Discover the Beauty Secrets of Middle Eastern Women

There are beautiful women all over the world. Each culture has its own secrets that enhance a woman’s beauty. Who hasn’t seen a woman from the Middle East on TV, in a magazine, or on a street who radiated a warm glow of beauty? At some point we have all wished to have glowing skin like this, and now you can, as BasharaCare reveals some of the tips and tricks used by Middle Eastern women to give you that radiant skin as well.

Research conducted has shown that Middle Eastern women, particularly Arab women, have the healthiest and youngest skin around the globe. One factor is the local cultures and traditions. Many women choose to cover up, dress modestly, and keep out of the sun, which keeps their skin protected from dust, pollution and the harsh sun rays that can prematurely age skin, preserving its quality and youthful appearance.

Let’s touch down upon some of the best kept secrets of Middle Eastern women.

Camellia Oil

Camellia oil has long been used by women in the Middle East to keep their beautiful skin flawless. Also known as tea seed oil, camellia oil is extracted from the seeds of the tea plant Camellia Oleifera that is applied directly to the skin. An excellent moisturizer, camellia oil is easily absorbed by the skin to reduce the appearance of fine lines, especially around the eyes and the mouth. Applying the oil directly to the body can smooth rough and flaky skin, reduce stretch marks and strengthen nails.

The Hammam Bath

Hammam, the traditional sauna baths, have holistic and spiritual effects on the body, and many Arab women make full use of this ritual. Regular massages with special oils followed by steaming the body, and then immersing the body in warm water help remove all superficial skin toxins and keep the skin glowing, soft and radiant without much extra effort afterwards.

Less Sun exposure

You skin calls for some consideration so it can remain protected. Women in the Middle East prefer staying indoors when the sun is at its peak. The suns heat can be quite scorching in that part of the world, destroying skin cells and hastening aging. Constantly applying sunscreen to shield your exposed skin from the sun if you are in the sun is the ideal mantra for women of the region.

Hair Care and Other Oils

As for the hair, the traditional veil or scarf often comes to the rescue. If a woman keeps her head covered, the negative effects of exposure to the sun and pollution/ dust are avoided. Another of the best kept beauty secrets of Arab women is using Argan and other oils. Argan oil is commonly used for healthy skin and hair as it is famous for its cosmetic, medicinal and nutritive benefits. Argan oil has great moisturising properties; it fights acne and keeps the hair nourished. It is also used to treat burns and wrinkles on the skin. Other oils are also incorporated into hair and body treatments.

Follow these tips and tricks to get the glowing skin and shiny hair you seek.  For a few great shortcuts, have a look at the following BasharaCare products:

Philip B Oud Royal Forever Shine Shampoo and Conditioner

Philip B. Oud Royal Forever Shine Shampoo cleanses and moisturizes each hair strand from the inside out. Safflower oleosomes provides volume and long-lasting shine. L-amino acids restore dry and frizzy hair. Philip B. Oud Royal Forever Shine Conditioner hydrates and restores your hair from the inside and out for a sleeker and shinier look

Philip B Chocolate Milk Body Crème

Revive your inner child with this deliciously magic potion of chocolate milk. Cocoa butter, safflower seed oil, and extracts of chocolate and vanilla combine to produce rich, chocolaty nourishment that softens your skin and brightens your mind.

Elemis Japanese Camellia Body Oil Blend

A luxurious oil that improves the quality and suppleness of the skin all over your body.

 

Injeel Firoz

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