Malkha is pure cotton cloth made directly from raw cotton in the village close to cotton fields and combines traditional Indian principles of cloth making with modern small-scale technology.Â The name Malkha was made up by combining the first syllables of mulmul and khadi.Â Â Malkha fabric is soft, it breathes, absorbs, holds colour, reflects its handmade heritage in its texture. Malkha is porous and Khadi like in its texture. This hand printed Malkha saree is perfect for this Summ
Dry skin is one of those things that, if you don’t think about it all that much, probably doesn’t seem like it’s too terrible. Like, it’s inconvenient, sure, and maybe not the most aesthetically pleasing skin condition in the world (as opposed to, say, the bronzed, supple, fully-moisturized limbs you see in fashion magazines), but it’s not all that bad. Then, it happens to you, and you realize that it is, in fact, all that bad. It’s ashy. Flaky.