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Taking Charge of Your Health


Ayurvedic Beauty Tips That Will Make You Look Great. Welcome to another JeaKen Video. But before we get started take a minute to
subscribe to our channel, click the bell icon to be notified whenever we publish a new video. Ayurvedic Inspired Skin Care Routines Ayurveda breaks itself up into three main
Doshas to properly treat and guide each individual. Some practitioners have one main Dosha that
they should focus on; others might have two. Though rare, tridoshic individuals would have
to focus on all of the Doshas equally. Depending upon your constitution, your path
of treatment and chosen rituals, herbal remedies, and lifestyle routine will vary. You might have Pitta symptoms relating to
your digestive tract. But, typical Pitta symptoms do not match up
with your skin type, condition, or irritation. What does this mean? Well, your skin might connect to a different
Dosha imbalance. Don’t fret if you see yourself in more than
one Dosha; they exist within all of us to some extent. Dosha imbalances and symptoms show up differently
seasonally, daily, and even hourly. Pitta. Element. Fire. Symptoms of a Pitta imbalance. 1. Inflammation. 2. Acne. 3. Rashes. 4. Warm to the touch. 5. Freckles and moles appear more readily. Those with a Pitta imbalance should seek cooling
methods to combat the fiery essence of their Dosha. To do so, a few potentially beneficial methods
are detailed below. Pacifying Methods. 1. Drink cool glasses of water for hydration. 2. Avoid putting spicy, heated foods on your
plate. 3. Use natural beauty and skincare products;
synthetics are especially harsh on Pitta skin. 4. Utilize fennel and licorice in your cooking. 5. Mind your sun exposure and take proper care. Vata. Elements. Air and Water. Symptoms of a Vata imbalance. 1. Dryness. 2. Thin. 3. Cool to the touch. 4. Sensitive to wind. Vata skin types should place an emphasis on
warming methods. Dry skin craves hydration and warmth, especially
during the cooler months of the year. Test some of the ways below! Are you enjoying this video? Give it a thumbs up and share it with your
friends. It helps our channel a lot! Pacifying Methods. 1. Eat green leafy vegetables, organic milk,
and whole grains. 2. Drink lukewarm water for hydration. 3. Fill your plate with sweet fruits. 4. Try some olive oil and ghee (clarified butter). 5. Indulge in a warm self-massage, also known
as abhyanga, using slightly warmed oils. Kapha. Elements. Earth, and Water. Symptoms of a Kapha imbalance. 1. Dewy, glowing skin. 2. Excess oils or grease. 3. Thick. 4. Less sensitive to the sun than other Doshas. The main focus in maintaining healthy Kapha
skin relates to consistent exfoliation. Exfoliation aids in circulation and detoxification. Few other methods are detailed. Pacifying Methods. 1. Lessen your intake of sweets and fried foods. 2. Exercise daily. 3. Drybrush to improve circulation. 4. Fill your plate with vegetables and fruits. 5. Wash your face twice daily. 6. Exfoliate once per week. 7. Cook with ginger and black pepper. Combination Skin. Vata-Pitta skin exists as one mix. This skin type would be dry and sensitive. Kapha-Pitta, on the other hand, might be oily
and a bit thicker, though still reasonably sensitive. Vata-Kapha would be a blend of air and earth
elements, with air elements a bit heightened. How can you calm and soothe skin while honoring
both Doshas? The seasons come into play here. Each Dosha aligns with a specific phase of
the seasonal year. Most potent in late Autumn into Mid-Winter,
Vata rules these months. If you have combination skin with Vata in
the mix, focus on Vata pacifying methods during the colder months. Kapha reigns during late Winter into late
Spring, when the Earth is warming and muddy. So, if Kapha is at all in your makeup, focus
on Kapha-pacifying methods as the days begin to warm. Pitta and its fiery essence take over during
Summer. On the hottest days of the year, pacify Pitta
if it’s in your makeup. Cultivating your routine. Ayurvedic rituals might not look exactly like
the usual multi-step skincare routine you’re accustomed to. Ayurveda’s foundation of interconnectedness
means everything is considered skincare. The food you consume, the time you go to bed,
and the activities you partake are as important as the facial cleanser and moisturizer you
use. Consider how all you do contributes to the
glow of your skin. What changes could you make beyond a new skincare
brand that might benefit your skin? If you’ve liked the video give it a thumb
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