Living in a city, with increasing pollution levels makes it a must for you to have your beauty regimen on point. And you don't always need to rely on pricey spa facials and wraps.
Take a cue from good ol' Ayurveda which expounds using natural ingredients to give you a skin glow. And the best part is these ingredients can be got right at home. From neem leaves to sandalwood and turmeric powder, rose water, ghee, basil and fenugreek leaves, nuts, and more, this philosophy.
Aims to nourish the skin and beautify you using holistic ways, Gwyneth Paltrow has spoken about panchakarma treatments, Kim Kardashian has taken to talk about amla-based skincare and Madonna, Demi Moore and Halle Berry are all said to be fans of it.
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Holistic wellness consultant Amrapali Patil says, "Ayurvedic is the ancient science of India. Its treatments are sans side effects. The ingredients used in it can be found easily in your kitchen. For instance, you can make a hair mask by grounding bean, curry leaves, and curd. Herbs used in Ayurveda beauty treatments include turmeric triple, pippali, and sunti each having their own use. Most famous of these is Multani mitti or fuller's earth. Different decoctions are also consumed for a skin glow. Ayurveda is also constitution based you categorize a person according to his or her dosha-Vata, pitta, and alpha. Based on these, the treatment is specified. A pitta person would be prone to acne rashes a Vata person is prone to dry skin and alpha persona have more fatty deposits on the skin and could be prone to issues like cystic acne. For them, the beauty treatments would include nagkesar( saffron) and kumkumadi oil(ayurvedic oil)as well as drinking a Kada of manjistha( Indian madder).
Ayurvedic treatment is sans side effects--herbs and plants are used as well as a host of other ingredients, found right in your kitchen.
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