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Taking care of your skin to ensure you still stay glowing and bright can sometimes be a source of concern during Ramadan. The summer heat and fasting may lead you to think that your beautiful skin could become dull as your body loses important vitamins and minerals.
But you don’t have to worry, because by making sure you have the right nutrients at Iftar and Suhour you can stay positively radiant all through this blessed season of goodness.
A simple tip is to ensure that your diet includes a range of foods. If your food intake is limited to only certain few foods, your skin will become dry and dull. This is because certain nutrients are needed for the growth and repair of the skin just like your hair and nails. So the more you take care of your eating habits during this holy month, the healthier your skin will become.
Don’t forget to include fresh fruits and vegetables which add colour and variety to your Ramadan menu as they are rich in vitamins and minerals and are required for keeping your skin healthy and hydrated.
The holy month of Ramadan is a good time for you to prepare nutritious and varied meals. It’s the perfect time to make the most of this wonderful season by eating healthy to nourish your body and skin.
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