Here is how you can employ Ayurveda for your head to toe care.
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- Hair care
- Beautiful on the inside
- Saffron soft skin
- Ubtan it up
- Ginger lemon tea
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If you want a sure-fire Ayurvedic remedy for all your hair concerns, then you must try the Indulekha Bhringa Hair Oil to enrich your scalp. Infused with the goodness of three natural ingredients like amla, neem and bhringraj, the oil helps prevent hair fall, prompts hair growth, controls dandruff and gives you lustrous hair.
When it comes to hair care, fenugreek or methi seeds are great benefactors. One easy way to include them in your hair care regimen is by using the Ayush Anti Damage Fenugreek Shampoo. While the methi will boost the quality of your hair and improve its texture, the til thailam or sesame oil will restore its strength.
Beautiful on the inside
Ayurveda firmly believes in beautifying yourself from within and thus insists that you eat well for it to reflect well on your skin. Ghee is believed to be a superfood that prompts good digestion and calms nerves which in turn leads to healthy hair and skin.
Saffron soft skin
The beauty benefits of saffron or kesar are no secret—saffron is known to improve blood circulation and give you an unmatched glow from within. What if we told you, you can now include Ayurveda’s favourite ingredient in your beauty regimen without making a mess. The Ayush Natural Fairness Saffron Face Wash made with the natural goodness of kesar and kumkumadi tailam (a unique blend of 16 herbs and oils) is all you need to give your skin some serious Ayurvedic TLC.
Ubtan it up
Another Ayurvedic ingredient that is said to work in favour of your skin is turmeric. You can incorporate turmeric in your skin care regimen by either drinking it with hot milk or applying it onto your skin in the form of an ubtan. To make this ubtan, you need to mix in equal quantities of besan (gram flour) and haldi (turmeric) and add to it some milk and rose water to create a paste. Apply it on your face. Once it’s semi-dry, you can scrub it off your face and wash off the remaining with cold water.
Ginger lemon tea
In Ayurveda, a healthy digestive system is seen as the driving force for all things health and beauty! Drinking hot tea infused with the goodness of the following Ayurvedic ingredients is just the way to keep your system clean and your skin and hair in the pink of their health! Add slices of ginger and turmeric to hot water and throw in half a teaspoon of coriander, cumin and fennel seeds. Squeeze a lemon in the mixture, bring it to simmer, strain and drink!