Some Basic Things To Know About Halal Certified Nail Polish

by Leena Joseph Beauty Queen

Nail polishes have been an integral part of every woman’s beauty regime. Pretty nails make us women feel pretty and give us the confidence of carrying ourselves better while in public. In fact, nail polish is being used by women for centuries. However, in recent times, women have become more self-aware of the ingredients that go into manufacturing these cosmetic products. They would rather use products that are made in a more eco-friendly method and contain fewer chemicals. There are numerous reasons for this radical change.

A majority of women make these choices due to their religious beliefs. Women who follow Islam have to be conscious about the products they use. They are allowed to only use the products that are certified halal. The rest of us often make the mistake of assuming that halal is a term that refers to food. But in reality, halal is an Arabic term that means permitted under Islamic Law. So, yes, for women who take their religion seriously, there is halal nail polish. But what exactly is halal nail polish?

Halal nail polish does not contain any products derived from animals. They also don’t contain alcohol and toxic chemicals like parabens and sulfates. Halal nail polish can also be described as breathable because it allows water and oxygen to pass through. This property of halal nail polishes comes extremely handy especially while performing Wudu. So if you are a practicing Muslim woman, you no longer have to go through the inconvenience of removing and applying your nail polish multiple times in order to pray. Halal nail polish allows you to keep up with the fashion trends without compromising on your religion.

But let that not push you to believe that halal and vegan are the same. Due to the lack of animal products, halal nail polish is vegan. But that does not mean that every vegan product you come across will always be halal. For a product to be labeled halal, it needs to be certified by the Islamic authority that decides whether or not a product is halal. So, the next time you are shopping for halal products, do make sure that you check the certification properly.

Now that you know what halal certified nail polish is, we hope you will start using more of it in the future. And if that weren’t enough, we think it will excite you to know that halal nail polish lasts longer than the other alternatives.

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