Skincare and Ayurveda: What You Need To Know

Posted by Trisha Watson on

As a long time yoga practitioner, I have come to strongly believe in the healing and helpful powers of Ayurvedic practices. I am so happy with the results Ayurvedic practices have had on my myself and my family, that there is no question why the Trisha Watson Organics skincare line houses a multitude of skin loving ancient herbs pertaining to the Ayurvedic way of life. 

Ayurveda is considered as the sister science if yoga and one of the oldest of the traditional systems of medicine accepted worldwide. The best part about Ayurvedic remedies is that they do not harm your skin in any way and can be used regularly without having to worry about any side effects.

An oil based natural miracle, such as the Trisha Watson Organics, Eye and Face Oil, packed with purity and potency is infused with very beneficial Ayervedic herbs such as ashwagandha to protect skin from free radical damage and slow down the aging process and gotu kola for toning and tightening. Also included are organic essential oils and CO2 oils essential for age prevention and environmental discretion. Important factors of an Ayurvedic formulation includes emollients that trap moisture, antioxidants, essential fatty acids, and vitamin E. These promote formation of collagen and elastin to tighten the skin and reduce fine lines around the eyes.

Beneficial skincare herbs are a wonderful place to start as you begin your journey in the research for that Ayurvedic, flawless complexion. Most of all eventually, you will find that, Ayurveda principals of the three pillars of true beauty are, outer beauty, inner beauty and lasting beauty. This point is simple. Health and beauty are much more than what we see on the outside, they depend largely on what is happening on the inside as well, physically and emotionally. The beauty laws of Ayurveda will be quick to point out that beauty is more than skin deep. This knowledge applied correctly is transformative.


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