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Skin and Hair Health

Updated: Mar 25

Glowing skin and strong hair is not a dream that can only be achieved through expensive skin-care and hair products; it actually starts from within. Ayurveda teaches us that “you are what you eat”, and this is the key to glowing skin and healthy hair. Antioxidants are the secret to your skin’s defense. They protect against free radicals and aging signs.

In Ayurveda, a robust digestive system is the first step toward achieving radiant skin. Consuming vegetables with high-water-content, such as cucumber, spinach, mushrooms, zucchini, celery, radish, cauliflower, cabbage, asparagus, fennel is a foundational Ayurvedic approach.

For example carrots, which are rich in beta-carotene, ensure a radiant complexion. Combined with the anti-inflammatory properties of ginger, it makes a great juice to glowing skin.


Berries are nature’s gift to your skin, loaded with antioxidants and vitamins. Strawberries and blueberries fight skin-damaging free radicals and prevent your skin’s youthful charm. Lemons, mangos, apples, papayas and avocados also ensure radiant and beautiful skin.

The best foods for healthy hair are cucumber, almonds, walnuts, coconuts, ghee, moringa, pomegranate, sesame seeds, cumin seeds, fennel, spinach, broccoli, carrots, citrus fruits, fenugreek, curry leaves and amla.

Incorporate a diet rich in water-content vegetables and nutrient-rich foods. By using natural remedies, you can boost your skin’s vitality and attain the glow, all without the need for chemically laden skin-care products. Ayurveda attributes good hair to good Prana (life force energy), and fresh and healthy foods are the key to strong hair. When you are looking for foods that strengthen your hair, you are also nourishing your skin at the same time. 🤍

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