Ayurveda is a largely untapped resource for some of the best beauty secrets in the world. True to the principles of Ayurveda, Ayurvedic beauty products are designed to balance the body inside and out. Products are formulated with unique ingredients for each distinct constitution. One of the most important aspects of Ayurvedic beauty products is that all ingredients must be edible. The skin absorbs everything that is put on it, so ingredients should not introduce any toxins into the body.
There are many Ayurvedic beauty products available, but the best companies use organic, biologically active ingredients that are never tested on animals. I chose my four favorite brands that meet those criteria and are proven to be effective. All are developed by knowledgeable individuals who are trained in Ayurvedic medicine or who consult with practitioners on product development.
Once you make the move to Ayurvedic beauty products, you will never want to go back the conventional route. Organic, living, edible ingredients provide a unique experience that just can’t be found elsewhere. I love all of these products and I hope you will too! Continue reading “Top 4 Ayurvedic Beauty Brands”
Eczema is a term used for several types of skin conditions known as dermatitis. It is not itself a serious health condition, but can cause psychological stress and self-consciousness. Eczema is also an indication that the body is out of balance. According to modern medicine, there is no cure for eczema, however Ayurvedic treatment is a holistic approach that can manage eczema and sometimes cure it over time. Below are some guidelines and common recommendations for Ayurvedic treatment of eczema.
The Root of Eczema
Eczema more common in Pitta types, and almost all eczema has a Pitta component. Excess Pitta can overheat the blood and predispose the body and skin to toxic conditions. Eczema is caused by poor digestion, toxins in the bowel, incorrect diet, overuse of sour, salty, pungent, heavy, or oily foods. It can be worsened by the overuse of cosmetics, perfumes, and synthetic creams. Most skin issues arise at least in part from a Pitta imbalance. However, eczema can be rooted in an imbalance in any of the three doshas.
Eczema and the Three Doshas
An imbalance in any of the three doshas can trigger eczema. Eczema is usually related, at least in part, to a Pitta imbalance. It is not uncommon for someone to experience elements of each type of eczema, as would be the case when all three doshas are out of balance. Continue reading “Ayurveda for Eczema”