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The Magic Ayurveda Can Have On Skin And Hair

The Magic Ayurveda Can Have On Skin And Hair

While many people have established that health is wealth, it cannot be more accurate or impactful in 2021. With post-COVID impact in virtue, all we think about is the implications of the virus and how it has compelled a different set of ideologies in every being’s mindset. Now, more people worldwide are prioritizing their health than ever. People who do not believe in health insurance are getting close to buying premiums for their families. Those who believe in hygiene and holistic healing are moving closer to yoga, Ayurveda, and many more forms and types.

Ayurveda Treatment

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A lot of people have recognized the effects of traditional Ayurveda on skin and hair. Various types of Ayurveda-based skincare products and cosmetics are preferred over the other products containing chemicals. Besides, several cosmetics and skincare products are widely used across the world to improve skin conditions. Meanwhile, different types of Ayurveda products are used to improve the condition of the body and mind. Even though the concept of Ayurveda originated in India, it focuses on identifying the cause of the ailment or disease and its permanent elimination.

The ingredients

Many companies manufacturing cosmetics have shifted their focus on manufacturing formulations that utilize natural ingredients. Several popular cosmetic brands nowadays sell Ayurvedic cosmetics. This has helped buyers realize the harmful effects of various types of chemicals. Furthermore, science has also proven the traditional skincare methods to be more effective than chemicals.

Ayurvedic products contain various types of natural herbs, which help to improve overall well-being. The herbs containing skincare products can ensure healthier skin. Some popular skincare herbs include:

  • Aloe vera gel for skincare
  • The detoxifying and non-parasitic Margosa herb is used for various types of skin ailments.
  • Turmeric for glowing and healthy skin
  • The cleansing properties of the powder are derived from the flowers and leaves of the hibiscus plant.
  • Henna for good hair health and growth

The importance of Ayurveda

Hair and skin tend to get damaged by chemicals, stress, pollution, and lifestyle. The various types of pollutants present in the air, the consumption of impure food and water, chemicals, and toxins harm the skin and hair. All these factors have contributed to the popularity of natural therapies. This is the main reason why Ayurvedic skincare and cosmetic products have become a preferred choice of women across the world.

The Importance of Ayurveda

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Ayurveda is one of the healing methods that aim to keep a person healthy and manage or cure diseases (body, mind, or both) manifesting in an individual.

Here is a rundown of essential and straightforward sayings to understand what this healing method encourages in the modern world.

  • You Are Encouraged to Adore and Love Yourself.
  • It provides you with a Nurturing way to Being Healthy.
  • You acquire a Greater Understanding of your life and the position you’re in.
  • We tend to Clear Up Energy.
  • It offers an entire circle of Philosophy.
  • Profound Health at a Cellular Level.
  • Reduction in bodily Toxins.
  • Stronger Digestion.
  • Increase immunity power and potential of the Body
  • Prevention from Diseases and Disorders
  • Once you acknowledge and understand your Body, you can get a clear idea about your lifestyle, life longevity, and food.

Importance of Ayurveda Treatment

Ayurvedic medicines treat many psychological and physical conditions like obesity, arthritis, heart disease, hypertension, colds, colitis, nervous disorder, skin problem, constipation, obesity, ulcer, and many more.

How do Ayurvedic treatments work?

Ayurveda, the traditional medicine, occupies a significant place in various beauty treatments and skincare. The different kinds of Ayurvedic treatments are entirely natural and give the best results. Natural herbs play a very important role in ensuring individuals’ well-being and internal health and have a positive impact on external health and beauty. Herbal beauty treatments positively impact the body and mind and hence enhance the overall appearance.

How do Ayurvedic treatments work?

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The popularity of various Ayurvedic treatments can be attributed to their capability of bringing out glowing and clear skin. They also provide relaxation, which chemical cosmetics generally fail to deliver. Several Ayurvedic face packs, soaps, lotions, ointments, and other beauty products are available nowadays in the market. These can transform the skin and make it glowing and radiant. Few of these products can also help in removing blemishes and dark spots from the skin.

Final Words

Ayurvedic health and skincare products are increasingly becoming popular. They provide some advantages over chemical-based cosmetics and skincare products. Moreover, at the end of the day, it is your mind, body, and soul’s health you’re more concerned about. So, what do you have in mind? Do you prioritize your health or leave it as is for time to heal and make changes? So, move forth and make specific changes without wasting any time. The magic Ayurveda can offer when it comes to skin and hair is considerable and difficult to avoid.


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2019 Top Health & Wellness Trends

2019 Top Health & Wellness Trends

This year has been a year when most of the world focused on health and wellness in a more holistic manner: both physical and mental wellness. And it is beginning to look like 2019 will be a glorious continuation of what we have been opening our minds up to in 2018. So what can we expect to see in the health and wellness sphere in 2019?

Ayurveda:

The 5,000-year-old health system, Ayurveda (in Sanskrit means “knowledge of life”) is responsible for a lot of health movements in 2018. Perhaps the most familiar of which would be the ketogenic diet. Ayurveda is an old system of medicine that incorporates plants and animal products, particularly fats. The practice of Ayurveda involves using fats both for consumption, meaning eating fats like ghee, and external use, like oils for the skin. The practice connects both mind and body in bringing about wellness.

More Plant Based Alternatives:

2018 has seen the rise of plant-based food, a whopping 23% rise in sales. Gone are the days when the choices we had regarding plant-based food were TVP and tofu. Now it is beginning to look like there will be a huge movement in the plant-based fish sector. Expect your local Whole Foods aisles to have more plant-based fish meat choices. The plant-based fish movement stemmed from the awareness of people of the negative impact of overfishing has on our environment.

More Sleep:

A lot of people, students, and workers alike are severely lacking in sleep. In the coming year, we will have a better understanding of our circadian rhythm and the effects of melatonin and cortisol on our sleep patterns. If these two hormones get out of whack, our circadian rhythm will be thrown out of its cycle and our sleep gets messed up.

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CBD Oil:

This year has seen a massive rise in popularity of CBD oil. Despite its being taboo in certain circles, Whole Foods Market’s projection predicts that CBD oil will have an even higher spike in popularity in 2019.

Expect that in the coming year, we will be learning more about the endocannabinoid system or the ECS. This is a major bodily system which compounds like CBD and other cannabinoids interact with. We have seen how CBD oil has helped manage anxiety and we’ve marveled at its anti-inflammatory and anti-seizure effects. Cannabis might also help with setting our sleep pattern straight. It most certainly helps with keeping a lid on anxiety and stress.

Eco-consciousness:

More and more people are becoming aware of global warming and the dire situation the Earth is currently in. Expect that in 2019, the strong rise of the eco-friendly movement will continue. It is predicted that the use of single-use plastics and other single-use items will see a further decline and the BYOB (bring your own bag) movement will continue to become more popular.

Mental Health:

This year, mental health continues to be given its due importance. People are now realizing that in order to be physically healthy, you need to think about your mental health as well. Hemp based products (like CBD oil) has become a more popular alternative to the usual stress medications. It is predicted that 2019 will see the continuation of this mental health trend.

Oat Milk:

Is oat milk the new soy? This year, sales have grown by an impressive 45%. Lactose averse people have found a good alternative to dairy and soy milk and the rise of its popularity does not seem to be ending soon. Grab yourself a bottle of oat milk this 2019 because it looks like they will be flying off the shelves still.

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MCT Oil:

Aside from CBD, 2018 brought MCT (medium chain triglycerides) oil into the spotlight. This oil is odorless and colorless and stays liquid at room temperature. Putting MCT oil into your coffee, making it “bulletproof” is a good way of boosting your energy. Expect to see MCT become even more popular in 2019 as more people become aware of its benefits.

Body Positivity:

Thanks to Rihanna and her Fenty brand, body positivity moved from the fringes to the mainstream. Body positivity saw a rise in popularity in 2018 as more and more people focus on loving their bodies instead of shrinking them to fit into the mold that society wanted them to look. As more people shift their focus to mental health, this 2019 will see an even bigger rise in the body positivity movement.

Hemp Based Products:

Aside from CBD oil, hemp-based products have found their way into our lives from our beauty products to our food. With the 2018 Farm Bill already signed into law, hemp-based farming will be legal nationwide. Expect that in 2019, there will be more choices in hemp-based products.

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This article was previously published on MadeByHemp

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