5 Natural Beauty Products Since the Time of the Prophet

Moslimdaily – Beauty products have been around since the time of prophet Muhammad Shallallahu alaihi wassallam. The reason is, Allah Subhanahu wa ta’ala likes His servant who maintains beauty. This has long been taught in Islam.

Therefore, a Muslim woman is encouraged to beautify themselves by wearing makeup or cleaning tools. This self-beautifying activity is taught to wives to make their husbands happy.

From ‘Abdullah bin Mas’ud Radhiyallahu anhu, the Prophet Shallallahu ‘alaihi wa sallam said:

إِنَّ اللهَ جَمِيْلٌ يُحِبُّ الْجَمَالَ

“God is beautiful and loves the beauty.” (Muslim)

Well, here is the makeup or self-beauty products that have existed since the time of the Prophet Shallallahu alaihi wassallam:

1. Mascara is Natural Beauty Products

Natural Beauty Products Since the Time of the Prophet
Natural Beauty Products Since the Time of the Prophet

The Prophet Shallallahu alaihi wassallam encouraged his people, both men and women, to use mascara. The reason, celak has properties for eye health, such as beautifying eyelashes, sharpening vision, to treat irritation of the eyes.

Narrated Ibn Abbas, the Prophet Shallallahu ‘alaihi wassallam said:

“The best mascara for you is “itsmid”. Surely he can clear his eyesight and grow eyelashes.”

2. Henna is Natural Beauty Products

Henna or any other name is girlfriend is one of the beauty products to beautify nails. Made from dried leaves of henna plants, then ground into a fine powder.

But with the times, henna is also available in the form of pasta, making it easy to use. Henna also has a distinctive aroma, namely fragrant foliage.

Usually women will wear henna on the nails, the results vary there are red, orange, and brown colors. In addition, henna is also often used as a bride to beautify her hands.

3. Eyebrow pencil

Natural Beauty Products Since the Time of the Prophet
Natural Beauty Products Since the Time of the Prophet

In order to beautify the shape of the eyebrows do not need to be scraped because it is prohibited by the teachings of Islam, just use an eyebrow pencil to tidy it up. The Prophet Shallallahu alaihi wassallam said:

“Allah curses those who tattoo and who ask to be tattooed. Allah curses those who pull out facial hair and who ask to be removed.” (Muslim 2125)

4. Natural oils

Natural Beauty Products Since the Time of the Prophet
Natural Beauty Products Since the Time of the Prophet

Natural oils such as olives, coconut, to pomegranate seeds can be used to help treat, and nourish hair and face. The Prophet Shallallahu alaihi wassallam also used olive oil as his treatment.

The Prophet Shallallahu alaihi wassallam said: “Eat olives and broom olive oil. It is of a blessed tree.”

Then Habib Muhammad As-Saggaf said Rasullullah Shallallahu alaihi wassallam had a great way when sweeping olive oil. All of her movements are aimed at beauty. In every act, there is a certain wisdom.

5. Miswak/Siwak

The cleanliness of the body, including the area of the teeth and mouth is part of the faith. The Prophet (saw) always cleaned the area using shivak.

Shivak is a wood that comes from the shivak tree. How to use it by brushing your teeth with wood to remove yellow and dirt on the teeth.

The benefits of siwak for dental and oral health are no doubt. One of them is to prevent cavities. No wonder if the tradition of shivak (cleaning teeth with shivak) is still quite popular in Middle Eastern countries and some African countries.

Various Benefits of Shivak for Dental and Oral Health. There are many natural ingredients in siwak that are believed to be able to maintain healthy teeth and mouth, including alkaloids, silica, sodium bicarbonate, chloride, and fluoride. In addition, shivak also contains other natural ingredients, such as vitamin C, calcium, sulfur, essential oil, and tannins.

Here are some of the benefits that you can get from regularly cleaning your teeth using siwak:

1. Prevent cavities and take care of tooth strength
2. Prevent bad breath and refresh the breath
3. Prevent tooth plaque from forming
4. Protecting the gums

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