Support Healthy, Glowing Skin from the Inside-Out


Learn More About Supporting Healthy, Glowing Skin from the Inside-Out with these Ayurvedic Practices and Yogi Teas

The condition of your skin can provide a great deal of insight into the overall health and wellness of your body. According to Ayurveda, the skin is made up of six layers – layers that are located deep within your body, as well as the layers that serve as a protective barrier between your body and the environment. The condition of these layers can be negatively impacted by diet and other lifestyle choices.

 To promote healthy skin from the inside-out, look to natural methods of support, such as:

*Avoiding greasy, fried, and pungent foods as well as alcohol to soothe the Pitta dosha (read our blog post about following a Pitta Cooling Diet plan to learn more)

*Avoiding activities like smoking and prolonged exposure to the sun

* Using herbs and botanicals traditionally used to promote skin health

Drinking herbal teas is a great way to incorporate skin-friendly herbs and botanicals into your skincare regimen. Hibiscus Flower and Rose Petal, found in Yogi Soothing Rose Hibiscus Skin DeTox tea, are both traditionally used in Ayurveda to support skin health, particularly for their soothing and cooling properties.

Soothing Rose Hibiscus Skin DeTox | Yogi Tea

In contrast, warming herbs like Cinnamon Bark and Cardamom Seed can also support skin health. The combination of these herbs, along with Nettle and Mullein Leaf, makes our Cinnamon Vanilla Healthy Skin tea another excellent pick for supporting your healthy glow from the inside-out.

Cinnamon Vanilla Healthy Skin | Yogi Tea

* These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


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