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Beauty Tips

Looking for expert beauty tips?

Get expert tips on beauty based on Ayurveda by Pratima Raichur. Now even you can learn how to balance your mind, body and spirit using these tips.

Each tip or column tells you how the experts do it naturally!

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To get an ayurvedic consultation please call Pratima Skin care at 212-581-8136 for an appointment.

What to expect from your Ayurvedic consultation

Ayurveda means the science of life which means a consultation should lead to a better understanding of yourself and what suits your nature. The consultant will make an assessment of your nature and any problems you may have. Your current lifestyle and diet will be discussed and recommendations and suggestions will be made to make any improvements and herbal supplements will be prescribed.

If this is your first consultation you will be asked to fill out a form that will give a better understanding of your current situation and health. This is done so that the consultation is effectively focused on your needs and nothing is left out. If you do not have any background knowledge on Ayurveda the consultant will give the necessary information.

After all discussions the consultant will make recommendations that actively contribute to balance and well-being. The consultant will also try to gently persuade you to stay away from factors that are aggravating your condition.

There may be other suggestions that the consultant will give pertaining to your particular situation.

Disclaimer: This consultation is not meant to substitute the advice of your physician or medical professional. Please consult your own physician or appropriate healthcare provider about the applicability of any opinions or recommendations with respect to your own symptoms or medical conditions. We do not diagnose, treat, or cure, prescribe any disease or illness or symptoms as defined by the FDA. We declare with respect to all of our respective products sold or offered to the public that “The evidence in support of this claim is inconclusive and this statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product or service is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease...”