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Charya Sampurna Combo Pack: Your Complete Guide to Ayurvedic Skincare


Vd. Shweta Labde



Charya Sampurna Combo Pack: Your Complete Guide to Ayurvedic Skincare Routine

Ladies or gentlemen, no matter who you are, everyone wants healthy skin that glows radiantly with no flaws. But wait, where will you get this glow from? Let us help you with this through our blog to tell you about skin health, its maintenance and much more.


Skin or Twacha, is the first organ that enables you to touch, feel and experience the world around you. It is one of the Panch indriyas (sense organs) that help you to feel and perform your daily activities with the help of it.

From an Ayurvedic perspective, the formation of skin is associated with the Rasa Dhatu (plasma) and Rakta Dhatu (blood) in the body. Proper nourishment and balance of these dhatus contribute to healthy and radiant skin.

Imbalances in the doshas or dhatus can lead to various skin disorders like acne, eczema, psoriasis, or dryness. In this blog, we will help you to know your skin and skin type better and a perfect regime that will help you get that glass skin glow in just a few steps, so let us begin.

Tridosha and its impact on the skin

Ayurveda, an ancient system of medicine, classifies individuals based on their predominant Dosha—Vata, Pitta, or Kapha. Each Dosha type has unique characteristics and corresponding skincare needs.

Each of them is one by one as follows:

1. Vata Dosha Skin: The predominant elements or Mahabhutas in the Vata skin type are Air (Vayu)+Ether (Akasha).

This type of skin shows pre-mature ageing along with many other characteristics like:

Characteristics – Vata’s dominating skin is dry, uneven-toned, and prone to wrinkles and fine lines.

Ayurveda recommendations – As this skin type is dehydrated, it requires regular hydration and nourishment. You must introduce some healthy oils, for example, Sesame oil, Kumkumadi oil or other effective oils such as Charya Face Oil to keep your skin hydrated for a long time.

Skincare routine for Vata dominating skin type-

Step 1: Begin with cleansing your beautiful face with the goodness of natural herbs like Musta, Lodhra, Anantmoola, and many more with Charya Ubtan.

Step 2: Follow with a few drops of our hydrating Charya body and face oil to keep the skin hydrated all day long.

2. Pitta Dosha Skin: The predominant elements or Mahabhutas in the Pitta skin type are Fire(Agni) and water (Jala). This type of skin is very prone to sunburn and presents with freckles, beauty marks, greasy skin, acne and tanning.

Characteristics – Pitta dominating skin is warm, sensitive, intolerant to heat and presents with redness and freckles.

Ayurveda recommendations – Pitta skin type presents with warmth, redness and other related issues. It requires cooling agents to combat the concerns with Pitta skin type faces.

Skincare routine for Pitta dominating skin type-

Step 1: Start your skincare routine with Charya Ubtan, which cleanses your skin and rejuvenates all 7 layers.

Step 2: Hydrate your skin with the best Pitta balancing elixir, like “Ghrita” or clarified butter. It helps to keep your skin hydrated and helps to balance the Pitta dosha.

3. Kapha Dosha Skin: The predominant elements or Mahabhutas in the Kapha skin type are Water(Jala) and earth (Pruthvi). The oily skin type brings more acne and other skin issues. The oil present on the skin in the Kapha skin type brings all the dirt and pollution to your skin and clogs the skin pores.

Characteristics – The Kapha skin type presents with dullness, oil and excess sebum production.

Ayurveda recommendations – This skin type requires washing off the face at least twice a day to remove excess oil from the face. Regular exfoliation is the key to Kapha’s dominating skin type.

Skincare routine for Kapha dominating skin type –

Step 1: Wash your face with a chemical-free and 100% natural soft cleanser.

Step 2: Gently scrub your skin by using honey or Charya Ayurvedic Ubtan to slough off the dead tissues present on the skin.

Step 3: Apply just a few drops of naturally made oils to keep the skin hydrated and fresh.


Our skin is the protective covering of the body. It does its job 24/7 with no rest and requires just care and affection in return. We hope you can now easily access your skin type and switch to your most suitable regime as per your skin type.

Although no skin is good or bad, it is all about your efforts to keep it healthy.


Q1  What does Ayurveda say about skincare?

Skincare as per Ayurveda is different for different skin types. So know your skin type and consult with a qualified Ayurveda practitioner to pick the right skin care for you.

2. How to clear skin according to Ayurveda?

A clear skin is equal to a healthy skin. It’s all about eating well, sleeping well and making the right choice for your skincare. A skin free from any skin issue is considered clear skin.

What are the 7 layers of skin according to Ayurveda?

The seven layers of the skin according to Ayurveda are, avabhashini, lohita, shweta, tamra, vedini, rohini, and mansdhara.

Q4 How to create Ayurvedic skincare?

Start with, cleansing, toning, and then moisturising. Also, always apply sunscreen. Follow all the steps with the help of natural and chemical-free products after knowing your skin type and requirements.

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