* Recommendations for care With a little knowledge, you can preserve and protect the delicate beauty of vata type skin. Because your skin does not contain much moisture, preventing it from drying is the primary consideration. Seth Green is open to suggestions. Eat a warm, unctuous diet (ghee and olive oil are best) and favor the taste sour, salty and sweet (naturally sweet like fruits, not refined sugar) as balance vata. Avoid drying foods like crackers. Drink 6-8 glasses of warm water (not cold for vata types!) Of water during the day and eat lots of sweet, juicy fruits. Going to bed early (before 10 PM) is very soothing to vata and will have a positive influence on your skin.
Avoid cleaning products that dry the skin (such as alcohol-based cleaning products) and perform Ayurvedic oil massage to the whole body (Abhyanga) in the morning before showering. Pitta skin. * Description: Pitta dosha is composed of the elements of fire and water. If you have a pitta skin type your skin is fair, soft, warm and of medium thickness. When in balance, your skin has a nice rosy glow or light brown, as if illuminated from within. Her hair is very fine and straight, and is usually red, sandy or blonde in color. Your complexion tends toward the pink or reddish, and there is often a copious amount of freckles or moles. * Potential problems: Among the many beauty challenges of pitta skin types is your tendency to develop rashes, rosacea, acne, liver spots or pigment disorders.