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Updated: May 18, 2023

Welcome to our wellness blog! Today we are going to talk about Pitta Skin, its symptoms, and how you can balance it using Paavani Ayurveda organic oils.

Pitta is one of the three doshas in Ayurveda, which relates to fire and water. Pitta skin is characterized by oily, sensitive, and prone to acne, inflammation, and pigmentation. Here are some common symptoms of Pitta skin:

Redness or rashes– Pitta skin can show redness or rashes easily, which can be itchy and uncomfortable.

Oily Skin– Pitta skin is often oily, with open pores that easily clog up and produce pimples and other blemishes.

Sun Sensitivity- Pitta skin is particularly sensitive to the sun, making it more prone to sunburns and heat rashes.

Inflammation– Pitta skin can become inflamed and irritated easily, and may not respond well to many mainstream skincare products.

If you have Pitta skin, you can balance it using Ayurvedic practices and Paavani Ayurveda organic oils.

Here are some tips to help balance your skin type:

Use Paavani Ayurveda Organic Pitta Balancing Oil: This oil contains almond oil, sunflower oil, and other natural ingredients to balance your Pitta skin. It soothes your skin and reduces inflammation, irritation, and redness.

Use Gentle and Natural Products: Avoid harsh products and ingredients that may irritate Pitta skin such as astringent toners or drying soaps. Opt for natural, gentle skincare products like Paavani Ayurveda's Pitta Skin Toner which contains rose and vetiver.

Eat Pitta Balancing Foods: Ayurveda recommends eating cooling and hydrating foods to balance Pitta dosha. Some examples are watermelon, cucumber, coconut water, and leafy greens. Avoid hot and spicy foods, alcohol and caffeine.

Practice Self Care: Stress triggers Pitta dosha, so make sure you are practicing self-care techniques like meditation, yoga, or deep breathing to reduce stress.

Stay Hydrated: Pitta skin needs to be well hydrated, so drink plenty of water throughout the day. It is recommended to drink at minimum, half your body-weight in ounces of water per day.

In conclusion, if you have Pitta skin, you can balance your inflammation by following Ayurvedic practices and using Paavani Ayurveda's organic products. Remember to be gentle with your skin, hydrate yourself and most importantly incorporate the right kind of foods in your diet. We hope our tips have helped you achieve your balanced Pitta skin goals. Take care of your skin and happy healing!

Thank you for reading, check out our other wellness blogs.

Beth & Will

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