7 healthy habits to keep your skin healthy, we care for you

we care for your skin, we care for you,

Ramadan is full of energy and giving. AS we know that you are the core giver for everyone around, so we are here today ensuring you are our priority by giving you this concise reminder regarding your skincare routine.

The skin, our largest organ, is a very powerful indicator of our health. It reflects our internal health, which is easily seen through the way we show up. Dry/oily skin, acne, inflammation, or even wrinkles are all considered negative signs of our health. Our habits, food, and fluid intakes affect all of that. Even when fasting, healthy-looking skin raises your effective skincare routine and antioxidant intake during iftar and suhoor.

Avoid unhealthy foods and drinks.

Caffeine and sodas are known to be mean to our body by depleting it of its minerals which in turn hurts your skin.

Defeat your biggest enemy, sugar:

Excess sugar creates harmful molecules that age your skin. They have been shown to damage collagen and elastin in your skin protein fibers that keep your skin firm and youthful. The result? Wrinkles and saggy skin. Check here for more

World Health Organization encourages you to decrease your sugar intake. Avoid too many sweets especially those nice sweets and food on the table during iftar and suhoor containing large amounts of sugar syrup. Sugar causes more dehydration.

The recommended sweet for consumption is cold water-containing fruit such as watermelon/melon or any other seasonal fruit such as peach or nectarine. You can check the full campaign here.



Those perfect snacks deserve your attention before and during Ramadan” Nuts”.

Nuts are your best friends for life. Other than being fast and yummy snacks filled with fiber, essential fats, Omega acids, and protein, they are responsible for getting your skin smooth and supple along with giving it a natural glow.

Many nuts are packed with healthy vitamins and minerals like copper, zinc, vitamin A, C, and E among others that aid in gaining glowing, smoother-looking skin especially almonds, walnuts, pistachios, and cashews.

Go for nuts, make it your F.R.I.E.N.D

Sun and heat & your skin

They don’t only cause you dehydration and make you thirst, they also stress out your skin. Always apply a good type of sunblock before you head out, and you should try to avoid the sun and walk in the shade whenever you can.

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Protect your skin
Protect your skin from sun & heat

Skip dehydration, for you and for your skin

Your skin – and you – will become dehydrated

Load up on water and superfoods “fresh fruits and vegetables”:

When you don’t drink enough water, the collagen begins to crack and bind together, causing fine lines and wrinkles to become more noticeable.

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Load your body with water & supper fruits


Dehydration may get you headaches. Rely on the water to keep your inside sufficiently hydrated, try your best to get the maximum amount of vitamins and minerals into your body during Ramadan giving your skin the support to survive the fasting period.

If you are not so happy with plain water, you can try “detox” by infusing water with fruits. It boosts your immune system and washes away many toxins

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Detox Drinks, Hydrate your body, Hydrate your skin

Some detox drink recipes:

  • Lemon, cucumber, mint.
  • Lime, orange, lemon.
  • Orange, ginger, strawberries,
  • Pomegranate Juice
  • Blueberries, raspberries, mint, lime
  • Pineapple, mint, orange.

Be gentle with your skin:

Don’t over-wash your face to keep on its nutrients and use soft cleansers. If you need to cool your face you can massage it with ice or use a fixing spray.

Massage your skin with ice cubes

Hydrate, moisturize, nurture

During fasting, your skin can easily lose moisture and nutrients, so you need to start loading it with super moisturizing products, and never neglect it.

Try always to hydrate your skin every time after washing your face as it probably loses a lot of its moisture due to fasting.

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Hydrate, moisturize, nurture, your skin

For better absorption during Ramadan try applying your skincare products just before Taraweeh prayers so that repetitive and prolonged sujud increases blood supply to your face and hence increasing absorption and outcome.

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Try an Oil

For an extra hydrating boost in your skincare experts suggest adding an oil even in your makeup routine.

Also, air conditioning raises chances that it will become very dehydrated, so you can add a drop of almond or avocado oil to your night cream to avoid this happening,”



If you followed all these steps, and your appearance still feels like it lacks nutrition or certain vitamins, you can combine skin supplements containing vitamins and antioxidants to enhance your wellbeing.

Supplements that are recommended for healthy skin contain vitamins C, E, and A, as well as selenium and zinc. Try to stick with the recommended doses of each supplement during iftar and suhoor.

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