• Safe Holi - Tips & Tricks for a Skin-friendly Colourful Holi

    Safe Holi - Tips & Tricks for a Skin-friendly Colourful Holi

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    Holi is an Indian festival celebrated by throwing colored powders and water, but it can harm the skin and hair. To prevent damage, here are some dos and don'ts before and after play. Oil your body, cover up, protect your eyes and lips, and prime and braid your hair, avoid synthetic colors and drink lots of fluids. After Holi, use gentle cleansers, vegetable oils,...
  • Skincare for Pregnant Women, Mums and Babies - Parama Naturals

    Skincare for Pregnant Women, Mums and Babies - Parama Naturals

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    Parama brings back the magic of "nurturing" turmeric and nourishing oils to take care of your skin and health during pregnancy and post-partum, and also your baby's.  
  • 7 Must-dos for Glowing Skin & Overall Wellness in Winter as per Ayurveda (Shishir Ritucharya)

    7 Must-dos for Glowing Skin & Overall Wellness in Winter as per Ayurveda (Shishir Ritucharya)

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    A New Year. Resolutions to stay healthy, happy & prosperous during the year and create plans of self care to ensure that they will happen. Winter. The coldest season in the northern hemisphere. Dry weather. Cold winds. Misty mornings. Foggy days. All at once! In India, which follows the 6 season pattern, Shishir Ritu or the late winter falls immediately after Hemant, or the...
  • Gauri-Ganesh and the Haldi Connection

    Gauri-Ganesh and the Haldi Connection

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    Turmeric is an essential part of all Hindu religious rituals and festivals, including Gauri-Ganesh celebrated in Bhadrapad, the sixth month of the Hindu calendar. So what makes Turmeric so special? What is it that makes it such an important part of our rituals? Find out in this blog.
  • Wellhealth Ayurvedic Health Care Tips for Monsoons

    Wellhealth Ayurvedic Health Care Tips for Monsoons

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    Monsoons are the perfect time to enjoy the pleasant weather with a cup of hot masala chai and pakodas (deep-fried fritters), steaming hot momos, or a roasted bhutta (corn on the cob). And yet, this weather brings with it a spate of unwelcome guests in the form of infections like diarrhea, dysentery, cold, fungal and bacterial infections, etc. ruining the mood for you. There's...
  • Tips for Healthy & Glowing Skin during Monsoons

    Tips for Healthy & Glowing Skin during Monsoons

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    - By Sonia Mathur The much-awaited monsoon season is here and the rain-washed world looks lush, green and beautiful. But the humid and damp weather brings is accompanied by varied skin concerns including skin infections for people of all skin types. Here is an easy-to-follow Monsoon skin care guide for keeping all skin issues at bay and enjoying the rains with bright and healthy...
  • Yoga for Humanity

    Yoga for Humanity

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    Yoga for Humanity: The Covid-19 pandemic has taught us a lesson or two. Rudely stopped by the pandemic in our fast-paced tracks, we got time to focus more on what is really important-- our physical and mental well-being and connecting with fellow human beings. Lockdowns, closure of gyms and no avenues to pursue sports and often even a walk or a run, led to people looking...
  • Yoga and Abhyanga Benefits - for physical & psychological wellbeing

    Yoga and Abhyanga Benefits - for physical & psychological wellbeing

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    Ayurveda prescribes Yoga for anybody who needs a fit body and mind and Abhyanga to be able to reap all the benefits of Yoga. Learn about the benefits of Abhyanga for anybody who follows it and especially for those who also practice Yoga.
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