Many things have been written about beauty, but I have always felt that beauty actually stems from the acceptance of yourself, and from your comfort levels. The moment you are comfortable about who you are, you feel beautiful. I would say the style is if a woman who is five-foot-one wears flats to a party, rather than heels. I think when you accept yourself, your confidence level attracts other people to you, and that is probably what true beauty meaning is.
What does real beauty meaning to you?
According to Ayurvedic understanding mind and body form an inseparable unit, and therefore also the care of skin and hair are holistically addressed.
For external beauty care, Ayurveda uses organic natural oils, high-quality essential oils, along with extracts from precious medicinal plants, combined according to original recipes.
A basic principle of Ayurvedic Cosmetics is the consideration of individual needs of different skin and hair types. From the Ayurvedic perspective, three basic functional principles (doshas) operate in the whole of nature, which we find also in our body and mind. They are called Vata, Pitta and Kapha. When these are in balance, we are healthy, feel good and our body radiates natural beauty.
Quite naturally our body tries to maintain its own individual balance of the interplay of the three doshas because this is the source of happiness, poise, energy and beauty. The timeless knowledge of Ayurveda is a valuable tool to properly tune the symphony of the doshas.
The quality of the food plays an important role in Ayurveda since all body tissues are formed from it.
Food should be fresh, natural and varied, easy to digest and delicious. Strictly following the recipe is less important than recognizing your natural individual needs.
This age-old saying finds new meaning in the Ayurvedic food supplements. Ointments, lotions and herbs play an important role in personal care and cosmetics. However, the essence of beauty and radiance, in Ayurveda called Prabha, primarily arises from effective functioning of the metabolism.
Everything in nature follows certain cycles. So we should also move in natural accordance with the rhythms of nature: Early to bed, and early to rise, is a well known saying.
Tips for Natural / Real Beauty:
- Eat healthy, fresh, nutritious and preferably organic food.
- Compliment your food with the appropriate supplements.
- Give yourself enough sleep, however, get up early and go to bed early.
- Relax on a regular basis. Modern research has shown that the technique of Transcendental Meditation and the TM-Sidhi program is particularly effective for this.
- Keep your body fit with exercise, for example, yoga asanas.
- Avoid stress, overexertion and exhaustion.
- Enjoy the soothing scents.
- Listen to relaxing music.
- Drink more water.
- Daily – or as often as possible – apply an ayurvedic full-body oil massage.
- Use Ayurvedic body care.
- Moisturise your face.
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