Unlike other beauty therapies, an Ayurvedic facial therapy is known to be the best for any skin type. It is a divinely relaxing experience that purifies, nourishes, and rejuvenates skin for a luminous glow. This nature based treatment uses dosha balancing organic essential oil blends with aroma therapy benefits to heighten the sensorial experience. Why slather your face with artificial products when you can use Ayurvedic herbs for facial?
Benefits of Ayurvedic Facial
HYDRATE – Since herbal packs are used for this treatment, those suffering from dry skin problems will be benefitted in more ways than one. The packs ensure that the dryness is taken care off and also your skin stays hydrated for a good amount of time.
BLEMISHES – An Ayurvedic massage therapy takes care of acne and acne scars. If you have blemishes that leave a dark patch on your skin, an ayurvedic massage with oils and packs that suit your skin type will heal this problem.
NATURAL GLOW – The herbal and natural ingredients ensure that your skin is well-nourished and radiates.
How to do an Ayurvedic Facial
Cleanse face and neck with ¼ cup milk+1 teaspoon besan to remove makeup and impurities. Make sure you massage it for 5 minutes and wash off.
Apply several drops of any ayurvedic oil on fingers and gently massage the face and neck. Repeat three times.
Slowly bring half a cup of organic milk to a boil, add a few drops of organic rose water and beat until a thick layer of foam appears. Massage milk foam onto the face and neck. Repeat three times.
Use a facial steamer for five minutes or until the skin perspires. Make a tent for yourself using a towel or sheet.
Apply a thin layer of bentonite clay to the face and neck. Leave on for three to five minutes or until the skin begins to feel tight.
Remove clay with remaining organic milk and then rinse milk off with warm water. Use natural sponges for removal of clay.
Celebrating the people who transformed
their lives with the help of Ayurveda
“Ayurveda turned my grandson’s life around. He was really suffering with ADHD and Tourettes. He is 17 starting college and finishing his last semester. The ability to focus was so bad he was really thinking of going on medication. Then we found Ayurveda, with it’s calm manner, suggestions at life changes, herbs and yoga he is another person. He is laughing again, smiling, very affectionate instead of always so angry and frustrated. We are so grateful to Ayurveda for helping him to make positive life changes. I wish the teachers had a mandatory course in Ayurvedic healing and what it can do for their students. We are so grateful to Ayurveda. It truly changes lives, not just for her clients but for their families also.”
grandmother to a teenager diagnosed with ADHD.
“I came in the midst of a healing crises. I was exhausted, physically, emotionally and mentally…In the midst of tremendous pressures, professionally and personally, I intuitively knew that the treatment protocol Abhyanga that Ayurveda provides would be the most expedient form of healing for me. I also knew that I needed someone who could provide this kind of treatment with soothing, nurturing and authentic care. …Ayurveda’s profound healing presence, sense of calm, rhythm in applying the treatment, sensitivity and kindness all contributed to the depth of healing I experienced with her…Ayurveda will continue to be a healing resource for me. Those who experience her work are truly blessed.”
CEO @ COOLAPP
.After seeking for a practitioner who could support me… Ayurveda was the only one who…helped me get through some of the most difficult and deep trauma I’ve experienced in my life”
CEO @ COOLAPP
What’s An Ayurvedic Practitioner?
Ayurvedic practitioners are concerned with promoting, maintaining and restoring health. They help people to maintain a healthy lifestyle, eliminate impurities from the body, reduce stress and fight against various health problems.
An Ayurvedic practitioner focuses on the interconnectedness between body, mind and spirit to attain the entire well being of the individual. Ayurvedic practitioners are also known as Vaidyas, particularly in the Indian subcontinent where Ayurveda originated. An Ayurvedic practitioner can apply therapeutic treatments according to the Ayurvedic system of medicine. They utilize a deep knowledge of disease diagnosis according to constitution or prakriti, Ayurvedic pathology, Ayurvedic anatomy, three dosha (Vata, Pitta and Kapha), agni or digestive fire, panchakarma (purification therapies), dravyaguna (Ayurvedic herbal medicines), other Ayurvedic formulations and pharmacology, srotas or channels and eight branches of Ayurveda. Ayurvedic practice requires both a detailed knowledge of the academic disciplines and a decent competence in its applied practice.
Both the role of the Ayurvedic practitioner and the meaning of the word itself vary around the world. Degrees and other qualifications also vary, depending on country and state.
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