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Ayurveda’s Approach to Skin Type Understanding

Ayurveda’s Approach to Skin Type Understanding

Your skin, according to Ayurveda, is a reflection of your internal energies and can give you hints about how harmoniously or discordantly your body and mind are functioning. Additionally, by becoming more aware of your skin type, you can efficiently provide it with the inside-out nourishment it requires. At Reshmona Vedic, we have developed a whole skincare range taking into account the particularities of your constitutional makeup. Every one of our products has high-potency plant medicine added to it, which will leave your skin glowing, nourished, and balanced. 

 

One or two doshas will predominate, and their characteristics will be reflected in your skin depending on your genetics and lifestyle. If your airy Vata dosha, for instance, predominates, your skin may be dry, sensitive, and chilly to the touch. A Pitta dosha person will have reddish, warm, and slightly oily skin. Firm, greasy, and chilly to the touch skin results from an earthier Kapha dosha.

 

Ayurvedic medicine teaches that using chemicals that are opposite or harmonizing to your dosha will result in good skin.

 

Discover Your Dosha With Ayurveda’s Guide To Your Skin

 

Ayurveda helps you understand your skin better by identifying the imbalance of particular doshas in your body, specifically Vata, Pitta, and Kapha.

 

Vata Skin

Combining the components of air and space, Vatta skin is typically dry to the touch and has a thin epidermis. The general traits can vary, but they typically have a calming, cool tone and are easily hydrated with little retention of the same. The skin is frequently thin, and although these people are more prone to ageing symptoms like wrinkles and fine lines, they are also frequently endowed with less acne and the desired delicate porcelain appearance.

 

Pitta Skin

It is extremely sensitive to the outside environment and is based on the fire element. More breakouts than any other skin type are caused by this sensitivity, which also makes the skin more prone to acne. It is typically warm to the touch, highly susceptible to scarring, and extremely sensitive to spicy meals. Pitta skin is consequently sensitive to the sun and prone to inflammation, irritation, acne, and redness. Pitta skin is considered to have a warm glow and is frequently fair with freckles and/or moles. 

 

Kapha Skin

This skin type is the most resilient of all skin types and tends to have more melanin to balance out the sensitivity. It is characterised primarily by the qualities of elements like earth and water. The skin of a kapha person can produce a lot of sweat, oil, and grease, but it also protects against sunburn and heals more quickly than other types of skin. Because of this, people with Kapha skin may be more prone to cystic acne, but they also benefit from having thick, velvety skin, which helps postpone the onset of ageing and keeps their young glow for longer. In order to avoid breakouts, plugged pores, and fungal infections, it is beneficial to cleanse extremely frequently for kapha persons who may experience water retention and excess oil.

 

Combination of Skin

A few skin types frequently combine the aforementioned doshas, and an ayurvedic practitioner can quickly identify the imbalance. Based on the nature of your skin, you may have a combination of a dry and sensitive Vatta-Pitta imbalance, an oily and sensitive Kapha-Pitta imbalance, or a combination of dry and oily areas on your skin due to a Vata-Kapha imbalance.

 

Knowing your skin type can help you choose skin care products that are right for you and spend your money on cosmetics wisely. Visit our shop to order unique formula for skincare according to your skin type and maintain your skin wisely under the blessings of nature.