Your Dosha Type Is:

Vata > Pitta

You are a hybrid type, meaning both Vata and Pitta are prominent in your constitution. Vata (primary) embodies the qualities of movement, communication, and creativity. Pitta (secondary) embodies the qualities of motivation, ambition, and transformation.

Vata skin type is typically characterized by its delicate nature and a tendency towards dryness. This skin type may be prone to displaying signs of aging earlier, such as fine lines, wrinkles, and uneven skin tone.

Vata > Pitta Characteristics



Dry and delicate, fine pores


Soft and sensitive, warm to the touch



Quick, energetic, creative


Ambitious, disciplined



Lean and delicate


Toned, athletic



Inconsistent, delicate digestive system


Strong digestion and appetite



Enthusiastic, easily stimulated


Charismatic, competitive, highly motivated

Dosha-Pacifying Ingredients

From calming herbs to invigorating natural aromas, each product in your customized routine incorporates a wealth of trusted Ayurvedic ingredients specifically tailored to transform your skin and pacify your primary dosha.

Laminaria Saccharina (Kelp)

Found in SundaSkin™

Deeply moisturizes, clears pores and balances oil production; contains anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and protective properties


Found in SapnaSoft™

Alleviates dullness and dryness; boosts collagen production, imparts moisturization; neutralizes free radical damage

Neroli Oil

Found in SapnaSoft™

Promotes cell regeneration; improves elasticity; reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles while deeply hydrating. *Natural uplifting aroma boosts mood, encouraging the brain to release serotonin and reduce cortisol (stress) levels

Vata > Pitta Self Care

Vata and Pitta are prominent in your constitution, meaning that you are likely to resonate with the characteristics of both energy types.

In order to balance excess Vata (primary), aim to eat, sleep, and work at fixed times throughout the day to create a sense of calm and avoid frenetic activity.

If you are feeling hot or abnormally reactive, this could be a sign of aggravated Pitta (secondary). In order to balance Pitta energy, it is important to keep your mind and body cool.

Vata > Pitta Lifestyle Tips

Vata Pacifying

Focus on grounding, intentional movements such as a slow, mindful yoga flow, walking or stretching.

Pitta Pacifying

Opt for gentle movement like stretching, Yin Yoga, or swimming and avoid high-intensity exercise or any activity that may promote excessive sweating.

Yoga & Breathwork (Pranayama)

Vata-Pacifying Asanas

Cobra Pose, Cat-Cow Pose, Spinal Twist, 5-6 Sun Salutations

Pitta-Pacifying Asanas

Boat Pose, Fish Pose, Child’s Pose, Moon Salutation. Finish your yoga practice with 2-3 minutes of Shavasana


Bee's Breath

Vata > Pitta Diet

Vata digestion is typically delicate while Pitta digestion is relatively strong, so it is important for this hybrid-type to adapt their diet intuitively and as needed.

If your appetite feels delicate or inconsistent, this could be a sign of Vata-dominance. To bring this into balance, opt for warm, cooked meals and prioritize hydration. This includes easy to digest fruits, grains, oils (sesame oil is great!), and protein.

If your digestion feels relatively strong, this could be a sign of aggravated Pitta. In order to balance excess Pitta energy, prioritize light, nourishing foods. Try a salad with sunflower oil dressing and cooling herbs such as cilantro and fennel.

Vata > Pitta Herbal Remedies

Vata Pacifying

Ashwagandha supplements, adding ginger root to your morning tea, and cooking with warming spices such as cumin (we love using it in curry dishes) can help pacify an excess of Vata energy.

Pitta Pacifying

Herbal teas including lemongrass, mint or rose can help balance Pitta’s fiery properties.

Understanding Your Dosha

The Vital Energies of Ayurveda

In order to be well in the practice of Ayurveda, we focus on balancing mind, body, and soul. Central to this philosophy are the three metabolic types or “doshas,” known as Vata, Pitta, and Kapha. These doshas represent the fundamental energies that govern our physical, mental, and emotional wellbeing. A proper balance among dosha types is essential for creating harmony in these categories of wellbeing, as imbalances can lead to illness and disease. Each person has a unique ratio of all three dosha types and understanding your primary dosha will allow you to adapt the products, practices, and lifestyle choices in your daily routine to achieve holistic balance inside and out.

While all three doshas are present in every individual human, it is the ratio of each energy that determines your unique dosha type. If you are a hybrid type, two doshas are prominent in your constitution. These ratios can vary through life due to age, environment, and lifestyle. We encourage you to return to this quiz seasonally and adapt your daily habits and routines as needed to achieve optimal holistic wellness.

In Ayurveda, each of the four seasons (winter, spring, summer, fall) is associated with a corresponding dosha type. As the seasons change in your external environment, the dosha type associated with that season will naturally increase in your internal environment ie. your dosha constitution. Vata is associated with Autumn due to their shared dry, light, and cold qualities. Pitta is associated with Summer due to their shared hot and fiery qualities. Because these are your dominant dosha types, take extra care to pacify these dosha types in the season they are governed by!