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Vataja skin(Air+Ether)
Description: Vata is composed of the elements of air and space. If you have a vata skin type, your skin will be dry, thin, fine pored, delicate and cool to the touch. When balanced, it glows with a delicate lightness and refinement that is elegant and attractive. When vata skin is imbalanced, it will be prone to excessive dryness and may even be rough and flaky.

Potential problems:
Vata skin: Early aging, develop wrinkles earlier than most due to its tendency to dryness and thinness. If your digestion is not in balance, skin becomes dull and grayish, tendency for disorders such as dry eczema and skin fungus. Mental stress, such as worry, fear and lack of sleep, has a powerful effect on vata skin. It looks tired and lifeless.

Recommendations for care

- Preventing it from drying is the major consideration.
- Eat a warm, unctuous diet (ghee and olive oil are best)
- Favor sour, salty and sweet tastes (naturally sweet like fruits, not refined sugar) as they balance vata.
- Avoid drying foods like crackers.

Recommendations for care

- Drink 6-8 glasses of warm (not cold for vata types!) water throughout the day and eat plenty of sweet, juicy fruits.
- Going to bed early (before 10 PM) is very soothing to vata and will have a tremendously positive influence on your skin.
- Avoid cleansing products that dry the skin (like alcohol-based cleansers)
- Ayurvedic oil massage  in the morning before you shower

Pittaja skin(Fire and water)
Description: If you have a pitta skin type your skin is fair, soft, warm and of medium thickness. When balanced, your skin has a beautiful, slightly rosy or golden glow, as if illuminated from within. Your hair typically is 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:
- Pitta skin tendency to develop rashes, acne, liver spots or pigment disorders. 
- Large proportion of the fire element in your constitution, has the least tolerance for the sun, is photosensitive, and most likely to accumulate sun damage over the years.
- Aggravated by emotional stress, especially suppressed anger, frustration, or resentment.


Recommendations for care

- Avoid excessive sunlight, tanning highly heating therapies  body steams.
- Avoid hot, spicy foods. 
- Favor astringent, bitter and sweet foods (Again, naturally sweet, not chocolate and refined sugar!)

Recommendations for care

- Sweet juicy fruits (especially melons and pears),
- cooked greens and rose petal preserves are especially good.
- Drinking plenty of water .
- Emotional stress under control through plenty of outdoor exercise, yoga and meditation.

Cosmetics for Pitta
Reduce external or internal contact with synthetic chemicals, to which your skin is especially prone to react.
Avoid skin products that are abrasive, heating or contain artificial colors or preservatives.
Most commercial make-up brands should be avoided in favor of strictly 100% natural ingredient cosmetics.

Kaphaja skin(Earth and water)
Description: If you have a kapha skin type your skin is thick, oily, soft and cool to the touch. Your complexion is a glowing porcelain whitish color, like the moon, and hair characteristically thick, wavy, oily and dark. Kapha skin types, with their more generous collagen and connective tissue, are fortunate to develop wrinkles much later in life than vata or pitta types.

Potential problems
If your skin becomes imbalanced, it can show up as enlarged pores, excessively oily skin, moist types of eczema, blackheads, acne or pimples, and water retention. Kapha skin is also more prone to fungal infections.

Recommendations for care

- Kapha skin is more prone to clogging and needs more cleansing than other skin types.
- Be careful to avoid greasy, clogging creams. Likewise, avoid heavy, hard to digest foods like fried foods, fatty meats, cheeses and rich desserts.
- Eat more light, easy to digest, astringent, bitter and pungent (well-spiced) foods as they balance kapha.

Recommendations for care
- Olive oil is the best cooking oil and a little ginger and lime juice can be taken before meals to increase your characteristically sluggish digestive fire.
- Take warm baths often and use gentle cleansers to open the skin pores.
- Avoid getting constipated and try to get some exercise every day to increase circulation and help purify the skin through sweating process.