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Why Ayurvedic Pigmentation Cream Is The Best Remedy For Skin?

“Healthy Skin is a reflection of overall wellness.”

These words by Dr.Howard Murad sound so true as our skin plays a major part in our beauty and confidence. If our skin looks good to us then our confidence and personality skyrocket. In another scenario, if there’s a pimple that's popped up on our face or a blackhead or a mild discoloration, we’d want to go into a lockdown of our own. Simply put our skin plays a major role in our confidence. In our day-to-day lives, our skin is exposed to a lot of factors that for which we need something advanced while also following the former three routines.

First, let us identify the problems our skin faces on a day to day basis(that one came out naturally)

Sun: Exposure to the sun leads to premature aging, tan lines, and redness. When we step out in the sun our skin pores are exposed to UV rays dispersed by the sun.

Pollution: The depleting environmental conditions add more misery because the atmosphere is filled with chlorofluorocarbon, acids, and particulate matter. These cause aging, wrinkling, pigmentation, and degradation of the protein collagen.

What is pigmentation?

One of the major skin problems today is pigmentation. It is defined as the disorder in which skin under exposure discolors. Our skin has a component called melanin that decides the color of our skin. That translates to the general complexion of the skin if melanin is more then your complexion gets darker. Melanin plays an important role as it's our body’s natural protection from UV damage. With time and the advent of climate change in order to fight the UV rays, our body secretes melanin. In the process what happens is deposits are left in the skin due to excessive production of melanin. This condition is known as hyperpigmentation. This phenomenon also happens when there is a hormonal imbalance in the body. This leaves skin with uneven dark patches on the skin and face. They may or may not go away with time. Lastly, all skin types whether normal, dry, or oily are susceptible to pigmentation. In addition, it is also common for all complexion fair, wheatish, or dusky to develop such a condition.  

        


To have healthy skin we need to have a balance of skincare, diet, and active lifestyle:-

Skincare: We need to adopt a routine where we take good care of our skin, like investing in products like face wash, moisturizer, and sunscreens that help our skin refresh, rejuvenate and repair from daily wear and tear.

Diet: We also need to be very aware of what we’re putting into our bellies. As studies show excess consumption of fried food results in degeneration of the epidermis and dermis. This cause acne, cyst, and premature aging. We should also maintain hydration levels in our bodies in order to have good skin. We should at least drink 3-4 liters per day to maintain hydration and the quality of the skin.

Active Lifestyle: We need to maintain some amount of activity to keep calories in check. Working out helps in toning the skin and muscles, improves blood circulation, and releases endorphins that make skin glow. Activities like strength training, pilates, yoga, running, and cycling help in the release of collagen a compound that helps in skin elasticity.

Rest: We need at least 6 to 8 hours of uninterrupted sleep to have healthy skin. 

Ayurvedic Pigmentation Cream: The Best Remedy For Skin

While investing in skincare we must also ensure that the product we’re using is natural, organic, and gentle to our face and skin. Many products use synthetics parabens and chemicals in the name of modern science and innovation without realizing the long-term effects it would have on your skin. 

The formerly mentioned products cause cracked brittle and swollen skin. Sometimes to take a step forward we need to take a few steps back. This is the reason we have stepped back and looked into our ancient culture that has remedies for all our health and well-being. There are answers to all of our health queries in Ayurveda and using those techniques we have crafted Ayurvedic Pigmentation Cream that is like the tough Mother’s love no to chemicals and yes to the love and care of totally organic products. 


Benefits & Uses of Ayurvedic pigmentation cream 

  • This ayurvedic pigmentation cream naturally fights signs of premature aging, redness, and discoloration.
  • The cream repairs skin as it contains the essential fatty acids to nourish collagen.
  • The anti-pigmentation cream improves complexion and also softens the skin.
  • The cream is made from natural elements like licorice(mulethi), Gooseberry( Amla), Neem, Papaya, Aloe vera, Wheat germ, and willow.
  • The use of herbal components that goes into the making of the cream makes the cream friendly for your skin.

The anti-pigmentation cream is easy to use and can be applied in the following steps:-

  • Take a small amount of Licorice Anti-Pigmentation Night Renewal Face Creme.
  • Apply it on a cleansed face just before you sleep. And let the night's sleep renew your skin with the help of Bioayurveda.

Further Licorice or Mulethi is a natural proven agent for skin as it:-

Helps with Hyperpigemnatation.

Sun Defence

Treats scars

Soothes inflammation and softens skin.

Bioayurveda is a luxury ayurveda brand and we are committed to sustainable chemical-free health and well-being. The Cream will do wonders for your skin as you look radiant and Belle of the ball no matter where you’re at. We are confident that we have created something special for you and your skin will thank you for it.

We have a wide range of ayurvedic herbal products for you and your loved ones for every occasion. That’s all on this story about Ayurvedic Pigmentation Cream. You can check other products at Bioayurveda.



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