During Ramadan, your skin can go through several changes.
Dehydrated skin, dullness, and breakouts are common issues resulting from fasting. So, give it extra attention to retaining your healthy and luminous look.
Drink at least eight glasses of water between Iftar and Suhoor. But keep away from consuming carbonated or sugary beverages and caffeine. Eat healthy foods that are rich in fiber and antioxidants.
Apply moisturizer at least 1-2 times per day to give your skin the hydration it’s lacking. And take adequate night 7-8 hours of sleep to repair and rejuvenate the skin.
Consult our dermatologist through the telehealth services for any skin issues like dry patches, redness, or breakouts, including acne, psoriasis, or dermatitis. For any severe skin condition, you can visit the hospital for advice.
Chief Arthur Mbanefo, 91 years old, former ambassador to the UN and Representative of Nigeria, thanks the American Hospital Dubai for the excellent medical treatment and personalized care he received.