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Maintain your glow while fasting for Ramadan

Published : Saturday, 30 March, 2024 at 12:00 AM  Count : 205

Maintain your glow while fasting for Ramadan

Maintain your glow while fasting for Ramadan

Ramadan is eagerly awaited as a time of spiritual observance and reconnection with family and friends. Unfortunately, its also a time that can cause havoc on your skin. The heat, long fasting hours and disrupted sleep can rob your complexion of its healthy, youthful glow, leaving dullness and dehydration in its place.

Although appearance isn the most important concern during this time of reflection and prayer, taking care of your skin can have a serious impact on your health, mood and overall well-being. Observing Ramadan doesn mean you have to sacrifice your skincare routine - it can also be a great time to be mindful about what you e putting onto your skin and into your body to help you look and feel better than ever.

With the right beauty routine, gorgeous skin is every bit achievable while you e fasting. Heres what you can do to keep your skin fresh during Ramadan.

Stay Hydrated: We all know water has tons of health and beauty benefits, but its skin-preserving powers are even more needed during Ramadan. Dehydration causes your complexion to look tired and depleted, makes imperfections like fine lines even more noticeable, and compromises your skins tone and texture. This is especially unwelcome news if you have naturally dry skin to begin with. In the window between iftar and suhoor, drink as much water as you can and eat foods with high water content. Avoid beverages that contain caffeine, as they can worsen dehydration.

Moisturize like you mean it: Hydration starts from within, but moisture comes from without. Pair your increased water intake with topical moisturizers applied at least twice per day. Use high-quality facial toners, serums and creams with nourishing ingredients. You may also want to add a face mist and oil to your routine for even more moisture while you e fasting. The drier your skin, the richer your products should be. Regardless of your skin type, make sure your routine includes sunscreen. Sun exposure during Ramadan can be even more stressful on already vulnerable skin.

Eat skin-boosting foods: The recipe for beautiful skin starts with the right ingredients. If you want radiant, healthy-looking skin even while you e fasting, eat foods rich in antioxidants, vitamins, minerals, protein, fibre and fatty acids. Limit your intake of sugar, processed and packaged foods, overly salty items that can be dehydrating, dairy products if you e prone to breakouts, and oily and fried foods. You can go wrong with a diet that includes fruits, vegetables, nuts and fish. These foods are packed with good stuff for glowing skin, and they e great for your overall health.







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