The ancient science of Ayurveda offers a complete lifestyle, including diet, herbs, and yoga that help to bring balance to your life and body. Most of us know that Ayurveda can help us keep our insides healthy. But did you know it also has a rich tradition of keeping your skin healthy all year long? Summer is tough on your skin, and you might need some extra support for that baking at the beach.
Learn the Ayurvedic secrets for healthy summer skin from two of the world’s top skin experts. If you want to stay beautiful and radiant until fall, we’ve got the goods. This webinar series will introduce you to these ancient secrets of healthy living to enhance your spiritual and physical vitality and magnetism and help you survive cooking your skin all season.
Join us for this 4 part webinar series, and find out all about facials, Ayurvedic do’s and don’ts and herbal sun care. We’ll also pass on tips and tricks for healthy hair and nails.
Discover how to keep your skin healthy all summer:
- Ayurvedic Approach to Summer Facials with KP Khalsa
- Ayurvedic Approach to Healthy Skin with Dr. Raja SivamaWeek
- Herbs and Supplements for Sun Care with KP Khalsa
- Herbal and Vitamin Supplements for Nail and Hair Health with Dr. Raja Sivamani
Ayurvedic experts K.P. Khalsa and dermatologist, Dr. Raja Sivamani, will discuss the core issues for summer skin, plus add a huge toolbox of beauty tips for your healthy summer lifestyle. Embrace the summer. Let your beauty shine through.
Dr. Raja Sivamani is a board-certified dermatologist and engages in medical, surgical and cosmetic dermatology, as well as clinical and laboratory research. With training in both dermatology and Ayurvedic medicine, he takes an integrative approach to his patients and in his research. He has published over 60 peer-reviewed research manuscripts, 10 textbook chapters, and a textbook entitled Cosmeceuticals and Active Cosmetics, 3rd Edition with a passion for expanding the knowledge of integrative medicine for skin care.
K.P. Khalsa sits on the board or directors of the National Ayurvedic Medical Association and is the recent past president of the American Herbalists Guild. He is the first American to be board certified in both Ayurveda and herbalism.