The process of getting old is inevitable by anybody around the globe but with Ayurveda health suggestions and remedies at least the ageing process can be prolonged.
According to Ayurveda skin care knowledge, to have a healthy skin you need to have a healthy inner state and thus the whole range of Ayurveda treatments and products work around this theory by healing the inner state resulting in automatic outer skin beautifying process.
Ayurveda prescribes skin health herbal extracts and treatments that anyone that wants to take good skin care should use and practice during any of his life stages.
The first step to Ayurveda care herbal skin prevention and healing is that anyone should know his skin well, one should know if his skin is perhaps oily, dry or in any other particular condition to be afterwards able to choose the right product or treatment accordingly.
The skin is a sensory organ responding to reflexes and of course protecting the entire body acting as a cover.
Always according to Ayurveda body type studies, it is believed that the skin, like that of all other living being, contains Pancha Mahabhootas withholding sparshan indriya (a tactile sensory organ).
The bodily skin, apart from being a sensory organ, is also an excretion agent for Sweda, or as it is more commonly known, sweat.
Bhrajaka Pitta is also a local resident within the skin regulating the body temperature and absorbing chemical intrusions.
On this theme, the sage Sushrut defines the skin layering process with an example of cream forming on the milk's surface.
Ayurveda herb beliefs work on the basis that the skin is made up of 7 different layers with every successive layer being thicker than the previous.
Each layer of the skin is subject to different types of disorders, lets take a look together at these skin layers and the relative disorders they are subject to;
The thinnest of all skin layers containing the glow and shades of the skin's outer look itself may be affected by the Sidmha or Padmakantaka disorders.
Lohita - Nyaccha or Tikalaka Vyanga.
Followed by the Shweta layer that may be affected by Charmadala, Ajagalli, Mashaka.
Tamra – Kilasa and Kushta disorders may inflict this layer.
The Vedini layer can be put into disorder by Kustha and Visarpa.
Next comes the Rohini layer with his hazards being Granthi, Apachi, Arbuda and Galaganda.
And the last layer, Mamsadhara, with such disorders as the Bhagandara and Vidrahdi.