Healthy skin is a reflection of overall wellness”. This quote beautifully sums up the need to protect your skin against all odds because it reflects the state of your inner self. So a basic mantra to attain a glowing skin is to stay healthy and happy from inside.

The next step is to first understand your skin type and then caress it with the right kind of care. However, we generally don’t pay any heed to such details and victimize our skin with chemical loaded beauty care products. Such products damage the skin and make it appear dull and worn out.

According to Ayurveda, there are basically three types of skin- Vata, Pitta, and Kapha. Let’s try to understand each of these types.

Vata Skin Type

The Vata type is characterized by dry, rough, wrinkled, and thin skin with small pores. It is highly sensitive to dry windy weather and can get easily dehydrated. If not treated with care, vata skin can age faster and look dry and flaky always.

Tips for Vata Skin Care

Apply products that contain a fusion of essential oils and natural herbs

Try to minimize the level of your mental and emotional stress as it pumps out vital juices out of the skin and makes it dehydrated

Drink at least 8 glass of water every day and consume juicy fruits in your regular diet

Correct the Vata imbalance by taking Vata Churna and VataTea

 Pitta Skin Type

Pitta type is characterized by fair, sensitive, and soft skin. It is vulnerable to freckles and moles and has tolerance to hot and spicy food. In absence of proper care, this skin type can develop rashes, acne, or sunburns.

Tips for Pitta Skin Care

Apply products that produce cooling effect on the skin

Protect yourself from harsh Sun rays by applying natural Sun protection creams

Avoid consuming hot and spicy food and exercising in the hot area

Drink plenty of water every day and consume healthy organic food

Avoid the application of chemical-based cosmetics

Kapha Skin Type

People with Kapha type have oily, heavy, soft, dull, dense skin with large pores. Compared to other two types, this one is less prone to ageing and wrinkles. This skin type is susceptible to enlarged pores, excessive oil, blackheads, and pimples. If not treated well, it can develop cystic acne.

Tips for Kapha Skin Care

Stay away from oily, fried, and heavy foods and switch to green leafy vegetables

Detoxify your body with fruits and vegetables and keep your digestive system in order

Consume Kapha Churna and Kapha Tea to correct the kapha imbalance in your body

Drink plenty of water every day and eat more of fruits and green vegetables

After you have identified your skin type, the next step is to choose the right products. A right kind of skin care with right kind of products leads to healthy and glowing skin. The best way to do this is by opting for natural and herbal products. Market is flooded with natural skin care products but always remember that the word ‘natural’ is not regulated and the authenticity of its claim needs to be checked every time.