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