The Skincare Hydration Heroes You Need This Ramadan

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These skincare saviours will provide much-needed hydration this Ramadan

Ramadan can wreak havoc on your skin thanks to reduced water intake. Look to your skincare to replenish lost moisture and provide long-lasting hydration; here, MOJEH shares eleven hydration heroes you need to reach for during the Holy Month.

How To Keep Your Skin Hydrated This Ramadan

A new-and-improved version of Clinique’s best-selling Moisture Surge Moisturiser, the 100-hour auto-replenishing hydrator uses aloe vera and hyaluronic acid to penetrate ten layers into the skin and deliver an instant 174 percent moisture boost. Clinique at Ounass

How To Keep Your Skin Hydrated This Ramadan

J-Beauty brand Ubuna uses groundbreaking scientific research to create its products, and the Drench Serum is no exception. Delivering exactly what it says on the beautifully packaged tin, the formula features three weights of hyaluronic acid, peptides, collagen, omegas and antioxidants, as well as antibodies sourced from ostrich egg yolks to fend off damaging antigens. Long story short, it’s a winner. Ubuna at Cult Beauty


How To Keep Your Skin Hydrated This Ramadan

Brought to our shelves, and our hearts, by the geniuses at South Korean mega-brand Glow Recipe, this lightweight yet intensely moisturising soufflé cream combines potassium-rich banana with magnesium and turmeric to provide long-lasting hydration and ease flaky, irritated complexions. Glow Recipe at Cult Beauty


How To Keep Your Skin Hydrated This Ramadan

Begin hydration from the very-first step of your routine with Laneige’s Moisturising Cream Cleanser. Infused with sunflower and meadowfoam sea oil, the cleanser not only removes impurities – allowing the skin barrier to perform efficiently – but gives you a plumped, hydrated base to build the rest of your routine upon. Laneige at Selfridges

How To Keep Your Skin Hydrated This Ramadan

Tata Harper’s Hydrating Floral Mask holds 1,000 sizes of hyaluronic acid to replenish, refresh and keep skin hydrated long after application. With ten years of tried-and-tested formulas that are constantly sold out, we’re surprised you even need convincing. Tata Harper at Bloomingdale’s


How To Keep Your Skin Hydrated This Ramadan

Prefer to nap while your skincare does the work? A rich, fast-acting sheet mask is a luxurious shortcut. La Mer’s Treatment Lotion Hydrating Mask packs almost a full ounce of its lotion into each sheet and uses millions of micro-fibres to provide a healthy glow and instant hydration. La Mer at Ounass


Cult-favourite Drunk Elephant’s B-Hydra Serum is formulated with pineapple ceramides, sodium hyaluronate (a version of hyaluronic acid), a lentil-apple-and-watermelon complex and Vitamin B5 to penetrate deep into the skin. Trust us, you can feel the water molecules bursting on application. Drunk Elephant at Sephora

This cream-essence duo packs a one-two punch with both a rosewater and hyaluronic acid-powered gel essence and a time-release water-cream sleeping mask. The essence replenishes moisture while the mask locks it all in so you wake up with plump, hydrated skin. Fresh at Harrods

Your skin isn’t the only area that will likely be dehydrated this Ramadan. Show your nails some TLC and hydrate parched cuticles with this blend of Vitamin E extract and sunflower seed oil. NCLA at Cult Beauty

Stressed tresses from lack of moisture can lead to brittle ends, hair loss and dullness. Rahua’s delightfully rich shampoo and conditioner blends rare, plant-derived Amazonian oils with protein ingredients to replenish thirsty locks from root to tip. Rahua Hydration Shampoo at Bloomingdale’s; Rahua Hydration Conditioner at Net-a-Porter

If you follow Gisou founder Negin Mirsalehi on social media – and have marvelled at her luscious locks – you know why the hydrating honey hair mask deserves a spot on this list. The nourishing mask strengthens strands, improves shine and maintains the hair’s moisture balance, as honey is a natural humectant packed with minerals, vitamins and antioxidants. Gisou at Sephora

Featured Image: Photographed by Francesco Vincenti for MOJEH 85

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