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Manufacturer: Kerala Ayurveda Ltd. Athani Post, Aluva, Ernakulam District, Kerala - 683585
Country of Origin: India
Stress, environment, and genetics can cause various types of skin problems. While some skin issues can be controlled, others are more difficult to control and these may seem impossible to control. Skin problems can be mild or severe and there can be triggers that give rise to skin problems. Skin problems are more apparent on the face which can hamper confidence and can have an impact on day-to-day life.
Swarnamukhi Face Cream is an Ayurvedic formulation of ingredients that have been used for centuries to improve the health and appearance of skin. It is recommended as an Ayurvedic topical application to enhance the glow, texture, and complexion of the skin. The traditional ingredients are also used in Ayurveda to reduce the appearance of fine lines and help in the rejuvenation of the skin tissues. The cream is formulated so that it has the effect of being a moisturiser that does not make the skin appear greasy.
The Swarnamukhi face cream is a natural, ayurvedic cream for your face. The reason it is sought after by many of our customers is that it comprises a combination of handpicked ingredients that helps your skin glow naturally. This ayurvedic fairness cream consists of the following ingredients.
Sandalwood is used in traditional remedies for enhancing the appearance and health of the skin
It is an ingredient that is used as a natural detoxifier
It balances the Pitta and Kapha Doshas
Has anti-inflammatory properties
Helps reduce skin tanning
Has a cooling effect
Acts like an astringent
Is an antiseptic ingredient
Helpful in protecting from acne formation
Helps detoxify the skin
Helpful in making the skin firm and tight
Has antioxidant properties
Helps restore skin elasticity
Helpful in preventing premature skin aging
Helps improve skin health
It balances the Kapha and Pitta Doshas
It is an astringent herb that is used on the skin in folk medicine to dry up the acne and any blemishes quickly
It is also used as a traditional herb that is applied topically to hasten the healing of wounds
It is used for the Ayurvedic treatment of bone fractures, diarrhea, itching, bleeding disorders, and eye problems. It is also useful in Ayurveda as part of treatment to alleviate the symptoms of pain, swelling, inflammation, itching, hemorrhoids, conjunctivitis, vaginal issues, skin issues that involve infection, and oozing.
It is an Ayurvedic hepatoprotective, analgesic and antiinflammatory
This is an Ayurvedic formulation that is made by infusing herbal ingredients into sesame oil (Tila Thaila)
This oil is a traditional medicine to help restore a glow to the skin
Helps in nourishing the skin
Supports skin tone enhancement
Helpful to attain even skin tone
Helps reduce blemishes and spots
The lotus flower
Deeply moisturizes the skin
Helps to make skin glow naturally
Is rich in antioxidants
Helps to keep acne breakouts away
It is useful as a diuretic, coolant, antipyretic and cardiac tonic
It enhances the complexion
Sesame oil (Sesamum indicum) is used extensively as a base of many Ayurvedic formulations as it is strengthening and gets well absorbed by the tissues
It is warm in nature
Pacifies Kapha and Vata Doshas
Is used in Ayurveda to treat neuromuscular disorders.
Has antioxidant properties
Helps in fighting acne from developing
Moisturizes the skin
Has antimicrobial properties
Helps skin glow
Helps lighten skin naturally
Helps to treat acne breakouts
Helpful in reducing skin blemishes
Improves the complexion
Rich in antioxidants
Helps to treat dull and dry skin
Is used in Ayurveda as an active ingredient in the best ayurvedic fairness cream
Is useful in treating skin diseases
Useful in wound healing
Gives your skin beautiful glow
Helps hydrate skin
Nourishes skin so it is healthy
Helps to improve the texture of the skin
It is an Ayurvedic anti-inflammatory
Helps restore skin’s health
Helpful in purifying the blood and improves skin texture
Decreases uneven pigmentation
Fights skin radicals
It calms the Pitta in the body
Balances the Kapha and Pitta Doshas
Is used in traditional medicine to improve the complexion and voice
It is used in Ayurveda to treat skin problems, blood sugar issues, ear pain, eye pain, inflammatory problems, urinary tract, and gynaecological disorders
Glycyrrhiza glabra, Licorice or Mulethi is a common ingredient in Indian kitchens
It is one of 10 herbs that are called the Jeevaneeya Gana (10 herbs) which have anti-aging properties
It is a Varnya herb that is good for the skin
It is one of the Ayurvedic ingredients that is believed to reduce blemishes and spots on the skin, especially Pitta caused spots and marks. This makes it useful in Ayurvedic acne marks removal cream
It is a Kandhugna herb that relieves skin itching making it a part of Ayurvedic treatment for Eczema and Psoriasis
It is found to have a soothing effect on the throat and is used in formulations for a sore or hoarse throat
It is a multipurpose ingredient helpful Ayurvedic medicine as an anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, anti-cancer, anti-bacterial, anti-arthritic, analgesic and antacid
It pacifies the Pitta and Vata Doshas
Its beneficial effect of both testosterone and estrogen makes it useful in treating prostate troubles as well as menopause issues
It is also called Callicarpa macrophylla
It is used in Ayurveda as a blood purifier, anti-bacterial, wound healer and to treat skin diseases
The causes of skin issues depend on the problem.
Premature aging is caused due to exposure to the sun for long periods. The sun’s rays damage your skin and cause fine lines, crow feet, and wrinkles to appear. Your genes can be responsible for premature skin aging. Smoking can affect your skin and cause premature skin aging as well. Lifestyle habits can affect your skin. Your skin can get damaged if you don’t sleep properly if you eat a diet high in sugar content, if you drink too much coffee and if you take the stress.
Acne is caused when the bacteria, oil, and dead skin is unable to come out of your skin through the pores. Certain medicines can cause acne. When there is a change in hormones, then acne can develop too. If you eat certain types of foods, such as a diet high in carbohydrates or sugars, then you are more likely to develop acne. If your parents had acne, then there is a high chance of you getting acne too.
Uneven skin tone is characterized by dark spots and age spots that stand out on your skin. Hyperpigmentation occurs due to exposure to the sun’s rays. Your hormones can cause hyperpigmentation as well. If your skin was damaged at any point then it can lead to hyperpigmentation too. Hypopigmentation can occur due to a decrease in the production of melanin. Another cause of age spots is your skin being unable to replenish the cells that die. Uneven skin tone can make your skin appear dull.
Dull skin is caused because your skin is dehydrated and not nourished properly. This can lead to premature skin aging too. Not taking time to exfoliate your skin is another reason why your skin can become dull in appearance. Not sleeping enough affects your skin and makes it look dull and lifeless. When your skin is not moisturized, it becomes dull. Another cause of dull skin is your environment. Stress affects your skin and the more stress you take the duller your skin will be.
Dry skin causes premature skin aging and there are various causes of it. If you have skin conditions such as eczema then you are more prone to dry skin. If you use harsh soaps then you can develop dry skin which can lead to other skin problems too. Other factors like weather, heat and even hot showers can affect your skin. They can take away all the moisture and lead to dry skin.
Ayurveda studies the appearance of the skin to determine the overall health status of a person. When a person is in excellent health their skin is said to glow with the radiance of good health. Ayurveda defined three Doshas that govern the health of a person. When these three Doshas are balanced, the body functions well and the skin looks normal. An imbalance of the Doshas reflects on the skin and its health.
Ayurveda states that the imbalances of the body are reflected in the skin. That is why Ayurveda does not view skin problems as something that can be dealt with individually. Ayurveda is about how everything in your body is interconnected and how your skin gets affected because of what is going on in your body. This is why just knowing about the symptoms of the skin problem and then treating the symptom does not provide long-lasting results. Understanding the imbalances within and working to balance those does wonder and has a positive effect on a much deeper level.
Pitta is responsible for how your skin is. Your skin’s texture, color, temperature, and radiance are the responsibility of pitta. Pitta takes care of what is applied to the skin such as oils, creams, powders, soaps and so on. It takes care of what your skin comes in contact with such as allergens and dust as well. There are many places where pitta resides and one of these places is your skin. Hence, when there is any type of imbalance your skin is the first one to show it. When you balance your pitta your skin does not show any troubling signs and is soft and beautiful.
Your liver, blood, and the digestive tract are connected to pitta as well which means if there is an imbalance in these organs then you will know by looking at your skin. The reason is that whenever there is an excess of heat or food is not able to get digested in your body, then there is an accumulation of toxins in your body. The skin serves as a place where the excess can be taken out. When this happens, you can experience a range of skin problems. These can be itching, rashes, and other mild problems. Else, they can also be severe skin conditions such as eczema.
Ayurveda states that your emotional balance and your environment have an impact on your skin as well. That is why in certain seasons you can expect your skin to flare-up more often than others. Environmental factors such as pollution and irritants can negatively impact your skin which further aggravates pitta because of the imbalance that is present. That is why, in Ayurveda, the entire matter must be considered instead of one problem solely. This helps to understand the problem more deeply and effectively and can help you get the answer that truly matters and makes sense.
To support pitta, you should focus on your diet. You should eat easily digestible foods and those foods which help to detoxify. Whole foods are recommended and healthy foods should be incorporated by you to ensure your pitta becomes balanced. You can eat cooling foods as well as this will ensure pitta is balanced. Foods to avoid include spicy food, sour foods, and foods with a high level of acidity. You should avoid eating chocolate and drinking alcohol to balance your pitta as they can further irritate your skin.
Apart from your diet, you can focus on exercise in the evening or early in the morning. To balance pitta, moderate exercise is recommended because intense exercise can cause an imbalance. For instance, hiking, yoga, and walking should be done moderately. You can practice meditation daily and you can do some yoga too. You can do sheetali pranayama and nadi shodhana pranayama daily to balance pitta. Don’t forget that having a routine is quite helpful as well to be relaxed and to balance your doshas. You should have fixed meal times and try to wake up and go to sleep at the same time every day.
The Vata Dosha is drying in nature and when it is imbalanced the skin is dry in appearance. In extreme cases, there might even be pain or prickling sensations. Since the Kapha Dosha is cold and slimy, its imbalance can cause skin that is oily and itchy. So maintaining the proper and natural Dosha balance in the body helps normalise the skin’s appearance.
Ayurveda also defines a metabolic waste that is produced when the digestion is not efficient. This digestive waste called Ama causes health issues when it penetrates the skin. So, eating properly and keeping one’s digestion at its best is good for the skin. Ayurvedic ingredients that are used on the skin are selected for their ability to correct Dosha imbalances and also detoxify the Ama. The best Ayurvedic face cream is one that balances the Doshas and eliminates toxins using the right mix of ingredients.
Swarnamukhi Face Cream is a natural ayurvedic face cream to help you in your skin treatment journey. It is a fairness cream for oily skin and works well for all other skin types as well. No matter which type of skin imbalances you are suffering from, this ayurvedic skincare product is safe and natural thanks to its chemical-free ingredients. It great for daily use because of the soothing ingredients that it is made of. This helps the cream to work from the inside and gives you a natural glow making you look radiant and youthful always.
If you have wondered how to get that natural glow, then Swarnamukhi can help. It is an ayurvedic cream for glowing skin that focuses on all aspects of your skin. It hydrates your skin from within. It can help balance the oil content giving your skin perfect moisture. It helps soften your skin and protects your skin from premature aging signs while rejuvenating your skin at the same time. Swarnamukhi face cream will help achieve a blemish-free and flawless skin with regular use as the cream balances the various factors making you look your best.
PRESENTATION: 20 g in HDPE container
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