Everyone wants to look younger than their age. In such a situation, people spend the most on skincare products. After food items, a person spends the most on buying beauty products.
Most of the people who use these products are unaware of their side effects. The chemicals and ceramics used in it give a glow to the skin for a short time but its side effects can be for life.
For healthy and youthful-looking skin, first of all, it is important to nourish the skin from within. After this, it will gradually heal on its own from the outside as well.
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According to the research of Ayurveda, the ancient naturopathy system, ayurvedic remedies along with home remedies for skin care can naturally treat skin diseases and get healthy skin naturally.
The neuropathy system explains two different concepts of looking young and feeling young, and the first step is to make a person young on the inside so that they look young on the outside as well.
The anti-aging principle is known as Rasayana in Ayurveda. This theory explains some herbs and daily diets which naturally improve your physical and mental health.
The imbalance of Vata dosha gives rise to anxiety in the mind which affects the person mentally. As we age, the bones and muscles weaken and other parts of the body lose their strength.
Ayurveda not only cures its cause but also brings positivity to the whole body. Here are some such things in the neuropathy system, by which you will start looking young from the inside as well as outside.
Natural antioxidants help prevent cell damage and help exfoliate damaged skin. Not only this, along with increasing blood circulation in a balanced way, they reduce the signs of aging. In such a situation, if you want, you can use things like ashwagandha, amla, Guduchi, and ginseng, which are rich in antioxidants.
Apply Multani mitti on the face in such a way that the face will glow, people will ask what was applied!
Triphala is full of medicinal properties. As the name suggests, Triphala is made up of three fruits Amla, Bahera, and Harad. Triphala powder has immense anti-aging properties. This mixture helps increase the satiety hormones and purify the blood which stands as a shield against the aging system. Triphala has been approved by the Ministry of Health as an effective natural medicine. In such a situation, to stay young, take 5-10 grams of this powder with a spoonful of honey with a glass of lukewarm water after meals. You will get benefit from this.
Ghee has more importance in Ayurveda. It is considered nothing less than an elixir for health and beauty. While on the one hand, it provides nourishment to the skin. On the other hand, it also improves the complexion of the skin. If cow’s old ghee is there then its benefit increases manifold. Cow’s ghee relieves all skin-related problems along with reducing pitta and Vata.
Follow these tips for healthy skin and health
Some other remedies can be done for healthy, glowing, and youthful-looking skin. The first step for this is to adopt and follow a healthy lifestyle.
Detox the body
For good health, it is important to detox yourself from time to time. Detox helps to cleanse your body internally. Make a detox plan for at least one day a week.
Keep the body hydrated
Consuming water in the proper amount and at the proper time interval helps in keeping the body hydrated for the whole day. About 3-4 liters of water should be drunk daily. It retains moisture in your body and maintains blood flow. Along with this, your skin remains healthy.
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diet A healthy diet keeps the skin healthy. Try to include a balanced nutritious diet in your daily diet. Include more fruits and foods like carrots, tomatoes, berries, apricots, and nuts in your diet for healthy-looking skin.
The body needs exercise for good blood flow and health. You should walk or exercise for half an hour daily. It will be good for your physical as well as your mental health. Exercising daily makes your skin healthy and glowing.
Writer Vikas Chawla, Founder, and Director, Vedas Cure