Cosmetology- Hair and skin care


Alopecia is the medical description of the loss of hair from the head or body, sometimes to the extent of baldness. Unlike the common aesthetic depilation of body hair, alopecia tends to be involuntary and unwelcome, e.g., androgenic alopecia. However, it may also be caused by a psychological compulsion to pull out one's own hair (trichotillomania) or the unforeseen consequences of voluntary hairstyling routines (mechanical "traction alopecia" from excessively tight ponytails or braids, or burns to the scalp from caustic hair relaxer solutions or hot hair irons).

This includes the nasyam treatment of panchakarma followed by nutritional supplements, thaladharanam - a unique aurvedic treatment for hair loss and the lazer comb treatment. This combination gives an excellent result for the hair loss.


It cleanses accumulated Kapha toxins from the head and neck. Herbal juices. medicated oil, Churna, ghrita, fumes of herbs used through nostrils.

Indication: effective for headache, Parlaysis, Sinusitis, Hair Fall etc.,

Thala Dharan:

Special powder mixed with oil is applied on top of the head for 30 mins.

Indication: Migraine, facial paralysis, heat stroke, high B.P, Hairloss.

Hair fall according ayurveda

  • Too much exposure to dust, sunlight, water and other pollutants.
  • Too much of sweating.
  • Irregular sleeping pattern.
  • Anxiety, depression, insomnia.
  • Unhygienic way of living
  • Diseases

Alcohol consumption.

Due to these causes the tridoshas get vitiated and cause hair loss. Medicated oil with the herbs Bringaraja, Amalaki, Haritaki and vibhitaki is a best remedy for hair fall.

Preventing hair loss:

  • Patient education - Hair loss may also occur for reasons where it is possible to do something about it. If there is any hair loss and cannot attribute any reason to it, check to see that these things are not done.
  • Tying hair tightly for prolonged periods.
  • Wearing helmets, tight caps or turbans for long periods.
  • Using strong chemicals in hair.
  • Dieting or eating poor diet.

Bacterial or fungal infections of the scalp can also cause loss of hair. However, these can usually be cured easily with the use of medicines or medicated shampoos.

How to use shampoo?

  • A number of people just slop shampoo onto their heads without paying attention to the correct way of applying it. But it is important to keep a few things in mind:
  • Always ensure that hair is tangle free before shampooing. Before washing brush hair with head upside down to remove dust and impurities.
  • Always shampoo gently, using fingertips to work up lather.
  • Start lathering the scalp first. The grease, dirt accumulates here. Continue lathering moving towards end.
  • xDo not pile hair on top of head; let it hang naturally. This enables the lather to work its own way down from the roots to the ends.
For long hair, shampoo the scalp and then divide the hair into sections. Gently massage each section downwards, root to tip, between the palms of hands.

Washing out shampoo:

  • Rinse hair thoroughly with lukewarm water. Hot water dries both scalp and hair. A shower is the best way of washing out the shampoo.
  • Should any shampoo remain unwashed it will cause dryness of the scalp. Don't rub hair while rinsing.
  • Wet hair is very fragile. Let the water flow through.
  • After a shampoo, leave hair loose for a while until it is completely dry, as excess sweat or moisture can damage it.
  • Give hair a final rinse with cold water to stimulate blood circulation and to close the pores.
  • Take into accounts the type of water. If salty, mix one or two pinches of washing soda (sodium carbonate) to the bucket. This will soften water which would otherwise leave a dulling deposit on the hair.

Herbal hair cleansers:

Reeta (soapnut) and shikakai form the best natural therapeutic cleansing base for herbal shampoo, which cleans gently without adversely affecting the scalp and the hair. Reeta is best for oil hair as it causes excessive dryness. But the dryness can be countered by mixing it with amla (gooseberry), making it suitable for dry hair. Both these herbs are far superior in their cleansing properties as compared to the synthetic shampoos. Amla has darkening properties, which provides superb gloss and color to Indian hair. Being the main ingredient of natural Ayurvedic oils, it also imparts shine to dry and lusterless hair.


Patient education -

Healthy, younger looking skin is what everyone dreams of. Healthy, younger looking skin is not hard to achieve. Looking after your appearance and maintaining a regular routine and healthy diet can help to give you perfect looking skin, free from spots and blemishes.

Below are 10 tips that will help you on your way to clear, beautiful skin.

Your outside appearance reflects what's on your inside. Maintain a healthy and balanced diet with plenty of fruits, vegetables and sunflower seeds.

Try and drink 6 to 8 glasses of water per day. This will help to keep your skin moist, refreshed and supple, which will help the skin fight off developing wrinkles and blemishes.

Moisturize! Applying moisturizer after a warm face wash or a warm shower is the best remedies for skin. Moisturizing helps to restore the oils that our skin has and helps to keep the skin hydrated. Moisturizing for men is just as important as the oils in men's skin can be lost more easily than those in women.

Protect yourself from sun and tanning studio's. The sun and tanning studio's are the main reasons for premature aging. By applying self tan spray or keeping your face well protected from UV rays can help to prevent premature aging.

Keep up regular exercise. Regular exercise helps to keep the skin elasticity which prevents wrinkles. Exercise is also good for your body as a whole as it helps to maintain a low amount of body fat.

Taking vitamins and minerals helps to keep goodness in the skin. Vitamins and minerals have been developed to help your body. By taking one multivitamin can help to keep your skin fresh and clean.

Try and maintain a constant sleep pattern. Sleep is the body's time to restore itself and to re-energies the body's organs and skin. By maintaining a regular sleep pattern, you will feel more energized and your skin will become more healthy and fresher looking.

Do not scrub and wash too hard. By doing this it removes the required oils that the skin needs to regenerate. When washing, wash lightly and in circular motion. This helps to keep the blood flow in your skin and does not allow the essential oils to escape.

Do not squeeze spots. Although very tempting, by squeezing spots and black heads, the disease spreads and your acne will not disappear. By not squeezing your skin can heal the spot on its own and scars will not be formed. Constant squeezing of spots will cause scarring of the skin.

Finally, the most important thing you can do to help achieve, younger healthier looking skin is to stop smoking or never to start. Smoking causes premature aging and yellowing of the teeth and skin. The tobacco that is released into the air dries out your skin, while the smoke you inhale constricts the flow of blood to blood vessels, therefore preventing your skin of essential nutrients that your body supplies.

UVAS glow treatment IS A unique blend of ayurvedic and modern technology, useful in tanning, dark circles, pimples, acne scar, and other skin related problems.

After the detoxification treatment, complete care is taken in regards with nutritional supplementation and dietary advices, abrading out the dead skin and enhancing the glow with different ayurvedic therapies and packs.

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