Most Cosmetics are Haram (Forbidden)

As Muslims, we live our lifes seeking for “Halal” objects (permissible to use), caring about choosing everything that is Halal and avoiding all the “Haram” ones (Forbidden to use) in order to follow our Shariah, the moral code and religious law of Islam.

A variety of substances are considered as harmful (Haram) for humans to consume and, therefore, forbidden as per various Quran verses like:

- Alcohol

- Pork

- Blood

Halal and Haram is not a lifestyle, it is a confirmation that what ALLAH S.W.T has designed for us is undoubtedly better, better for us both physically and spiritually; better for the animals we raise and eat; and better for the environment and the land we live on.

Many of the available cosmetics have a lot of animal products included in their ingredients and some of these products contain alcohol and even pig placenta.

Many Muslim women like me have been frustrated by wanting to look good and follow their faith. So, the concept of Halal cosmetics came to rest the minds of many Muslim women who didn’t feel comfortable praying with make-up on not knowing what was in there.

As Sheikha-Shopping knows the importance of Halal cosmetics to all women in the Arab countries, we offer products to help. Everything from lipstick to eyeliner and blusher – are made in strict accordance with Islamic law, using minerals instead of alcohol and animal products.

You can check our Halal Cosmetics at:

http://www.sheikha-shopping.com/halal-cosmetic.html

As Muslims, we live our lifes seeking for “Halal” objects (permissible to use), caring about choosing everything that is Halal and avoiding all the “Haram” ones (Forbidden to use) in order to follow our Shariah, the moral code and religious law of Islam.

A variety of substances are considered as harmful (Haram) for humans to consume and, therefore, forbidden as per various Quran verses like:

- Alcohol

- Pork

- Blood

Halal and Haram is not a lifestyle, it is a confirmation that what ALLAH S.W.T has designed for us is undoubtedly better, better for us both physically and spiritually; better for the animals we raise and eat; and better for the environment and the land we live on.

Many of the available cosmetics have a lot of animal products included in their ingredients and some of these products contain alcohol and even pig placenta.

Many Muslim women like me have been frustrated by wanting to look good and follow their faith. So, the concept of Halal cosmetics came to rest the minds of many Muslim women who didn’t feel comfortable praying with make-up on not knowing what was in there.

As Sheikha-Shopping knows the importance of Halal cosmetics to all women in the Arab countries, we offer products to help. Everything from lipstick to eyeliner and blusher – are made in strict accordance with Islamic law, using minerals instead of alcohol and animal products.

You can check our Halal Cosmetics at:

http://www.sheikha-shopping.com/halal-cosmetic.html

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