The Suwayu Story

Inspired by the Ayurvedic ancient science of healing, Suwayu was passionately found on the key concept of using all-natural ingredients of herbs and plant extracts to create amazing blends & remedies to provide you with the purest form of skin and body care. Relying on age old recipes and wisdom, we focus on balancing the three main doshas, Vata, Pitta and Kapha to create a conscious connection between the mind, body and soul. After carefully studying and selecting powerful ingredients for each of our products, our unique collection was specially curated to address the needs of different skin types and bodies. Discover and indulge in the Suwayu way of life, as we embark on our journey to revive and share the goodness of Ayurvedic wellness with you and the rest of the world.

Suwayu and the Three Doshas

Considered one of the oldest forms of medicine in the world, Ayurvedic means have been used for years to manage inner balance with outer radiance. We have combined trusted traditional ways with lavish all natural ingredients to enliven your mind, body and soul with iconic blends of Ayurvedic essentials.

Vata

Reflecting space and air

One of the three doshas in Ayurveda, Vata contains the properties of the elements ether and air. Our breath, speech, digestion and circulation are all manifestations of Vata along with our overall energy and movement.

Pitta

Reflecting fire and water

Containing the properties of fire and water, Pitta is responsible for controlling our metabolic process along with body temperature and hormones. Essential bodily needs such as hunger, thirst and even our intelligence is closely linked with Pitta.

Kapha

Reflecting water and earth

A combination of the earth and water elements, Kapha governs the structure of your body. It is what holds cells together while aiding the formation of bone, fat and muscle. While uniting properties such as heavy, slow, soft, dense etc., the primary function of Kapha is protection.

Solving every dosha


Kapha is the energy of structure and lubrication. It is heavy like a mountain. Kapha is moist like the rain, the dew drops, and the snowflakes. Kapha’s solidity is reflected in stones, boulders, and dirt.

Trees are a majestic manifestation of the beauty of grounded kapha dosha, particularly in their trunks and roots. And the glorious waterfalls we enjoy exist because of the wet and heavy qualities of kapha. The sap from trees is also kapha-like in its sweet, sticky, and thick qualities. Fog perfectly symbolizes the thick, slow moving qualities of kapha. Similarly, the clouds in the sky are also heavy, slow, cool, and moist like kapha. From our vantage point, they also appear to be soft and gentle, which are other qualities attributed to kapha dosha.