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Ramadan Skin Guide: How To Keep Your Skin Hydrated 

As the month of Ramadan begins this week, you may put a focus on what you’re putting onto your skin and into your body. During your Ramadan fast, how can the change of diet affect your skin in different ways? During this period, let’s see how you can keep your skin hydrated whilst you are fasting.  

Ramadan Skin Guide

First of all: Drink Water  

It’s no secret: H20 is the way forward for ultimate hydration. Whilst we can try to perfect our skincare routine, drinking water is the biggest thing that we can do to hydrate our skin, so this is something to be aware of during your fast in Ramadan. Whilst you can’t drink throughout the hours of your fast, pay extra attention to the water that you are drinking, and make note of it so that you can track the amount. This will help you to understand if you are staying hydrated enough during this period. As a starting point, here are some examples for how you can get at least 2L of water per day:  

  • 1.5 glass after iftar and before sahur  
  • 1 glass after meal 
  • 1 glass before/after prayer 
  • 1 glass before sleep 
  • 1 glass right after wake up 

Break Your Fast With Natural Foods  

Take care of your skin from the inside-out during Ramadan. It’s inevitable that you’ll have Ramadan goodies (as you should!), but there are some foods that will keep your skin healthy-looking during this time. Eat foods that are good for you and include lots of vitamins and minerals, so that they nourish your skin. Eat clean, avoiding a lot of sugar, and eat fruit and nuts. Fruits hold a host of nutrients, and nuts contain large percentages of fibres and fatty acids, which help to rejuvenate the skin. If you are looking to take care of your skin with a little bit more attention during Ramadan, then focus on the foods that you are including in your diet when you break your fast.  

Stay Away From the Sun  

It’s commonly known that the sun dries out our skin. If your skin is particularly dry during Ramadan, then you may want to stay away from the sun for this period. In this way, humidity can also dry out the skin, so if the weather conditions are humid and sunny, ensure that you take extra precautions, by drinking more water and staying in the shade when needed.  

Hydrate With Skincare  

During Ramadan, if you are experiencing dehydrated skin, then you may wish to add more steps to your skincare routine to combat any concerns. After ablution and prayers, re-apply moisturiser, lotion and lip balm to avoid dryness. In mornings, ensure that you use sunscreen to protect yourself from the sun and to avoid your skin drying out. In an evening, use a serum to have extra skin hydration. If you do feel that your skin is changing and reacting to lifestyle change, asses the skincare that you are using and add more hydrating products such as moisturiser and serums into your regime.  

Hydrate your skin with Seventy Hyal 2000: The Next Generation Skin Booster  

If skin dehydration is a concern throughout the Ramadan period, there are solutions for an easy skincare routine. As an alternative to a multi-step skincare regime, you could try the new wave of injectable skincare: skin boosters. Seventy Hyal 2000 is a hybrid booster which aims to hydrate, glow and contour. With just one, the Next Generation Skin Booster offers instant results thanks to its moisture-surging properties. Seventy Hyal is the perfect skincare solution to allow you to focus on what’s important during Ramadan, not having to worry about the effects that a change in lifestyle may have on your skin. Ask a practitioner in your local Seventy Hyal clinic and book your treatment to give you the hydrated skin you desire without the extra effort of an extended skincare regime.  

Rest and Relax  

With fasting throughout Ramadan, the potential dehydration can lead to fatigue in some cases. To ensure that you are getting the rest that you need, make it a priority that you unwind and meditate, taking the time to reset and recharge. Rest your body for the energy boost that you need, listening to your body if it’s a bit more than your used to. This will also influence your skin; everything is connected!  

The Ramadan Skin Guide: How To Keep Your Skin Hydrated 

Ramadan is a time to reflect and meditate through prayer. During this period, make sure that you take care of yourself through resting where you feel is necessary, listening to what your body needs during this time. If you do have skin concerns whilst you are fasting, there are many ways that you can have hydrated and feel-good skin. As a round-up, during Ramadan, drink lots of water, break your fast with nutritious foods, and tailor your skincare regime to hydrating your skin. As an effortless skincare option, try Seventy Hyal for a hydrated glow of the skin! We hope our Ramadan skin guide helps – Have a blessed Ramadan!  

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By Amy Williams | 22nd Mar, 2023 | , , ,

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