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Ayurvedic Treatment For Skin Diseases

Here Are The Home Remedies For Skin Disease

The health and wellbeing of our bodies depend heavily on our skin. Our skin unifies the entirety of our body “under one roof.” Skin can detect pressure, temperature, and discomfort. It is vulnerable to injuries on the inside as well as the outside. Skin conditions are a sign of internal health issues. Unbalanced internal chemistry shows itself on the skin. According to ayurveda, skin conditions are brought on by a doshic imbalance, hence therapy focuses on restoring the person’s harmony and balance.

Common skin conditions and respiratory disorders including hives, eczema, hay fever, asthma, etc. are manifestations of allergic reactions. Redness, itching, raised pimples, swelling, skin cracking, skin peeling, and other symptoms are some of the typical signs of an allergic reaction to the skin. Ayurveda is regarded as the greatest treatment for skin allergies in men, women, and children since it uses natural herbs and remedies to cure the skin permanently and offer long-term relief.

Skin allergies, according to Ayurveda, result from poor digestion. Due to the digestive system’s dysfunction, some chemicals, such as pollen and dust, might make people more sensitive and trigger an allergic reaction. As a result, anytime an individual is exposed to allergens, their doshas are impacted (become imbalanced), and the poisons generated as a result of the imbalanced doshas eventually result in noticeable symptoms. As an illustration, if the pitta dosha is disturbed, it will emit a heated poison that accumulates in deep tissue such as the nourishing plasma (Rasa), blood (Rakta), muscles (Mamsa), and lymphatic (Lasika). Such chemicals cause contamination in deeper tissues, which causes a number of skin allergy symptoms to emerge.


The five most prevalent forms of skin diseases are shown below.

  • Acne
  • Eczema (Atopic Dermatitis)
  • Dermatitis from contact
  • Yeast Infection
  • Hives
  • Acne


Acne is a skin condition that almost everyone deals with at some point in their lives. Patchy, oily, and occasionally heated or uncomfortable skin are the results. In the epidermis near hair follicles, several hormones stimulate the oil glands to produce more oil (abnormal sebum). The function acnes, a typically harmless skin bacterium, is altered by this aberrant sebum, which makes it more aggressive and causes swelling and pus.


Eczema The skin becomes dry, itchy, and cracked as a result of the skin disorder known as atopic eczema. Infants are more likely to acquire atopic eczema, which frequently happens before their first birthday. But for the first time, it can also happen to adults. Even though it’s a chronic condition, some kids can outgrow it entirely as they get older. Children are most commonly affected by it on their faces, scalps, backs of knees, insides of elbows, and hands. Atopic eczema sufferers typically experience periods of both severe flare-ups and little discomfort.


Contact Dermatitis Eczema known as contact dermatitis is caused by coming into contact with a particular substance and completely goes away if the trigger is identified and avoided. Skin that is itchy, burning, dry, and cracked results from contact dermatitis. Darker skin can turn dark brown, purple, or grey, while lighter skin can turn red. This reaction frequently occurs hours or days after being exposed to an allergen or irritant. Although any part of the body can experience symptoms, the hands and face are the most frequently affected.


Fungal Infection Jock itch, athlete’s foot, and other fungi-related illnesses are simple to acquire and transfer to others. Fungi are easy to treat since they rarely penetrate deeper than the skin’s surface in healthy persons.


Hives Rashes and hives typically disappear within a few hours to a few days. You get hives when something makes your skin create a lot of histamine and other substances. Triggers are the things that make this happen.


Ayurvedic Ways to Get Rid of Skin Allergies


Lepam treatment is also anti-inflammatory and helps to provide relief from pain caused by inflammation and to reduce swelling of the affected part. The procedure involves the use of a paste made from herbs that is applied to the affected body part. Lepam is an herbal paste that is applied externally to the affected area. The herbal powder and medium for making the paste are chosen based on the individual’s health. The herbal paste is made by selecting herbs that are appropriate for the pathology and Doshas involved. The Lepam acts as a skin exfoliant. It aids in the cleansing and smoothing of the skin. The herbs in the Lepam aid in blood circulation and skin nourishment. 

Snehapana: Snehan is the use of medicated oils, either internally or topically (oleation). Snehan refers to the ingestion of medicinal fats or the application of oil to the skin for a set period of time. A panchkarma treatment that provides a holistic and methodical approach to deep-cleansing the body by draining toxins out at the cellular level. Snehapanam treatment can be made with either vegetable or animal oils, such as Mahua, mustard, sesame, Bahera, Erand, and Karanj.

Rathamokshan: Raktamokshana, or bloodletting, is an efficient blood purification technique that involves the removal of small amounts of unclean blood in a regulated manner in order to neutralise accumulated poisons. When rakta and pitta poisoning has reached a point where herbs or other treatments are no longer effective, raktamokshan comes to the rescue.


Parisheka Sweda is a form of a sweating treatment wherein hot or warm Vata or Vata-Kapha balancing medicated liquids like herbal decoction, processed milks, processed buttermilk etc are stream, poured or sprinkled over the afflicted part maintaining a constant and uninterrupted flow from a certain pre -fixed height.


The primary wellness approach for managing conditions and diseases of the skin is ayurveda. In order to treat skin issues, Ayurveda takes a holistic approach. Every Ayurvedic therapy and piece of advice is unique. We advise you to schedule a consultation with one of our skilled ayurveda physicians at Kerala Ayurvedic Centre Dubai to find a complete cure for your skin disease symptoms.

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