Meet Our Expert

Vaidya Lakshmi Ravindranath

Dr Lakshmi, our Ayurveda expert will be taking you through the detox program.

She has been consulting in Europe for over 8 years, helping more than 10K+ Europeans regain overall health, rejuvenating skin and other issues via implementation of ayurvedic principles.

  • Steve

" A warming mouthfeel, followed by a spiced finish

This Albariño has white blossom, citrus and pear on the nose with a touch of newly cut grass. Ripe yellow apple and crisp acidity on the palate; a warming mouthfeel, followed by a spiced finish."

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" Bordeaux Blanc 2020 is the new release.

Bordeaux Blanc 2020 is the new release. It has toasty complexity alongside waxy lemon, dried apple and apricot. Bone-dry, and full-bodied from lees ageing, it is intriguing, rich and complex."


Why is it important to follow an Ayurvedic approach to skincare?

The Ayurvedic approach to skincare is holistic, addressing not only external skin care but also internal balance. It promotes long-term skin health by considering individual constitution, lifestyle, and diet, leading to a more personalized and effective skincare regimen.

How can I address common skin issues like acne or dryness using Ayurveda?

Please do attend our Natural skin care blue print workshop. It helps you understand your body type. And guide you to adjust your diet and lifestyle to balance the underlying dosha contributing to these issues.

 How does diet affect skin health in Ayurveda?

Ayurveda emphasizes the connection between diet and skin health. Eating fresh, whole foods that balance your dosha can improve skin health. For example, Vata types benefit from warm, moist foods; Pitta types from cooling foods; and Kapha types from light, spicy foods.

How can I determine my dosha and corresponding skin type?

You can determine your dosha by taking a consultation with an Ayurvedic practitioner. 

What are the three doshas in Ayurveda and how do they affect my skin?

 The three doshas are Vata (air and space), Pitta (fire and water), and Kapha (water and earth). Each dosha has specific characteristics that influence skin type:

Vata: Dry, thin, and prone to wrinkles.

Pitta: Sensitive, prone to inflammation and acne.

Kapha: Oily, thick, and prone to congestion and large pores.