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Ayurvedic Treatment For Skin & Hair

As skin is the largest organ of the body and also the key to indicator of our state of health, it is extremely important to take good care of it. Gentle Ayurvedic Healing not only pampers your skin but can also relieve some of the most chronic skin conditions that affect your life. 

According to Dr. K.S Verma, Your Dosha (Body Constitution) determines your skin type:

Vata Skin
Dry and rough skin, cold to the touch. A thin outer layer, can contribute to premature wrinkles and aging. Exposure to incompatible food, lack of water and oil, excessive mental, physical stress & insufficient rest can aggravate aging in this skin type. Ayurvedic treatments and skin care products nourish Vata skin from the inside out creating a healthy glow.

Pitta Skin
Can be fair, reddish or freckled, easily affected by heat and sun, burns easily, can be sensitive or oily and prone to acne and inflammation. Incompatible foods, stress and chemicals can agitate this skin type. Toxins can manifest in the skin as inflammation, blemishes and acne. Ayurveda eliminates these problems by detoxifying and cleansing from the inside out. 

Kapha Skin
Smooth, thick, moist, pale, ages well. Can be oily and prone to large pores, black/whiteheads and acne. Excessive oil excretion combined with dirt results in the clogging of the skin pores. Incompatible food and a sedentary lifestyle can agitate this skin type. Ayurvedic treatments and remedies increase blood circulation and detoxify the skin, restoring balance.

Ayurvedic View Of Hair

Your hair, when it is healthy, reflects your constitution—your unique ratio of vata, pitta, and kapha. And because we each have all three doshas in our constitutions, it is entirely possible (common, even) for our hair to express a combination of different doshic characteristics. In other words, it is rare to find someone with exclusively vata-type hair, pitta-type hair, or kapha-type hair. You will likely recognize traits from at least two doshas in your hair, and possibly all three.

Ayurvedic Hair Types

Healthy Vata-Type Hair is relatively thin, but often a bit coarse, may be straight, curly, or a combination of the two, grows quickly, and can be a bit unruly—potentially making it more challenging to style.

Healthy Pitta-Type Hair is straight, soft, predictable, and of moderate thickness, but very fine.

Healthy Kapha-Type Hair is typically wavy, lustrous, full, strong, coarse, and thick.

Common Imbalances

Excess Vata causes the hair to be dry, frizzy, brittle, and lusterless. It also causes the hair to thin, fall out in clumps, become shorter and more difficult to grow out, and present with split ends.

Excess Pitta causes excess heat in the hair follicles, which can damage the hair and lead to premature thinning, early greying, and baldness. Heat in the hair follicles is often accompanied by a tendency to be hot-headed, short-tempered, or excessively ambitious.

Excess Kapha causes excessive oiliness, heaviness, and thickness in the hair.

Skin and Hair

Ayurvedic Treatment for Psoriasis

Psoriasis is a chronic skin disease which causes a rapid production of new skin cells leading to scaling and thickening of the skin in patches. We at Aarogyacare Ayurveda, provide the most effective Ayurvedic treatment for psoriasis in Delhi.

Ayurvedic Treatment for Eczema

Eczema is a condition where patches of skin become inflamed, itchy, red, cracked, and rough. Blisters may sometimes occur. Often called as Dermatitis, Eczema is a term for a group of medical conditions that causes the skin to become

Ayurvedic Treatment for Fungal Disease

Fungal disease is chronic Skin disease caused by fungus with itching as the main symptom. A fungus that invades the tissue can cause a disease that’s confined to the skin, spreads into tissue, bones and organs or affects the whole body.

Ayurvedic Treatment for Rosacea

Rosacea is a chronic inflammatory disease that typically affects the face. It results in redness, pimples, swelling and small, superficial dilated blood vessels. Flare-ups often occur in cycles. Symptoms are often recurring and it worsens with time if left untreated. 

Ayurvedic Treatment For Urticaria

Urticaria (chronic hives) is the most common allergic skin diseases. It usually starts with Edema (swelling), red wheals with clearly defined borders on the skin that appear suddenly either as a result of the body’s reaction to certain allergens or for unknown reasons.

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