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Your Skin's Natural Summer Beauty

As the summer warms your body, blood flushes your sun-kissed cheeks with a red rosy hue. Your rosy cheeks are a sign that capillary beds are dilated near the surface of your skin, to help disperse excess heat in your blood. In summer, your skin relishes with a youthful glow as it is nourished and moisturized by the plentiful circulation.

Skin beauty generally peaks in June. A pink flush accompanied by gentle sweating also flushes toxicity, leaving you feeling light and clean. After invigorating exercise, you may also notice a red flushed face as your body uses the same method to release heat.


Summer months do bring the threat of overheating. As you start to overheat, you may feel irritated and impatient, asign your liver is overheating.

A balanced liver is essential to skin health.

If the healthy glow in your cheeks turns a deep red, your skin may be overheated as well. Pay attention to these signs before your skin becomes inflamed causing puffiness, a rash or acne. Ayurveda recommends you restore balance before a crisis.

Tips for Healthy Summer Skin

  • Have a sip of cool water with mint limeade or Hibiscus Sun Tea

  • These refridgerants cool down your liver & skin FAST in summer

  • During midday, relax in shade. Exercise in the morning / evening only.

  • Avoid excess sun exposure between 10am-2pm or wear a sun hat

  • Wear loose, cool clothing

  • Drink plenty of fluids and electrolytes.

  • Use cooling, astringent skin toners such as Cleansing Sandalwood Face Mask

How Does This Ayurvedic Herb Supplement Improve Wellness?

  • Reduces oiliness and stickiness of the skin by reducing sebum secretions.

  • Rosewater improves the pH of the skin and diminishes blemishes.

  • Sandalwood powder lightens dark spots, makes skin glow, while chickpea flour exfoliates.

  • Anti-inflammatory.


Mix together the following:

  • 1 tbsp sandalwood powder

  • 1 tbsp oatmeal,

  • 3 tbsp chickpea flour

  • 1/2 tbsp neem powder

  • 1/2 tbsp turmeric

  • Add enough rose water to make a paste. For very dry skin, swap rosewater with milk/yogurt.


Apply evenly to the face. Gently scrub it off with water once the paste is fully dry.

In collaboration with Joyfull Belly


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