According to the Pew Research Centre, Muslim consumers make up over 23% of the global population.

During the holy month of Ramadan, participating Muslims will refrain from eating and drinking from before sunrise to sunset.

Whilst fasting, the skin can easily lose moisture and lack hydration due to less sleep, less water consumption and the natural process of detoxification the body is going through. Therefore, skin can result in feeling dry, looking dull and be prone to breakouts.

Ramadan Skincare

Dehydrated skin is one of the most common skin concerns due to not being able to drink water during the day. With this in mind, we recommend adding a Hyaluronic Acid product to your routine. Promote plumper, firmer-looking skin with Perricone MD’s High Potency Hyaluronic Intensive Serum, a lightweight formula offering instant and long-lasting hydration. For an extra hydrating boost, add a nourishing cream for an extra hit on hydration such as the Kiehl’s Ultra Facial Cream which delivers up to 24 hours of hydration. 

Lips can also get extremely dry during Ramadan, a top tip is to use a nourishing overnight lip mask. Our favourite is the Laneige Lip Sleeping Mask, which can be used regularly throughout the day as a regular nourishing treatment! 

For those pesky blemishes likely caused by dehydration, look no further than the AMELIORATE Blemish Clearing Therapy. This lightweight creamy paste is enriched with a combination of powerful skin-clearing ingredients to tackle the appearance of blemishes and to refine pores overnight. 

Finally, it is important not to forget your body! Opt for luxurious pampering body oil to nourish both the mind and body, we are fans of the ESPA Restful Bath and Body Oil.  This mindful blend helps soothe the body and senses, infusing the skin and surrounding air with a calm, blissful fragrance.

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