Ayurveda, Face Serums, and Beauty Based on Your Dosha

Vata Season

  • How To Calm Vata Dosha During Autumn

    During the autumn season, you will experience the presence of Vata dosha all around you in the forms of cold air, dry leaves, falling leaves, and erratic winds. A major shift happens in nature during this season, which means a major shift also happens in our body as the Vata dosha begins to affect our mental state and accumulates internally in our body.
  • Vata Season: Energized & Grounded This Autumn.

    As we leave the warm summer season of Pitta behind and enter into Vata season, it’s important to pay attention to what we are putting on our skin (and into our bodies) for balance.  Vata season, which is the cooler Autumnal season before winter, is characterized by light, dry, and cold properties. When balanced, we settle into our slower rhythms of nesting season and crave warmth, coziness, and less active forms of creativity and experiences.