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Summary Skin is categorized is normal, oily or dry. But whatever their quality, each type of skin requires some amount of moisture to provide nourishment to the cells and boost circulation.
According to Ayurveda, different doshas exhibit different skin qualities
Vata skin is dry and rough, Pitta is sensitive and sweaty, while Kapha skin is oily and soft
For Vata Skin, crush some jasmine (chameli) petals and mix them with ghee.
Pitta dominants struggling with acne, can crush some neem leaves and combine them with a carrier oil.
Kapha skin type doesn’t need a lot of moisturization, since it’s naturally oily.
Dosha is a word you would have gotten used to hearing in the field of Ayurveda. It defines both your physiology and psychology and yes, even your skin type! Here’s how each dosha affects the skin:
Vata type skin is dry, rough, and delicate.
Pitta type skin has a tendency of being sensitive, sweaty, and flushed.
Kapha type skin is usually oily, cool, and soft.
While every kind of skin has a different tendency towards being either dry or oily, each of them has to be moisturised to provide nourishment to the skin and also to boost circulation.
Crush some jasmine (chameli) petals and mix them with ghee, almond (badam) or sesame (til) oil. Rub this into your skin with gentle circular motions.
Pitta dominants should opt for a base of ghee, coconut (nariyal), or sunflower (surajmukhi) oil combined with a few drops of cooling rose water. If you struggle with acne, you can even crush some neem leaves and put them in the oil.
Since Kapha skin type is already oily, a simple facial massage with sesame (til) oil is all you need to get that glow.
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