During the cold winter months, the skin is prone to dandruff, dryness and cracking, and Ayurvedic experts mostly attribute this to the imbalance between the doshas. To prevent all skin problems and return the body to balance, even when time is not right, you should follow the following tips of Ayurvedic medicine.
Wake your skin with cold water. This is a practice practiced by many who follow the laws of Ayurveda, and after washing your face with cold water, fill your mouth with water and then spray your eyes more than seven times. Squeeze the water in your mouth for a while before spitting it out. Many believe that this practice releases energy that has calmed down during the night, opens and awakens the pores.
Eat ten almonds in the morning. Dry skin in winter indicates that you lack natural oils that nourish and moisturize the skin, and almonds can help you with that. According to Ayurveda, you should soak almonds in water overnight, then remove the skin in the morning and eat them. Soaking and removing the skin makes almonds easier to digest.
Treat yourself to a daily massage. Try massaging your face on a daily basis because Ayurveda believes that the secret of healing is hidden in massage. During the massage, use quality organic oils, gently apply them on the skin and gently massage them with the tips of your hands. All those toxins that have accumulated in the skin during the day will be released, and the skin will automatically look healthier and more beautiful. In addition, your digestion and energy will automatically improve, and the massage will surely relax you.
Avoid fruits that promote dry skin. Fruits that by themselves do not have too much juice, such as apples, pears and pomegranates, are not the best choice for the winter period, although they are at the peak of the season. However, because of your skin and hydration in winter, you should choose fruits such as grapes, oranges and pineapples.
Let your kitchen be your pharmacy as well. Ayurvedic philosophy when it comes to skin care is: “Do not put anything on the skin that you would not eat.” This is because the body absorbs all the substances of the products you apply to the skin through the skin. All these ingredients can easily reach the bloodstream and affect the internal organs, and thus general health. For that reason, you need to turn your kitchen into a pharmacy and a beauty salon. Just some of the ingredients that should be found there are: organic yogurt, fruits, nuts, seeds, turmeric and fresh fruits. These are all foods that contain key ingredients necessary for your skin during the winter. What is best about these foods in whatever form you use them, whether you eat them or prepare face masks from them do not carry any side effects. We also bring you a recipe for a refreshing mask that will restore vitality to your face in the blink of an eye.
- 1 tablespoon organic honey
- 1 tablespoon fresh yogurt
- A pinch of turmeric powder
Mix all the ingredients well to get a uniform mixture, then apply the mask on the face and neck and gently massage it with pressure to strengthen its effect. After 20 minutes, rinse the mask with lukewarm water. You can easily turn this mask into a gentle face peel, and to do that, just add a spoonful of ground red lentils or a spoonful of ground almonds and use it like any other face peeling.
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