Friday, September 11, 2009

Halal Cosmetics?

For Muslim women who feel they are violating Islam's teachings by using skin creams with alcohol and pig residues, Layla Mandi has the answer: religiously-correct ‘halal’ cosmetics.

The Canadian makeup artist who converted to Islam is marketing cosmetics called OnePure, which she says have the luxury feel of international brands minus the elements banned under Islamic law.

‘There are pork derivatives and alcohol in most cosmetics products, so Muslims should really use something else,’ Mandi said.

From Islamic banking to alcohol-free hotels, products tagged as halal have become popular among devout Muslims — who pray five times a day and perform other rituals.

Islamic banking , Halal food , halal search engine and now halal cosmetics!!!!!!!!!!!

Sure halal is going to be new punch line for products selling in muslims countries as well as countries with good muslim population.


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