A Comprehensive Skin Care Guide from the Life of Holy Prophet S.A.W.

A Comprehensive Skin Care Guide from the Life of Holy Prophet S.A.W.

A Comprehensive Skin Care Guide from the Life of Holy Prophet S.A.W.

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It is said that “Beauty is only Skin Deep” but unfortunately, nobody believes in it. The fact is that skin is the largest organ of our body and makes the first impact on the spectator. The introduction of make-ups, beauty aids and cosmetic products for glamour is a modern age dilemma. These inorganic chemical treatments are short term solutions while our natural beauty is corroding somewhere. Allah S.T. has made everybody beautiful, which is why it is said, “Beauty is in the eye of Beholder”. However, it is very important to take care of skin as it is the first line of defense against any dangerous substance that can enter our body and harm us. Besides this, Allah S.T is the most beautiful and also wants us to look beautiful.

Prophetic Skin Care Tips for Glowing Skin

Our beloved Prophet Muhammad S.A.W. took special care of his  appearances. In Sahihain, it is narrated that Aishah R.A. said,

“I perfumed the Messenger of Allah with my hands using Tharirah (Arum) during the farewell Hajj and while the state of Ihram and otherwise”.

Ibn-e- Sunni in his book narrates an episode in which our Prophet S.A.W. advised one of wife to use Arum to cure pimples. In Tibb we can find various applications that beautify, keep it fresh and shield us from various infections.

1Cupping Twice a Year

HijamaHijama or cupping is not just a treatment, it’s a miracle. There are numberless scientifically proven benefits of Hijama because of which it is also getting popular among non-Muslims. Talking specifically about skin, the cupping action has following benefits:

 

 

  • Draws impurities, toxins, pain and inflammation away from the deeper tissues and organs towards the skin where it can be eliminated.
  • Cupping facilitates the skin healing process and gives it a new life.
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Syed Waqqas Mohsin Syed Waqqas Mohsin is a senior writer for Tib-e-Nabvi with extensive knowledge on all things Tib. You can find me on twitter @waqqasmohsin.