Pitta Summer Tips to feel amazing!
Pitta is like Fire.
Avoid spicy, fried, overly oily foods, caffeine & alcohol.
Combine foods with herbs that will cool the digestive tract such as coriander, fennel, cardamom.
Drink warm lemon water first thing in the morning to cleanse & detoxify the skin & internal organs.
Create a yoga practice that emphasizes twists & forward bends to cool & calm. Move slowly & gently. Avoid hot yoga classes.
Engage in calming activities like walks in nature & spending time with loved ones instead of competitive activities. Spending time by a lake, river or ocean will especially benefit you.
Cultivate a daily meditation practice. Start with just 5 minutes a day & slowly move towards 20-30 minutes per day.
Take warm baths in the moonlight with essential oils of peppermint, lavender & geranium to soothe & cool the nervous system & mental body.
Perform self-massage daily with our Pitta Body Oil to keep the skin tissue healthy & calm.
Use our Pitta Skincare line morning & evening to experience the benefits of a line formulated just for you & your unique needs.
Care for your skin:
Cool, soothe, cleanse, relax
Peaches and cream or coppery tones
Oilier in “T” zone
Warm to touch
Dislikes oily products
Slightly sensitive skin – sun or soaps
Burning feet, scalp, eyes
Dermatitis (eyebrows dry and flaky with redness)
Burning eczema all over the body
Wrinkles around the eyes especially
Moles of many colors
Most prone to skin cancers
Changes in pigmentation
Sallow – yellow or greenish tones
Try the WILD GRACE Pitta Sérum and Pitta Body Oil to help soothe your fiery skin & nature!
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