Category Archives Skin Care Tips

Natural-Way-To-Balance-Skin

Most of us, don’t even know about the pH level of skin and how pH variation affects our skin. As per dermatologists, our skin requires to maintain a balance at slightly acidic range for optimal health of skin. The perfect range of pH level for skin is 4 to 5.5 which is slightly acidic in nature; at this level skin…

Skin-Types-Ayurvedic-Prospective

Skin is a part of our integumentary system which helps to sense of touch, temperature and pressure. It is the largest organ of our body and a few millimeters thick. Human skin colour is controlled by three pigments interactions which are melanin, carotene and hemoglobin. According to Ayurveda it is Matruj Avyava i.e. derived from mother or maternal origin. As…

What-Is-Hyper-Pigmentation

Hyper-Pigmentation is a skin disorder which is characterized as dark spots and patches on body and skin. Hyper-pigmentation can be caused due to excess accumulation of melanin on skin. Melanin is a complex polymer which is responsible for determining skin and hair colour. The over production of melanin is due to overactive cells called melanocytes. Most of the time, sun…

12-Amazing-Ayurvedic-Herbs-For-Beautiful-Glowing-Skin

Ayurveda is known as a treasure of herbs which helps to give you a natural beautiful glowing skin. Roop mantra is enriched with 12 time tested validated herbs which are well known for their individual properties. Herbs present in Roop Mantra work synergistically and help to relieve from acne, wrinkle, dullness, pimple, zit and premature signs of aging. Roop Mantra…

How-Can-I-Get-Clear-Skin

A picture-perfect, flawless, without fine lines, wrinkles, acne, pimple or zit is considered as a natural and clear skin. There are certain factors which are harmful for your skin such as UV or ultraviolet rays, thermoregulation, harsh weather and environmental pollution. These kinds of external factor affect your skin externally. Along this, there are some intrinsic factors which can also…

How-Dehydration-Affects-Our-Skin

The loss of body fluids from the body is known as dehydration and is generally lost during sweat, stool, urine, water vapors along with loss of salts from the body which in fact impair the cells activities in our body. Dehydration can be occurred due to heat exposure, fever, diarrhea, diabetes, burns, mouth sore, increased urination due to some infections…

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