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What's in my parcel!

Hello everyone,

Sometimes, what the market caters to you, may not be the best. And a small vendor restricted to a selected city, might not be able to launch an advertising campaign due to various factors. Qtrove is a website that offers various such handpicked products that are decently priced and promote the products of small to medium budget manufacturers. Ranging from home decor to pet care to food & beverages, you’d get it all here. Their tagline being- ‘Curated with Love’.

More on what they believe:
At Qtrove, we believe that YOU are unique and so should be the products you buy. The experience of shopping and selling should be delightful and joyous and our aim is to release you from the “tyranny of choice”.
We have decided to handpick only the best/unique products from the choicest of vendors across the world for that curated and a personalized experience. For a change, let the marketplace be about the quality of products it sells rather than the range.

My Experience:
I collaborated with and got the opportunity to shop few products from their website. There were a lot of things that I had my eyes on but a set budget. I got all my products packed pretty well. There was an oil bottle made of glass, it was safeguarded via bubble wrap inside the inner cardboard box packaging as well! So here’s what I ordered-

   ·    Bindu’s 100% Natural Blend of Herbs Hair Oil: This hair oil is meant for promoting hair growth and controlling hair fall. It contains Amla and Curry leaves for giving a deep shine to the tresses. Bhringraj for strengthening the roots, Brahmi to stimulate nerves, Methi for softness and Neem for its anti-bacterial properties. It contains no artificial colour, dye or preservatives. It retails at INR 205 for net weight of 100 ml. You can buy yours from here
   ·    Bindu’s 100% Natural Neem Powder for Hair & Skin Care: You guys know my skin is acne prone, so I thought this powder would be like such a wonderful ingredient for my weekly face masque. It helps in healing up the dry and cracked skin, lightens up scars & pigmentation. It cures skin related problems like pimples & acne. For your hair, it prevents hair fall, lice and protects scalp. It contains no chemical or preservatives. It retails for INR 79 and you get 100 grams of the product. Buy your from here
   ·    Sipmeal: It works like a healthy meal for people who are in rush. One serving of it gives 200 calories of balanced nutrition. It is high in proteins, high fibre, vitamins & minerals. Also, it is rich in Omega-3, has no trans-fat or preservatives. This kind of drink would be a saviour for college going people or those who live in dorm. Working ladies too might end up loving it! This is prices at INR 99 for 50 grams of net content. Add to cart buy clicking here
   ·    Cocosutra Swiss Vanilla Hot Chocolate Blend: So fall is almost on the verge of knocking our door and what’s better than a hot chocolate cup in those freezing days with a novel! This Hot Chocolate Blend is manufactured and packed by Wild Child Enterprises. It retails for INR 97 for 100 grams of net weight. Click here for buying. 
      I am super enthusiastic to try them all out! I had to curb my heart from opening these goodies because I had to click pictures for the blog. I loved the fact that all of these are such innovative, natural products and that too at such an affordable prices! Qtrove definitely paved its way into my heart! *wink*
      Shipping: The shipping charges are INR 40. Your products shall arrive on your door within 3 days and well packed.
      Now, the Best part!!
      The Qtrove team was kind enough to give you guys 20% discount for the first time online paid orders above Rs. 200. This coupon code is valid till October end so visit ASAP! 
      Coupon Code- BLOGBD20
      Until Next Time,
      Take Care <3


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