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BEAUTY SECRETS SKINCARE TIPS DURING RAMADAN

 

The month of Ramadan is a period in the year were all adult Muslims fast for a period of 29-30 days in preparation for Eid Fitir. This factor in turn leads to several breakout such as; dry patches and dull looking ski.n, which are all associated with dehydration as a result of fasting during Ramadan. But guess what? we’ve made up the best tips and tricks to keep your skin happy and healthy throughout the Holy Month.

DRINK PLENTY OF WATER

During Ramadan you need to drink as much water as possible, ideally at least two liters a day, that is; when you about to start your fast and when you break your fast to avoid dehydration of the skin. Unfortunately, dehydration can cause your skin to look tired and dull, which isn’t good news if you already have naturally dry skin.

MOISTURISE TWICE A DAY

Moisturising your skin during Ramadan is extremely important. You should make sure that you’re applying a hydrating facial cream and body lotion after showering/bathing and before bed. If you’re heading out, try to seek shade where possible and opt for a day cream that contains SPF to protect your skin from harmful UV rays. It’s also recommended you keep a facial mist (rosewater is a great option) on hand as it will help cool off the skin and provide necessary hydration throughout the day.

AVOID HEAVY MAKE-UP
Avoid wearing a lot of make-up during the day when you’re fasting such as thick foundations and concealers. The combination of heat, dehydration and heavy make-up can sadly cause breakouts. Instead opt products that are light and moisturising such as BB creams and lip balms with added SPF.

 

EAT HEALTHILY

During your daily Sahur and Iftar ensure you opt for vegetables such as carrots, broccoli, lettuce and spinach as they contain the vital vitamins and minerals that your skin needs. The same goes for nuts and fruits such as strawberries and blueberries, which contain skin-enhancing antioxidants. Dates are a great source of vitamin A, iron, potassium, magnesium and calcium while dried apricots can help to boost the brightness of your skin.

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