A comprehensive Ayurvedic Skincare guide to firming saggy skin without surgery
Jiggly skin that keeps swinging every time you lift your arms?
Almost every mature woman on the planet experiences this inevitable part of aging – yet no one seems to talk about it. (And if/when they do – it’s in the plastic surgeon’s office. But is that really the only solution? Ayurveda says not!)
Whether you have a naturally robust build, have lost a lot of weight over the years, or even have a naturally slim build – saggy skin can affect everyone, regardless of your natural physique.
This droopy, loose skin is most prominent on the bottom part of the upper arms, but also affects the thighs, stomach, cheeks, areas around the knees, and various other parts of the body. It’s most commonly caused by the inevitable process of aging: collagen and elasticity production slow down when you age, causing your skin to lose its firmness and tightness.
Even rapid weight loss is a major contributor to loose skin, which affects men and women of all ages. And if you’ve lost a lot of weight recently AND are over 50, chances are, your skin isn’t able to catch up as fast as it used to.
You may have never thought of skin-loosening as a typical ‘beauty concern’ like acne or age-spots or skin dullness – but if it is a direct result of loss of elasticity and collagen due to age, your skincare plays a pivotal role in giving you skin-firming benefits.
And, although beauty is never skin deep, your skin is an imperative measure to understand how your bodily functions are performing. A healthy body reflects on the outside, usually expressing itself through glowing, clear, younger-looking skin. Any imperfections in skin (e.g. acne) are often an indicator of something deeper going on on the inside.
That’s what sets Ayurveda, the ancient 5000-year-old ‘science of life’, apart from western medicine. While a skin problem like acne would be treated with benzoyl peroxide or isotretinoin to attack the symptoms, an Ayurvedic treatment would involve finding the root cause and solving the problem from its core. (In the case of acne – even adult acne, it’s often hormonal, but an Ayurvedic health consultation can help you find the root cause.)
The same concept applies to saggy skin. Western science tells us that skin loses its bouncy nature because collagen and elasticity production has stopped – which is true. (Ayurveda has a similar explanation, just in a different ‘language’ – keep reading to learn more.)
But the solution western medicine prescribes for saggy skin?
Plastic surgery. Arm lifts. Skin removal.
Thousands of dollars, a long and painful healing process, and scars.
Indeed, surgery is often seen as an effective method for addressing saggy skin concerns, and its results can be quite remarkable (though with life-threatening side effects!)
But if you’re reading this, chances are, you’re looking for a more… holistic solution. One that doesn’t involve knives and blades, invasive treatments, or a whole stack of benjamins.
A solution that allows you to age gracefully, to love your body, to feel good about yourself – an effective solution that makes you look and feel younger, beautiful, and proud.
And if you thought surgery is the ONLY way to effectively tighten your skin… It’s because the west has been hiding this secret from you for hundreds of years.
(After all, how did women hundreds and thousands of years ago approach rejuvenation and longevity – yes, including skincare – without surgical treatments? Keep reading to find out.)
Ayurveda has its roots dating back to over 5000 years ago, and while this ‘Science of Life’ has multiple branches (digestion, sleep, mental health, nutrition, and more) - it places a large focus on rejuvenation and longevity. Which foods to eat for your body type to balance your ‘doshas’, which daily routines to follow – and, today’s focus, what kind of body treatments and skincare to use to keep your body looking and feeling young, tight, and taut.
So how does this Ancient Rejuvenation Science explain “saggy, droopy skin”?
At its core, the perception of "aging” in western science and in Ayurveda can be translated to the same causes. But there are some things that got lost in translation – important concepts and understandings that can change your perspective on and approach to aging completely.
According to Ayurveda, we go through three stages in life: Kapha, Pitta, and Vata – which are also the three doshas or bio-elements in Ayurveda.
Kapha consists of the elements of earth and water and is associated with oiliness, juiciness, heaviness.
Kapha is the first stage of life – just think of a baby’s juicy and plump skin and the expression “baby soft skin”.
Pitta consists of the elements of fire and water and is associated with heat, sharpness, and determination. Pitta is the second or middle stage of life – just think of a teenager’s acne and hot temper, or a young adult’s drive and ambition.
Vata consists of the elements of air and space and is associated with dryness, lightness, alertness and creativity. In the Vata stage of life, we experience dry, rough and sagging skin, we may feel cold more often, but also reach maturity, wisdom, grace and mastery. During this time, it’s important to focus on practices that are warming, stabilizing, grounding and nourishing.
Saggy, droopy skin is a result of the dry Vata stage of life. So, Ayurveda's holistic and healthy approach to firming saggy skin involves practices that help rejuvenate saggy Vata skin and counter Vata to bring the body back to balance.
The perils of slackening and sagging skin are extensively written about in Ayurveda, especially in its chapters about rejuvenation.
And with the help of some very specific, natural Ayurvedic practices, you can get firmed skin in the healthiest, most holistic way possible, without subjecting your skin to invasive surgery. It will not replace the miraculous outcomes of surgery. But it also won't make you live through the horrific side effects of surgery like scabbing, redness, souring pain and more that could potentially cause you permanent damage!
Instead, the results you get from following expert Ayurvedic recommendations will show you holistic, good-for-you, long-lasting results that you deserve!
Which specific Ayurvedic practices does Ayurveda prescribe for Saggy Vata-Skin?
After pouring in years and years’ worth of research, Ayurveda prescribes a revitalizing practice that is widely acclaimed for its skin-firming, stress-alleviating and innumerable other benefits.
This practice – deemed by Ayurveda to be essential for longevity, involves an ancient Ayurvedic body technique known for its ability to rejuvenate and firm the skin.
What is this traditional Ayurvedic Practice that’s essential to longevity, you might wonder?
“In the heart of ancient traditions, where whispers of wisdom echo through the 5000 years of Ayurvedic practices, there exists a secret – a timeless ritual known only to a select few. It's a dance of fingertips and Ayurvedic super herbs, a symphony of sensations that transcends the boundaries of time and space” ...
Enter Abhyanga - The Ayurvedic Body Technique to Rejuvenate and Firm Skin.
Abhyanga is a therapeutic practice deeply rooted in traditional Ayurvedic scriptures that date back thousands of years. It involves the application of warm, herbal-infused oils to the body in a rhythmic and gentle manner. This massage not only relaxes the mind and soothes the nervous system but also nourishes the skin and revitalizes the body.
'Abhy' comes from the root ‘abhi’ which means ‘to rub’, and ‘Anga’ meaning ‘limb’. By using healing combinations of oils that are targeted to suit your constitution, age, and even the weather, this genius process relies on the strategic application of those herbal oils onto chosen areas in the body to improve bodily functions.
What makes a seemingly simple self-massage so effective, you wonder?
The science behind intelligent, well-meaning, and constitution-specific rubbing. Ayurveda specifies that the human body has 'marma' points, which are specific sensitive points in the body that, when touched in the right way and with the right degree of pressure, can improve the overall health of your skin.
Ancient Ayurvedic texts list the benefits of ‘Abhyanga’ as:
This is a long list of benefits, indeed! But if you want to delve deeper into the scriptures of Ayurveda to understand how Abhyanga is helpful for Saggy Skin specifically, here are...
5 ways Abhyanga helps you with Sagging skin
It comes as no surprise to anyone who has ever received therapeutic touch that it can reduce muscle tension and release bottled-up stress. These advantages are acknowledged by Ayurveda, which specifies an Ayurvedic herbal massage oil will supplement the benefits further. In Ayurvedic scriptures, abhyanga massage is recommended for a variety of health reasons. These extraordinary health advantages have been widely documented in real use since ancient times.
For example, Charaka Samhita (one of the two fundamental Ayurvedic texts) Volume 1, Chapter – 5, Slokas 88-89 say that -
“The body of one who does a regular Abhyanga does not get affected by accidents or strenuous physical work. A daily Abhyanga endows one with good skin, good physique and the body becomes strong, pleasant to look at, has good luster and is not affected by old age”.
This ancient proven massage technique comes with a multitude of benefits like no other. The top 5 are listed below for you!
Benefits of Abhyanga (Self-Massage):
1. Moisturizes and Nourishes skin - The skin is said to become hydrated and nourished during an abhyanga massage, becoming soft, supple, and radiant. Essential fatty acids, which are abundant in the heated massage oil, are quickly absorbed by the skin, which help nourish the skin from the inside out. Additionally, the massage enhances the texture of the skin by removing dead skin cells and clearing pores. The use of nourishing oils in Abhyanga helps lock in moisture, keeping the skin supple and preventing dryness, a common contributor to sagging.
2. Detoxification - The rhythmic strokes of Abhyanga promote lymphatic drainage, aiding in the removal of toxins and reducing puffiness and bloating, which can contribute to saggy skin. The body's blood circulation is improved with abhyanga massage as warm oil relaxes blood vessels, allowing blood to flow more freely while stimulating the circulatory system during the massage. The skin, muscles, and other tissues benefit because it makes it simpler for oxygen and nutrients to reach all of the cells.
3. Stimulation of Collagen Production - The massaging action of Abhyanga increases blood circulation to the skin's surface. This enhanced blood flow delivers essential nutrients, including amino acids necessary for collagen synthesis, to the skin cells. Abhyanga's gentle yet invigorating strokes stimulate fibroblasts, specialized cells in the skin responsible for producing collagen.
4. Stress Relief - Stress exacerbates skin aging. Abhyanga is a relaxation technique that reduces stress and promotes overall well-being, indirectly benefiting the skin. Abhyanga massage can help to loosen up stiff and tense muscles as well as ease discomfort. Abhyanga also stimulates the parasympathetic nervous system, often referred to as the "rest and digest" system. This activation counters the effects of the sympathetic nervous system (the "fight or flight" response) and helps the body enter a state of deep relaxation.
A 15-day research on 50 participants showed a PROVEN decrease of 27.9% in sleep disturbances and 16.4% in stress!
5. Hydration: Dry skin is more prone to sagging and the development of fine lines and wrinkles. Ayurvedic oils act as excellent emollients, sealing moisture into the skin's outermost layer, the epidermis. This prevents trans-epidermal water loss (TEWL) and maintains optimal skin hydration. Abhyanga's hydrating properties help prevent and alleviate dryness, fostering a smoother and firmer complexion. Properly hydrated skin appears plump and supple, making it less likely to wrinkle or sag.
So, YES, Abhyanga also has very targeted benefits for saggy skin. In fact, for a better understanding of how Abhyanga works, here’s a...
Step-by-Step Guide to performing traditional Abhyanga
The sacrament of abhyanga invites us to carefully anoint ourselves with warm oil from head to toe, providing the body with a grounding, calming, and balancing sensation. Discover how to employ abhyanga to promote detoxification, increase circulation, and balance your neurological, endocrine, and immune systems in this straightforward, step-by-step manual-
1. Select the Right Oil: Choose a high-quality, natural oil based on your Ayurvedic dosha (Vata, Pitta, or Kapha) or your skin type. And, since Abhyanga is a practice prescribed in Ayurvedic scriptures, it's best to use the Ayurvedic oils prescribed in those scriptures too! Ayurveda's way of making an oil involves a crucial process of cooking herbs together in temperature-controlled environments to ensure judicious release of the goodness of the herbs in the oil. It is this process of oil-cooking that makes these oils so effective and relaxing. If you're thinking it's impossible to find authentic Ayurvedic oils that have been made by following this oil-cooking recipe in today's world, you're just in luck. Keep reading to find out!
2. Warm the Oil: Gently warm the oil to a comfortable temperature by placing a small bowl filled with oil in a pot of warm water.
3. Begin the Massage: Start at your feet and work your way up towards your heart using long, sweeping motions. Use light to moderate pressure. Pay special attention to areas prone to sagging, such as the abdomen, thighs, and upper arms. - Use circular motions on the joints, like the knees and elbows. Spend extra time on areas with cellulite or stretch marks. The general rule of thumb in an abhyanga is to use long up-down strokes on the limbs and circular strokes on the joints. A continuous pulling stroke is used for fingers and toes. Circular strokes are usually done only clock-wise.
5. Leave the Oil on: Allow the oil to penetrate your skin for at least 15-30 minutes before rinsing off with warm water and a mild cleanser. Note: This is for the days you want to have a relaxing 15-30-minute-long massage sessions for yourself, to feel oh so relaxed and rejuvenated. But a 5-minute-long massage is also good enough to see its effects.
6. Frequency: Aim for a weekly Abhyanga session to experience lasting benefits. Adjust the frequency based on your skin's needs.
While a proper skin-enriching and rejuvenating massage is the most important practice to firm saggy skin, it is also important to massage your skin with the right ingredients and oils. The practice of Abhyanga helps in ensuring that the oil deeply penetrates your skin and effectively delivers the goodness of the herbs used in those oils to your skin.
Hence the active prescription of 100% Natural and Healthy oils for Abhyanga by Ayurveda!
To understand this better, let’s discuss...
Hence the active prescription of 100% Natural and Healthy oils for Abhyanga by Ayurveda!
To understand this better, let’s discuss...
Importance of choosing the right products to firm Saggy skin through Abhyanga Massage
Simply put – Your current massage products may contain hazardous ingredients!
Have you ever looked at the ingredients on the massage oil from your local spa? Or that silky soft synthetic massage oil in your nightstand? Mainstream massage oils often rely on synthetic or mineral oils, artificial fragrances, and preservatives like parabens. Most of the massage oils you use contain Glycol ethers, mineral oils, silicon oils, parabens and PEG – which are all meant to provide a A SMOOTH gliding effect on the skin for apparent smoothness that you experience during a massage.
What's the big deal though?
These are the harmful effects the ingredients can have on your skin -
1)Glycol Ethers = Suspected of being Carcinogenic
2)Parabens = allergens, endocrine disruptors, potentially carcinogenic (especially breast cancer).
3)PEG =Obtained from chemical processes using toxic gases. Suspected of being carcinogenic (breast cancer)
In contrast, Ayurvedic oils embrace the natural world, featuring 100% natural oils infused with herbs and botanical extracts renowned for their therapeutic properties. These Ayurvedic oils are free from artificial additives and rich in essential nutrients, offering a holistic approach to well-being that harmonizes both physical and mental health. They draw on centuries of tradition and wisdom, ensuring safety and efficacy, while mainstream options may contain synthetic chemicals that can potentially lead to skin sensitivities or adverse reactions. The choice between these two approaches is not just about massage; it's about embracing a natural, time-tested path to health and rejuvenation.
This is why it is so important to choose the right products for your skin.
But not just ANY 100% natural oil (like almond oil or castor oil) will give you these targeted results. Ayurveda, apart from prescribing specific methodology for oil-cooking (as discussed before), also prescribes specific herbs for specific skin troubles.
Which is why, even if you’ve used 100% natural massage oils, you may have not seen any ‘firming’ benefits, because those oils didn’t contain the perfect, temperature-controlled, amalgamation of the right herbs that Ayurveda prescribes for firming the skin. Keep reading to find out exactly which herbs are prescribed by Ayurveda to firm saggy skin.
So, not only is it important to choose the right product for your skin, it is also important to choose the right product for specific skin troubles, saggy skin being the skin trouble currently at hand.
Let’s understand this better by discussing why Ayurveda specifies...
The importance of choosing the correct product for your saggy skin
As per the ancient Ayurvedic wisdom, several factors determine your skin youthfulness and health. These factors include moisture balance (a well-balanced Kapha), proper regulation of metabolic activities which harmonize hormonal and chemical reactions in your skin (a well-balanced Pitta), and regulation of nutrients and blood circulation to the various skin layers (a well-balanced Vata).
The overall health of the three Dhatus (classes of body tissues) are immediately reflected on your skin: muscle (Mamsa), blood (Rakta), and nutritional flow (Rasa). Rasa provides nutrition to all your body tissues, keeping your skin healthy and supple. Rakta, in collaboration with the liver activity, aids in detoxifying toxins from your skin, whereas Mamsa gives structural support to your skin keeping it firm.
In order to prevent sagging skin, an effective Ayurvedic remedy and treatment must help and support all the three Dhatus. These include two types of Ayurvedic therapies: Vyadhihara (healing and curative), and Urjaskara (promotive)
Hot, irritable Pitta skin needs a cooling and calming oil like Coconut Oil.
Oily Kapha skin can benefit from Almond Oil or Sesame Oil, but those oils should also contain Kapha-balancing herbs like rosemary or orange.
Dry Vata skin benefits best from Sesame Oil because of sesame seed’s nourishing and warming properties, and castor oil because of its thick, intensely moisturizing properties.
And since we now know that saggy skin is a direct result of dry vata skin, what you’re looking for is an oil that contains vata-pacifying ingredients.
If you’re curious to know about which ingredients in an oil make it perfect for vata-pacification...
Here’s a list of must-have Ayurvedic ingredients in your oil to effectively firm Saggy, Droopy skin
The best oil for saggy Vata skin is the one which contains the perfect blend of some of the best, most effective, classic Ayurvedic ingredients with skin-firming and moisturizing benefits. Here's a list of the best ingredients to look for:
Also known as an ‘uber nourisher’ in ancient Ayurvedic texts, Black Gram is an extremely potent moisturizing and unctuous ingredient for an Ayurvedic oil that not only moisturizes but also nourishes all 7 tissues of the body. Black Gram is known to promote youthfulness, firms and tightens skin, and manages the look of sagginess and crepiness. Its intense moisturizing and nourishing powers, along with its smooth, non-sticky and non-greasy texture when added to an oil are what make it a suitable ingredient for any skincare – be that for the face or for the body!
Velvet Bean is known for endowing skin with a soft, velvety texture. Being a rich source of proteins, lipids, minerals and 60 major phytochemicals, Velvet Bean provides nourishing, rejuvenating and soothing comfort to any skincare it’s added to. Ancient Ayurvedic texts talk vividly of Velvet Beans’ ability to induce healthy-looking, firm skin through external application by means of an oil.
No discourse on herbs that manage saggy skin can be complete without mentioning Nutsedge. A strong youthfulness promoter that helps soften the look of UV induced aging, Nutgrass has been in use in ancient Ayurvedic skincare for centuries because of its richness in fatty acids, vitamins and flavonoids. It is known that the powdered extracts of the root of this grass are highly potent when it comes to reducing the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles and crepiness.
Ayurveda holds a special place in its Treasury of wide and rich range of herbs for GUDUCHI, also known as Tinospora Cordifolia or 'Heart-Leaved Moonseed'. Such is the reverence towards this herb that, in some ancient Sanskrit texts, it has been poetically described as ‘The Protector of The Entire Body’ and ‘that which is born from the Elixir of Immortality’!Heart-Leaved Moonseed makes for a delicate herb that imparts a healthy, lustrous complexion, light dewiness, coolness, clarity and uplifting energy. The rich nutrient composition of the herb helps it rejuvenate and strengthen and boost a positive energy throughout the body. In traditional Ayurveda, Heart-Leaved Moonseed has proven particular mettle in balancing Vata and Pitta aggravation, which means that although being an extremely light and fine oil, it can moisturize intensely to keep dryness at bay. It also soothes the element of heat in the body which can materialize on the skin as irritation, redness, itchiness and the like.
AND THE MOST IMPORTANT INGREDIENT OF ALL!
While you may known sesame mostly from Asian cooking - it's used for good reason. The health benefits of sesame are unmatched by any other base oil. Containing special bioactive components, like sesamin, sesaminol, and gamma-tocopherol, and fatty acids like oleic acid, linoleic acid, stearidonic acid and palmitoleic acid, it is also considered an important protein source. Its seeds contain more protein than meat (17%-40% vs. 18%-25% respectively), and three times more calcium compared with an equivalent quantity of milk.
Uniquely, compared to other vegetable oils, sesame oil is also more stable against oxidative rancidity due to the presence of distinctive tocopherols.
Consumption of sesame seeds shows noticable health benefits, but even its topical use has shown beneficial especially in photo-aged skin.
Sesame is not only Ayurveda's most revered oil, but also appears in Tibetan medicine and Traditional Chinese Medicine.
If you're looking for a targeted oil or ingredient for dry, saggy Vata skin - sesame is your one-and-only base oil!
But the real secret lies in polyherbal formulations
Polyherbal formulations, which consist of combinations of multiple herbs or plant extracts, offer a range of potential therapeutic benefits. They can work synergistically, enhancing the overall efficacy of the formulation. By incorporating various herbs with different medicinal properties, polyherbal formulations can address multiple aspects of a health condition, often reducing the risk of side effects and promoting a more holistic approach to healing.
Sesame Oil – also known as the Queen of Oils
Sesame, a tiny yet mighty seed, boasts a plethora of health benefits that have earned it a prominent place in the realm of nutrition and wellness. Packed with essential nutrients, sesame seeds are a rich source of protein, healthy fats, vitamins, and minerals. They are particularly renowned for their high calcium content, making them a valuable dietary addition for bone health. Moreover, sesame seeds are abundant in antioxidants like sesamin and sesamol, which help combat oxidative stress and inflammation in the body, potentially reducing the risk of chronic diseases.
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