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Natural Beauty Spa at Home

Natural Beauty Spa at Home

Next to massage, getting a facial is one of the most often purchased day-spa experiences, and once you have experienced a professional deep cleanse, polish, and moisturize, it is easy to see why. However, it is not always possible to find the time or resources required to “outsource” this indulgent a bit of “me-time.” So …

Face Cleansing, the Natural Way

Face Cleansing, the Natural Way

While it may be OK once in a while to turn the house into a day spa, that just won’t work everyday. So, if you want a quick and an Oh-So-Natural cleansing routine that won’t break the bank or the environment, try these. Soap Nuts I was told about a soap leaf by my friend, …

Are We Too Clean For Our Own Good

Are We Too Clean For Our Own Good?

Scientist and health care specialist for years have been debating the “hygiene hypothesis,” which asks whether modern humans are too clean for their own good. Recently researchers at Northwestern University in Illinois asked the same question, and found that our ultra-hygienic ways are actually causing us to become sick. How could this be? Does this …


Siwak: Preventive Medicine For Your Teeth

One of the best ways to protect one’s teeth is siwak. The Prophetic Sunnah contains several mentions of it. Siwak are cleaning wicks. They get their name from the Arabic word “yudlik”. Its rough translation is “massage” (i.e., massage the mouth). It means more than “tooth brush.” The best type of siwak is that which …

A Man for All Seasons - About Islam

A Man for All Seasons

People are able to spread a disease even if they are not showing any signs of disease. Thus quarantine and other public health control measures are essential. They reduce the contact between those with the disease and those susceptible to the disease.

Makkah Divided into 5 Zones for Cleanliness - About Islam

Makkah Divided into 5 Zones for Cleanliness

The city of Makkah and the adjoining holy sites have been divided into five zones to keep all the areas clean during the Hajj season. Makkah Municipality has signed five contracts for this purpose. Makkah Municipality Services deputy municipal official Abdulsalam Mushat said the cleaning work will involve 7,152 supervisors and workers. “The municipality has …

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