Dermol is the perfect ayurvedic medicine for all skin disorders regardless or your skin type (oily, dry, etc.) It safely and effectively cures most skin ailments and improves overall complexion of skin throughout the entire body, not just the face. The main ingredient in Dermol is gomutra, a blood purifier therefore cleansing and detoxifying the entire body, as well as balancing hormones and the three doshas, which are the main causes of skin diseases. Acharya Shodal describes Aloe Vera as Kushthavinashini, “the substance that destroys all skin diseases.” This is due to its cooling and soothing properties, which alleviate burns, irritation, rash, insect bites, herpes, allergic reactions, wounds and ulcers. It is an excellent moisturizer, antibacterial, antifungal and antiviral, balances PH and eliminates acid due to its alkalizing property. Neem is also an excellent skin tonic as it is a complete body purifier, soothes inflammation and eliminates dandruff, treats acne as well as reduces pore size which prevents acne from returning, is antiviral, antibacterial and antifungal, and facilitates wound healing. The final herb used in Dermol is Bakuchi, which is considered one of the most important medicinal herbs in traditional Indian medicine. It is specifically used for various skin ailments as it is chemo-protective, anti-inflammatory, anti-toxin, antibacterial and astringent in nature which tightens skin and reduces pore size. Therefore, it is extremely effective in treating leprosy, leukoderma, skin rash and infections, purifies the blood and treats wounds for its antimicrobial actions.
For scalp treatment: Massage on the head to eliminate dandruff, condition and cleanse the scalp and eliminate lice. After 15 minutes wash with Gotirth KeSheen and rinse completely.
Can be used externally/ topically on the affected area applied with cotton or added to any natural face pack.
Precautions: Always consult your doctor before taking any medicine or supplement. Do not take within 1 hour of consuming dairy. Consult your physician if you are pregnant or lactating.
Avoid excessively salty, sweet, acidic, oily and spicy foods as well as non-veg foods. Avoid intake of tea, coffee, jaggery, radish and alcohol. Do not use chemical-based soaps on your face or body.