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Superbeing Admin   March 21, 2017, 9:24 p.m.

Ayurvedic Tips for a Beautiful Skin

If you stay young, look healthy, say goodbye to expensive creams, instead apply the knowledge of Ayurveda and expect to see their results in a short period of time.

The skin, the largest organ of the body, is the most faithful reflection of your age.The more harmful stimuli you eat - from food, stress and the environment around you, the more you will be affected and damaged.

Beauty problems has always been a headache for women. No matter how fashionable your clothes are, it is completely useless if one thing is missing: health. Health is beauty and Ayurveda can work wonders to your skin.

Ayurveda is practiced more than 5000 years ago and it is all about balance. Physical, energetic and emotional balance translates into a healthier-and beautiful-version of oneself. An Ayurvedic rejuvenation therapy is known for their effectiveness, with tangible and visible results for those not wanting to spend a fortune on skin creams or contaminate it with chemicals more harmful than productive.

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Ayurvedic view of skin beautification comprises of the following-

Identifying your skin type-

For Ayurveda, there are three basic doshas: Vata (ether and air), Pitta (fire and water) and finally Kapha (earth and water). Each corresponds to a style of physical structure, skin and character.

Your skin is Vata if it tends to be dry and rough; If it is cool to the touch and feel. It is associated with reduced bone structure, ease of weight loss and an anxious personality. What is advisable in these cases is to consume mangos, oranges and cherries to stimulate their health and beauty.

Pitta skins, on the other hand, tend to be soft, sensitive, greasy, pale and, under stress, may experience hives. Their hair is usually fine and characterized by an accelerated metabolism. For this type of skin, it is ideal to ingest avocado, green salads and sunflower seeds .


The last type is Kapha, which is characterized by thick, oily skin and usually cool to the touch. They usually have enlarged pores and blackheads. Those who carry it are usually of great build and are characterized by being peaceful and calm. To get the most out of this type of skin, you should eat nuts, blueberries and basmati rice.

Now that you know what kind of skin you have, look for your balance with the following tips:

Include vegetables into your diet-

Especially those that have rich water content like lettuce, carrots and radishes, are highly recommended for all three skin types. When it comes to eating, Ayurveda suggests that the stomach should be filled in a proportional division between water, food and air.

Regular Exercise-

The physical activity is not only recommended by Ayurveda to keep fit, but also to eliminate toxins through sweat, a unique and spectacular skin therapy. It will also help your blood circulation and gives you extra energy.

For the Vata dosha it is recommended to walk and perform yoga - although the latter is always recommended and its philosophy has many points in common with Ayurveda. For pitta skins, swimming and watersports are suggested. And the most intense sports are ideal for Kapha.


Dehydrated skin often responds to emotional and mental stress, according to Ayurveda. To attract good energies, positive before an important meeting or serene before bed, a good technique of relaxation is necessary.

Take note of this breathing technique: with one hand on your belly and the other on your chest, begin to inhale to your belly, then inhale to the ribs and feel your lungs fill with air. Be aware of how it enters and then, when you breathe out, make sure you walk the opposite way: the lungs, the ribs and finally exhale the air of the belly. Exhaling is essential to remove the vitiated air from the body, according to Ayurveda. Repeat the exercise for five to ten minutes.

Treatments for each Skin Type-

For Vata skins, it is recommended to avoid very hot baths as this can be dried. Consuming lots of water per day, using balanced pH soaps and an aloe vera massage will keep you radiant and young.


Pitta is the most susceptible skin, it is recommended to exfoliate it with a mixture of sugar and cream, and moisturize it with coconut oil.

For a Kapha, an exfoliation with sea salt and honey is enough to keep her healthy.

If you want to rejuvenate 10 years, stay young, look healthy, say goodbye to expensive creams, apply the knowledge of Ayurveda and expect to see their results in a short time.

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