This year, say yes to a safe Holi that’s filled with colours that are organic and natural. Play it safe and either head to these places or order online to buy organic holi colours in Mumbai.
Buying colours during Holi is a must and organic colours are the best option as they are safe and won’t irritate your skin. So if you are all set to play Holi and thinking about where to buy organic Holi colours in Mumbai, check this list!
1. Rang Barse
This shop in Masjid Bandar claims to offer 100% non-toxic and eco-friendly gulals made from natural ingredients. Their colours are skin-friendly and even safe for kids. And, so we think you can give them a try if you are anywhere near the town side.
Where: Kjk Traders, 82, New Bardan Ln, Khand Bazar, Vadgadi, Masjid Bandar West, Masjid Bandar..
2. Green Practices
Green Practices is a company that offers sustainable alternative products such as Ganpati Idols, Organic Holi Colours, Organic Mangoes, Cold-Pressed and Organic oils, Biodegradable Plastic Bags, and Home and Community Composters. Buy organic holi colours made from corn starch and not worry about rashes & skin irritations the next day!
Where: Green Practices, Plot 38-39, Scheme 6, Road 2, Sion East.
3. TriBolt Safety Solutions
Though TriBolt Safety is a fire protection service, they are also selling organic holi colours this festive season that is non-toxic on a kid’s skin which makes sure that it does not harm it. They also have some really cool colour blasters.
Contact: +91 81692 70166
4. Rang Barse
This store is another good option for you if you are looking for organic holi colours in Mumbai and even delivers them to your doorstep. They also claim that the colours are 100% non-toxic, made from natural sources, and eco-friendly.
Contact: 099200 9809
Adrish claims to be India’s 1st zero-waste organic groceries store chain that offers home decor, beauty, food, cleaning, and more such products that are sustainable. They also sell handmade organic gulal that are made with natural flowers, fruits & Vegetables extract as well as besan & ragi flour. Do check them if you like bright colours.
Where: Andheri, Bandra, and Vikhroli.
Also Read: Try these Holi snack recipes and enjoy a snacky feast this festive season!
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