This Monsoon 2020 Ditch Chemicals And Follow Ayurvedic Skincare For Flawless Skin

Allergies, fever, cold are some common diseases during this weather. Ayurvedic skincare promises to give one a flawless and glowing skin for lifelong which chemicals doesn’t

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This Monsoon 2020 Ditch Chemicals And Follow Ayurvedic Skincare For Flawless Skin
Monsoon refreshes everything and makes look beautiful but it also brings some serious health and skin problems too. During the rainy weather, people tend to fall sick more due to many reasons which include food, water. Allergies, fever, cold is some common diseases during this weather. But do you know Ayurveda has the solution for all these problems?  

Ayurvedic skincare promises to give one a flawless and glowing skin for lifelong which chemicals don’t. Currently, at many places the lockdown situation is going on due to the coronavirus and many things are not available. So, why not consider some Ayurvedic remedies for the skin which is easily available.  

What to avoid?

According to the Ayurveda, skin diseases are caused due to imbalances in all the three doshas, the prime dosha involved is pitta, which symbolises heat or fire. Therefore, hot, spicy, fried, oily and greasy foods, acidic foods like tomatoes, citrus fruits, yoghurt and vinegar should also be avoided.


Always drink 8-10 glasses of water daily. Water keeps skin hydrated and clean from inside.

Never use alcohol-based cleanser on your face. Instead, use herbal cleanser regularly to get rid of excess oil, grime and dust.

Try to use herbs that have a cooling effect such as fennel, coriander seeds and amla in monsoon. Amla helps detoxify the liver and aids digestion and other minerals.

Aloe Vera gel is very good for the skin. Use fresh aloe vera gel on your face. It has anti-ageing, anti-tanning, antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties.




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