Skin Care

28
Feb

Choose Your Holi Colors Cautiously – It May Result In Skin Allergies And Irritation

India is a country which is stacked up with various festivals based on different religion and caste. People used to enjoy festivals, rituals, food, and mode of worship. Among various festivals, Holi is a festival in Hindu mythology which is known as “festival of colors”. It is celebrated to welcome the arrival of spring. On Holi, people used to play with different vibrant colors and express their joy and happiness. It is completely fine to express happiness, joy, and excitement with your loved one, the problem arises with the colors. Earlier people used to play colors with flower petals, organic colors which were prepared from natural sources like Turmeric, Marigold, Palash (Tesu), etc. They have a healing effect on the skin and do not show any kind of side effects.  Read more

25
Feb

Ayurvedic Approach: Get Rid Of Acne And Pimples Marks

Acne and pimples are the most common problems which nearly all people have to face during their teenage irrespective of their gender. However, acne and pimples spots can be well treated and considered a non-serious medical condition. Yet, for some people, acne and pimples can be painful. In some cases, they are so stubborn that people have to face many problems. As we all know that girls are very possessive regarding their skin beauty and texture. In the case of acne and pimples, they have to hide their horrible face and acne marks with the help of layers of make-up, fancy hats, handkerchief, etc.    Read more

3
Jan

Haridra – A Potent Herb To Cure Allergic Reactions

Ayurvedic medicines gained popularity since ancient times and are widely used in the modern era as well. The reason behind the demand and popularity of Ayurvedic medicines is the incorporation of Ayurvedic herbs which show no side effects with 100% efficacy and purity. Among multiple effective herbs let’s discuss Haridra.

Haridra (Curcuma longa) is a flowering plant that belongs to family Zingiberaceae and is native to tropical South Asia. Its rhizome, roots, and leaves are well used in cooking and various Ayurvedic medicines. It is a spice whose rhizome can be easily identified with the help of its dazzling yellow color. Haridra rhizome can be used in fresh or dried form, it is easily ground in the form of powder with a bitter, slightly acrid, yet sweet. In ancient Ayurvedic text, it is well described as a Rasayana. It is enriched with anti-inflammatory, anti-allergic, antiseptic, anti-diabetic, blood cleansing properties, etc which make it the best medicine for skin care. The principal constituent, curcumin is derived from its roots which help to reduce pain, inflammation, allergic rhinitis and allergic reactions. Curcumin can ease out the airway obstruction and suppress allergic reactions by stabilizing the response of the immune system. Read more