Skincare tips during monsoon

Monsoon is a time for all kinds of seasonal disorders, illnesses and skin issues. Vaidya’s  say that since this is a time when the atmosphere is full of moisture, it is one of the biggest reasons for the cause of rashes, itchiness and other infections on the skin. The natural properties of Ayurvedic medicines are an instant relief to these skin problems and they protect the skin against harmful diseases. Below are some tips for a healthy skin.

Use the natural Aloe Vera gel

The environment during the monsoon season is heavy with moisture making the skin itchy, greasy, and prone to infections. Aloe vera has anti-inflammatory properties that help to soothe the skin and heal it naturally. The various properties of this herb helps to treat the itchiness and infections of the skin.

Use Neem leaves to treat skin infections

The goodness of neem has been known since ages. It is an antibacterial, antiviral and anti-inflammatory herb. It treats infections like acne, pigmentation, rashes, etc by controlling the moisture of the skin. Having neem water baths, applying neem oil on infected areas and even a few leaves in your food can keep your skin healthy by giving your body a natural anti-bacterial treatment.

Detox using Ayurvedic tea

Ayurvedic herbal teas brewed with herbs such as green tea, ginger, lemongrass, tulsi, chamomile, etc gives the body a good cleanse. Having a improper diet that includes fried foods, junk food, and spices leads to a lot of skin diseases during the rainy season. The ayurvedic herbal tea is known to cleanse the body from a lot of skin diseases . It is also considered a great remedy for cough and cold during monsoon.

Use turmeric for increased immunity

Turmeric is one of the most renowned ayurvedic remedies known to heal the body from the inside. It soothes the skin, cures various skin problems like acne, pigmentation, etc when applied as a face pack on the skin. Mixing turmeric with milk or adding it in food boosts immunity and gives a natural cleanse to the body. This is very much visible on the skin too.

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