Tips On How To Look Radiant During Ramadan

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Tips On How To Look Radiant During Ramadan

Tips On How To Look Radiant During Ramadan

As we all know the holy month of Ramadan fasting period will start Sunday, 5 May and Ends on Tuesday , 4 June (Dates may vary), we would want you to look good during Ramadan fasting. so we decided to composed an article on easy tips on how to make you look and feel good by enhancing your natural beauty.

One of the main reasons we stay clear of makeup during this holy month of Ramadan is not to attract the opposite sex.

However, it is permissible to wear kohl, because this is on the outline of your eyes.  Also, by eating a healthy meal, sufficient sleep and trying these natural beauty regimes are important to maintain a gorgeous skin, inside and out.

1. Your face

Wash your face regularly.

Steam your face for three minutes. This technique will help open pores and is a great cleanser for your skin leaving it radiant and soft.

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2. Your eyes

Treat your eyes by soaking two cotton wool pads in cold camomile tea, leave on for 10 min and relax, it has a cooling and soothing effect.

3. Your body and feet

Make your own body scrub by mixing a handful of oatmeal and bran with rose water.

A foot pamper helps relax your mind, it’s one of the most loved beauty indulgence.

4. Your lips

By not wearing lipstick, lipgloss or lipbalm during the Ramadan, your lips feel dry and might even be chapping.  At night try and slick on a coat of Vaseline or lipbalm to keep your lips hydrated.

5. General tips for Radiant beauty during the holy month of ramadan 2019

To maintain a healthy skin during ramadan, try and drink at least two litres of water everyday, I know this is sometimes not possible during Ramadaan but try to drink at least two glasses in the morning and two glasses at night.  A cup of boiling water and a few drops of lemon juice can flush out any impurities that may have built up in your system overnight.

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During the fast you might not have much time to prepare a well-balanced and nutritious meal, have a look at your local pharmacy to find the best natural source of vitamins and minerals for your daily intake.

Having a banana and apple at suhoor/ sehri is a rich source of potassium, an essential mineral that helps balance your body‘s PH and body fluids, it also help maintain your normal blood pressure.

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