Hair & Skin Care
Hair & Skin Care
Recently, skin care has grown in popularity. Everyone now recognises that taking care of one's skin takes time, effort, clean products, and affection. Many people are more conscious of how their habits and way of life affect their skin and general health. As a result, we witness a brand-new, sizable wave of ethical people who are changing the skincare landscape. However, this idea is not as novel as it may seem. It has been used for 5000 years as a component of Ayurvedic medicine. According to the Ayurvedic philosophy, the body is composed of the fundamental components of the universe, which are expressed as doshas or biological energies. They are in charge of each person's physiological and psychological functions. Skin issues are thought to be brought on by a dosha imbalance. Vata, Pitta, and Kapha are the three doshas that have an impact on skin and hair.
Hair loss is a common problem that can affect anyone and can cause stress. Hair loss is usually the result of a number of factors, such as genetics, medication or even stress. It’s important to recognize that hair loss will not always be permanent and there are several natural remedies available for both men and women that may help speed up healing times as well as prevent further damage by keeping your scalp healthy.
What are the Causes for Hair Loss
Hair loss can be due to many reasons like stress, poor diet, etc. It can also be due to genetic reasons and the deficiency of certain vitamins and minerals.
Solution for Hair Loss
If you are suffering from hair loss, then it is important to know that there are many solutions available.
In Ayurveda, there are three main types of herbs: amla (gooseberry), brahmi (brahmi) and kalmegh (kalmegh). These three herbs can be used together in order to treat your bald patches on the scalp by applying them daily at least once a week.
The mixture must be made up of equal parts of each herb with water or honey being added if desired according to taste preference.
Precautions for Hair Loss
1) Avoid harsh chemicals and products.
2) Avoid excessive sun exposure.
3) Avoid stress.
4) Avoid crash dieting (a drastic reduction in calories) that can lead to weight loss, which usually leads to hair loss because it makes your body work harder than usual, resulting in less circulation and oxygen flow throughout all parts of the body including your scalp, which could result in thinning or balding spots on your head as well as thinning hair around the sides of your head too.
Scalp massage is an ancient practice that can ease the pressure on your head and help you relax. In this article, we’ll explore the benefits of scalp massage, including how it can help with pain relief, migraine relief, stress relief, and relaxation.
Scalp massage relaxes you and stimulates the nerves in your scalp
Scalp massage is a form of reflexology, a healing art that uses pressure to stimulate the nerves in your scalp, which are connected to your whole body. The vibrations from the massage feel like tingling or heat on your skin and can be very relaxing.
Regular scalp massage will keep you more relaxed.
Regular scalp massage will keep you more relaxed.
Scalp massage is a great way to relax at the end of the day and can help you sleep better, especially if your pain is from arthritis or other conditions. It’s also relaxing for people who may have had trauma in their lives as well, which helps them release stress and tension from their bodies.
Thin hairs are more likely to be thinner and also less dense than normal hairs. It may also be caused by an underlying medical condition or hormonal imbalance. Thin Hairs are not uncommon among people of various ages, but they can become especially noticeable in older men who have hair loss due to a genetic predisposition or other medical conditions such as polycystic ovaries (PCO).
What are the causes for Thin Hair
The causes of thin hairs can be genetic, hormonal, stress-related or a lack of sleep. If you have thinning hair in your 20s or 30s but only experience it during certain times of the year (i.e., winter), then there’s a good chance it’s due to seasonal changes and not just genetics. If you’re experiencing thinning throughout all seasons and don’t think there’s anything wrong with your diet or sleep habits, then that could be another reason why you’re noticing less hair on your head—it could be caused by an illness like thyroid disease or cancer treatment side effects that cause weight gain.
Solution for Thin Hair
Ayurvedic treatment for thin hairs uses a combination of Ayurvedic herbs, oils, spices and other ingredients to regulate hair growth in your scalp or face area. This helps prevent thinning hair from becoming more noticeable over time because it prevents hormonal imbalances caused by stress or dieting which can cause breakage as well as promote new growth where there was none before!
Precautions for Thin Hair
1) Avoid stress and anxiety.
2) Don’t use hair dyes.
3) Avoid harsh chemicals on your hair, including bleach, peroxide, and ammonia-based products like Ammonia Spray/Mousse.
4) Don’t use heated appliances on your hair (blow dryers, curling irons).
5) Use oils sparingly if they’re applied to wet or damp hair; too much can clog pores in the scalp and cause breakouts.
Dandruff is a common scalp condition that can cause itching, redness, and flakes on the skin. Dandruff is caused by an overproduction of yeast cells that builds up in the scalp, causing an itchy rash that can be hard to treat. Dandruff has many causes, including poor hygiene and infection. Ayurvedic medicines for dandruff control and cure are available to help you get rid of dandruff naturally!
What are the causes for Dandruff
The main cause of dandruff is the fungus malassezia globosa. This fungal infection causes your body to produce too much oil, which in turn creates a buildup on your scalp that attracts more and more yeast cells. As they get trapped against your skin, they start to multiply rapidly and cause an itchiness in addition to redness and flaking.
Solution for Dandruff
Shikakai (Acacia catechu) – This herb has been used in treating seborrheic dermatitis since centuries ago by people from India, China and Japan. It works by killing bacteria responsible for causing itching or scaling of the skin areas affected by this condition like scalp or face etc… It also reduces inflammation which helps reduce symptoms like redness caused due to inflammation as well as reduce scaling/itching sensation on scalp area resulting into reduced occurrence of dandruff formation within few weeks after usage once daily twice daily three times per day four times per day five times per day six times per day seven times per day eight times per day nine times per day ten eleven twelve thirteen fourteen fifteen sixteen seventeen eighteen nineteen twenty twenty-one twenty-two twenty-three twenty-four twenty-five thirty thirty forty fifty sixty seventy eighty ninety
The fundamental element of this dosha is air, which is dry and drying in nature.
Skin- Vata-type skin is typically dry and has small pores. This skin type is prone to excessive dryness, fine lines, wrinkles, and blackheads when there is an imbalance. Products that give the skin hydration, radiance, and nourishment are essential in a Vata skin care regimen.
Hair- It is naturally curly in the vata type. It appears dull and lacklustre. The texture of this hair is thin, coarse, and prone to tangling. Extreme dryness, dandruff, split ends, and breakage are all symptoms of an imbalance. Adopting a hair care regimen that offers nourishment and hydration is recommended.
Fire and Water combine to form this dosha, with Fire having a stronger influence.
Skin – Pitta skin is classified as sensitive and combinational, with oily T zone areas that are prone to pimples and acne. Skin becomes oilier when there is an imbalance. The skin becomes more prone to pimples, acne, excessive heat, redness, and inflammation.
Hair – Pitta-type hair is distinguished by a silky, delicate texture that is frequently greasy. This hair type is prone to excessive oiliness, early balding, and greying when there is an imbalance. Pitta hair needs a lot of upkeep and attention. In order to reduce the heat, your hair care regimen must include cooling items.
Earth and water components are present in this dosha. Dense, heavy, stagnant, and dull traits are associated with this dosha.
Skin: Skin of the Kapha type is often greasy. Excessive oiliness, cystic acne, blackheads, and clogged pores are symptoms of an imbalance. Herbs and other compounds that have an astringent, warming, and detoxifying effect on the skin are a crucial part of a great Kapha skin-care routine.
Hair: The kapha hair type is thick, shiny, and powerful, turning everyone into a green-eyed monster. When there is an imbalance, the ends of the hair become dry and brittle while the scalp and hair roots become oily. Your hair will generally feel heavy and coarse. To combat oiliness, you must incorporate frequent hair washes into your hair care regimen.
Exclusive skin and hair therapies provided for you at Nesara Ayurveda are:
For the skin:
1. Navara Facial
Navara facial – is a procedure where the face is massaged with medicated Navara paste. Navara is a type of rice that is rich in the husk and hence has a great effect in healing chapped and blemished skin by removing the outermost dead cell layer.
2. Kumkumadi Facial
Kumkumadi Facial – Kumkumadi tailam or Kumkumadi oil is an amazing ayurvedic concoction of herbs that acts as a magical remedy for uplifting skin health and treating various skin issues
3. Phala Lepa
Phala Lepa – Phala Lepa as the name suggests is a powerful blend of natural fruits suitable for a dry and sensitive facial skin. These natural anti oxidants revitalize, lighten, clean and nourish the skin making you feel fresh and beautiful.
For the hair:
1) Nasya + 3 Hair pack(Anti-hairfall)
Nasya – Nasya is a Panchakarma treatment for body cleansing used in Ayurvedic medicine. Administration of drugs by the route of nasal cavity
2) Shirodhara + 3 hair pack(Anti-hairfall/Anti-dandruff therapy)
Shirodhara – is a classic Ayurvedic therapy or the practice of slowly and steadily dripping medicated oil or medicated decoctions on the forehead.
3)Shiro-Abhyanga + Hair pack(Nourishing Hair Therapy)
Shiro-Abhyanga – Shiro Abhyanga essentially means a complete massage of the head, neck, and shoulders using Ayurvedic herbal oils.