Ramadan Skin Care Tips

Ramadan Skin care tips

Its the holy month of Ramadan and with a change in intake of daily fluids and food while fasting, my skin feels lack-luster and dull. Coupled with this unforgiving summer, the absence of regular hydration makes my skin looks pale and my lips have dried excessively.

If you too are facing skin problems in Ramadan similar to mine, I have good news for you!

I recently received some interesting Ramadan skin care tips from Himalaya Herbals. Considering their legacy of providing trust-worthy natural products, I have decided to give some of these a try.

  • Drink as much fluid as you can during Suhoor and Iftar to make for 8 glasses of water a day. Not only will it retain your skin’s vitality but will also help you stay hydrated.

  • A moisturizer before you go to bed will help retain your skin’s natural oils.

  • Before venturing out during the day, treat your skin to products that contain anti-inflammatory or cooling ingredients like Neem , Aloe Vera as it would lessen the damage to the skin

  • Cleanse and tone regularly. A soap-free formulation like Himalaya’s Purifying Neem Face Wash works wonders in cleaning impurities without drying. Infused with Neem, known for its excellence in anti-bacterial properties and Turmeric being an anti-inflammatory; it could prove your ultimate skincare partner on the go.

  • Avoid using products that contain “synthetic fragrance” ingredients as they cause more irritation to the skin when combined with heat and sweat. [I suggest using IsaDora’s fragrance free range, if you must use make-up]

  • Use creams that consist of vitamin C like rose water, Neem, turmeric etc. Not only does it instill essential moisture but also leaves behind a soothing sensation to calm tired skin.

  • Prevent puffiness of eyes and dark circles by keeping cold cucumber slices on your eyes or cotton balls soaked in rose water.

  • Make sure you mask your skin with sunscreen at least 20 minutes before stepping out. A regular touch-up of sunscreen on skin, if out for longer hours will protect your skin and save you from sun burns

  • Last but not the least, pamper your skin with hydrating and soothing masks that easily transfer minerals, lock in moisture and ensure skin stays refreshed!

    Why don’t you try these Ramadan skincare tips, and leave your experience in the comments below?

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