During the Holy Month of Ramadan, you need to keep hydrated and moisturized, as fasting the entire day can dry your skin, especially in summer.
Juices are always available on the Iftar or Suhoor table, but what are the best juices for you?
Not only does drinking fresh juice help hydrate your body, but fresh juices are rich with vitamins and nutrients which are great for your skin.
If you're getting married after Ramadan, make sure you keep your body and skin healthy by drinking these super juices:
Tomato juice is great for hydrating your body and skin, it also fights acne, and promotes collagen production.
We all know that carrot juice is good for the eyesight, but it is also great for your skin, as it is rich with Vitamin A and antioxidants, it also helps fight acne.
The potassium in it helps keep your skin moisturized and soft.
Orange juice helps brighten your skin and even it's color.
Orange juice is rich with Vitamin C which helps renovate the skin cells and help your body get rid of toxins.
Tamarind juice is a popular juice during Ramadan, and it is rich with minerals and vitamins, which brighten your complexion and help prevent wrinkles.
It also contains alpha hydroxy acids which helps fight dark spots on the skin and help you get clear skin.
Wild Berry Juice:
Berry juice is great for your skin, as it fights aging and wrinkles.
It is rich in antioxidants, and helps clear the skin from acne and pimples.
It also treats dark circles under the eyes, and dark spots.
Remember not to overdo it and drink too much juices, and try to drink only fresh and natural juices.