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During Ramadan, here are a few tips on how to maintain a healthy complexion and hair
When you embrace Ramadan’s simplicity in your beauty care regime, the change is more than soul-satisfying

Everyone has the right to healthy skin and hair, so changes to routine shouldn’t undermine this right. You can concentrate on detoxifying your mind and body by letting natural ingredients do all the work this Ramadan.

Drinking infused water boosts the immune system, flushes out toxins, and keeps you energised. Plain water replenishes lost moisture, but drinking infused water boosts the immune system, flushes out toxins, and also keeps the body hydrated. The same goes for moisturizing the skin, yet why keep it simple when you can add superfoods to make it invigorating and detoxifying. Natural oils and Vitamin E in foods like avocados help maintain the health and suppleness of the skin. A superfood that has been around for millennia, pomegranates provide powerful antioxidants that promote cell renewal. By using body creams and lotions made from natural ingredients you will stay true to the spirit of Ramadan.

Clean your Skin;

Keep your skin clean every day: For the skin to be healthy, you need a daily cleansing routine that is dedicated, but do make smart choices, as changing sleep patterns can affect your skin. Consider switching to a mild face wash containing natural and chemical-free ingredients to prevent over-cleansing. Make sure to exfoliate once a week with a paraben-free and sulfate-free formula that ensures the removal of dead skin cells without dehydrating using superfoods like turmeric

A hair care regimen that is simple yet effective: Ramadan reminds us to embrace simplicity, and if that is reflected in your beauty care routine, the transition is more than soul-satisfying. Since ancient times, Indian gooseberries, or amla, have been essential for hair care. Due to its high content of essential fatty acids, it penetrates deep into the follicles, resulting in softer, shinier, and voluminous hair. As an elixir for hair, amla also contains significant amounts of carotene, iron, and Vitamin C.

Boost your nutrition with these tips:

Using serums will keep your hair from looking dull, dry and limp. Split ends and unruly strands can be handled with a gentle combing with a serum infused with snake-oil when you have dry hair. Hair serums infused with keratin work great to smoothen and give it that extra shine.

It’s important to take extra care of hair exposed to blow-drying and straightening even if it is easy to do. Fortunately, oil shampoos provide an effective solution. If you want to reduce hair fall, opt for omega 3 fortified and fish oil-infused shampoos. Meanwhile, walnut oil will help reduce breakage.

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