Ramadan is the time for fasting, praying and inner-reflection practiced by muslims all over the world. During Ramadan, you should eat the good nutrients during suhoor and iftar, and then you must apply the right skin care products if you have beautiful and radiant skin throughout the Holy Month.
Dehydration, dullness, and breakouts are symptoms that many women faced when fasting. But by following Woop.id‘s simple tips, you shouldn’t worry about all that because you can look beautiful and healthy during Ramadan. Keep on reading!
Drink Enough Water
Drinking enough water benefits your skin. We suggest you to drink at least eight glasses between iftar and suhoor. Avoid drinking carbonated or sugary beverages such as soda and juice, as well as caffeinated beverages during suhoor since those drinks are dehydrating. By drinking enough water, you also help cleanse and moisturize your skin. More than 70% of the body part consists of fluid, so if it is lacking, then the liquid can affect the beauty of your skin.
Moisturize Your Skin
After your daily skincare routine, it is important to moisturize your skin. Use a hydrating moisturizer that makes up for the lack of water consumption during the day. If you have dry skin, use rich cream or oil instead. And if your skin is more oily, try to use gel-based moisturizers that are high in hydration.
Wear Face Masks
At night after tarawih prayer, you can try and still take the time to usings a face mask. Adjust to your needs and type of your skin. Using face mask every night is good for your skin as it helps maintaining your skin condition during the fasting month.
During Ramadan, chances are your skin is dehydrated due to fasting. This can worsen by over-washing your face. If you need to cool your skin, use a fix spray instead. Store it in the fridge for extra coolness; this trick is useful if you’re trying to get rid of puffiness.
During Ramadan in summer, it’s essential that your skin is protected from strong sun rays. Apply sunscreen during the day that is at least SPF 30. Re-apply if you are going outdoors for more than three hours.
Happy fasting and have a joyous Ramadan!