Ayurvedic Remedies, Medicines for Skin Glow, Complexion

Having a clean, lustrous and attractive skin is the dream of many people and aim of many youngsters.  But, hereditary factors, pollutants, hormones have their say in this matter.  People are more dependent on the cosmetics, most of which are  more hazardous than helpful. Many contain allergic ingredients and others carcinogenic.  So, there is an immediate need of safe and effective, natural herbal complexion enhancers.

Skin and Pitta –

Skin, blood and Pitta are inter-related. Many of the blood vitiation disorders are exhibited as skin disorders. Impaired Pitta (increase / decrease) causes vitiation of blood tissue, leading to skin disorders.
We have learnt that there are five types of PittaAmong them, Bhrajaka Pitta controls skin quality and complexion. Bhrajaka Pitta balancing is required to maintain lustrous healthy skin.

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5 Of The Easiest Ways To Lighten Dark Underarms

Removing the hair under your arms can give you more confidence to bare your arms, raise your hands and can even help control underarm order. But, all the shaving and waxing may have exposed another common issue: darkened skin.

Beyond hair removal, the skin beneath your arms may become dark from wearing tight clothing, using alcohol-based deodorant, smoking, taking certain medications and health problems like diabetes and obesity. Fortunately, there are easy, safe and inexpensive ways to brighten your skin and get underarms you’ll want to flaunt all year round!

1. Potato 

Potatoes are mildly acidic, making them a natural bleaching agent. As an added bonus, potatoes won’t cause irritation to the skin. Rub a thin slice of potato on your cleansed underarm skin. Or, grate a potato to get the juice and apply the juice under your arms. Let the juice remain on your skin for 10 minutes and then rinse with warm water. You’ll want to repeat this daily until you see results.

2. Apple Cider Vinegar

Apple cider vinegar is a natural bleaching agent thanks to its primary ingredient, acetic acid. You can apply ACV directly to your skin after you’ve showered or cleansed the area (no need to rinse after apply). Or, mix the vinegar with rice flour to make a paste that you can apply after your shower. Allow the paste to sit for 15 minutes and then rinse with warm water.

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