Ramadan Beauty: Skin Savers Every Muslim Woman Needs During Ramadan
Living in a Middle Eastern climate means you need sharpen up your beauty routine during Ramadan so your skin doesn’t have to suffer.
The downside of fasting is that the major shift in your eating habits disrupts the stable stream of nutrients that keep your skin strong and supple. Breakouts, blotches, dry patches, sensitivity and a lacklustre complexion are all common side effects of dehydration, especially if you’re fasting during the hot season.
However, if you eat the correct nutrients during Iftar and Suhoor and apply the right beauty products, you can still have beautiful, radiant skin throughout the Holy Month. By the right beauty products, we mean ones that are rich and creamy enough to instil essential moisture. As well as skin savers that can deeply hydrate parched skin, look for some with powerful antioxidants and those that have the power to energise and rejuvenate those tired skin cells. Click through to see some of the products, which include face masks, exfoliators and moisturisers, which need to be in your Ramadan skincare routine.