The vast and intellectual culture and practice of Ayurveda India that has fortunately spread all around the world together with many more other world renowned science centers have continuously proven that Ayurveda herb remedies are truly and remarkably effective, eliminating ‘vitiated doshas’, the main causes of skin disorders.
Healing herbal treatments and products Ayurveda offers are made out of numerous medicinal plants theorized and practiced in ‘Charakh Samhita’.
Amongst them are a reasonable quantity of which can be used to obtain a glowing skin complexion, these medicinal plants of which usage and description are prescribed in detail with each and every Ayurveda skin care treatment or item concerned, are as follows;
– Seta (shweta durva)
– Lata (shyama durva)
Ayurveda skin care ailments and other such items or related treatments also include a list of natural care herbal skin remedies from Kushthagna Mahakashaya’s plants.
Take a look at just a few of these herbs;
According to Charakh and other sages, quoting Sushrut in particular, Eladi Ghana also contains a vast list of beneficial herbs that can be applied as a natural herbal remedy for skin disorders. All these extracted herbs will alleviate puritus, kusstha by eliminating body toxins resulting in a glowing complexion.
Let’s take a look at some of the most commonly found Ayurveda care herbal extracts in cosmetic products;
The ‘Indigo’ taking its name from its blue color, used for a Bidi/Tika (dot) application on chin or forehead.
For the joy of lips and cheeks, the Madder root is intended to beautify these important face marks.
Hibiscus Rosa Cynensis (Jaswand or Shoe Flower) with its black color is efficient for blackening and preserving hair color.
Also used for the ‘Tika’ on the forehead is another herbal extract called Raktachandan.
The famous Aloe Vera regenerates cell growth while it prevents aging, mostly used to prevent and heal skin irritations.
Scrubs and face masks can be applied using Chandan and Vertiver (Usheer), even for the whole body, with its cell regenerating effects.
And finally, Haldi (Turmeric) can be either applied as a face pack or even as an antiseptic.