Why is Ashwagandha best for your Skin, Hair, and Health? - Dr. Su Glow x Grow

Why is Ashwagandha best for your Skin, Hair, and Health?

Are you tired of seeing “pimples all over your face” and “hair strands left on the brush”? Do you realize how closely this is related to what's going on in your head? Stress causes a variety of health problems, many of which manifest in breakouts on the skin. But the good news is that there’s a solution to this. Yeah, you heard it right! We have Ashwagandha to the rescue; it helps achieve mind-body equilibrium. 

Ashwagandha is a superfood that is effective in treating skin problems and promotes healthy skin and hair. Here’s what Ashwagandha can do for your skin:


Ashwagandha is that true friend who will almost never disappoint you. It fights your very old enemy—acne. Ashwagandha contains anti-inflammatory qualities, making it useful for acne. It alleviates skin irritation, rashes, redness, and boils. 

Skin stress

Kick out the stress with Ashwagandha! Ashwagandha has always been considered a cosmetic ingredient. Keratosis is a serious skin disorder that leads to dry and rough skin, as well as dark patches, dark circles, and fine lines. 

Why trust Ashwagandha? Well, Ashwagandha has antioxidants that eliminate any skin stress disorders. Also, it relaxes your skin, helps ease the negative effects of keratosis and softens and strengthens it.

It controls the oil in your skin

Ugh, probably the most irritating skin problem to have is excessive oil secretion. If you are also dealing with oily skin, we suggest you try ashwagandha instead of using harsh chemicals. Ashwagandha naturally inhibits oil secretion, reducing the concern of oily skin. Wait, there’s more! The properties of Ashwagandha help keep the skin calm, and clean and remove excess oil from the skin WITHOUT taking away important moisture.


I've said it once, and I’ll say it again. Ashwagandha is a friend that you need. Why? You know, Ashwagandha has qualities and antioxidants that fight free radicals that help you feel youthful. 


We all know what hyperpigmentation is. But do you know the reason behind it? Melanin is the culprit. It is a pigment that produces color. An excess of melanin results in hyperpigmentation. Here comes our hero, Ashwagandha. Ashwagandha prevents the production of melanin and shields the skin from pigmentation. It can also be used to remove pigmentation from the face. I told you, it is like an old friend.

Skin hydration

Are you done scratching lines on your dry face? If yes, it is time to get rid of that dryness now. And for that, we use Ashwagandha again. Yup, it aids in the formation of hyaluronan, which soothes and moisturizes rough skin. It hydrates and smoothes the skin.

Reduce hair loss

Irritated by hair resting everywhere? Ashwagandha can help! An excess of cortisol hormone can disturb the functioning of hair follicles, which leads to hair loss. Ashwagandha plays its role by controlling cortisol levels, hence hair loss. Impressive, isn’t it?

Hair strengthening

Okay, let's just dive in! Ashwagandha increases the synthesis of DHEA (Dehydroepiandrosterone), a type of hormone in your body that functions as an antioxidant. As a result, ashwagandha aids in the elimination of free radicals from your hair, supporting healthy hair development.

Ashwagandha and health

Calm down; we can take the help of Ashwagandha. It has properties that help the body deal with daily stress, as natural medicine, and for sharpening one's mind. It is also known for calming the body and mind. It almost never fails to wow us all.

Final words 

Do you need any more convincing about why we think of Ashwagandha as a hero? You can all take advantage of it too. Just try and find ways to incorporate Ashwagandha into your daily regime. 

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