To achieve a state of beauty and health of the skin, Ayurveda analyzes more deeply, and beyond the simple external use of cosmetics. The skin is the outer face of the plasma or rasa dathu in Sanskrit, the first of the body's tissues. Plasma health is related to our digestive capacity and the quality of the food we eat. It can be said if an individual is healthy through the skin.
The skin is also connected to the Vata dosha, being the initial point of contact with air, wind and atmosphere, forming this initial protective barrier between the outer and inner worlds. Dosha vata is related to the aging process, by manifesting qualities of dryness, causing a direct impact on the skin in the form of wrinkles, and signs of aging.
Ayurveda uses natural oils, especially that of sesame because it has the capacity to nourish the skin extremely and to prevent the signs of aging and improving and stimulating the circulation, the joints and improving the health not only of the skin, but of health .We can bring medicines to help in the rejuvenation of the skin in a direct way, as an example, the application of oils medicated through massage, 'abhyanga' or auto abhyanga, through face masks with natural powders, clays, ayurvedic formulations using nature and being highly organic And beneficial.
Ayurveda also indicates a diet to balance the doshas so that health is established and that digestion and nutrition is done properly, thus reflecting on the state of skin health and rejuvenation. Ayurveda puts us in the consciousness that for have a healthy skin and to rejuvenate process is to look more deeply at the causes and thus to act in an integral way for the prevention and reaching a state of health more complete and real.
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