Is it possible that this thing really exist? We know that during Ramadan, the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, Muslims from all continents unite in a period of fasting and spiritual reflection, but what the nail polish has with that. Well, BCI Group, the principle sponsors of Beauty World Middle East 2014, launches the first Halal Certified nail polish in the Middle East, just before the start of the holy month of Ramadan. What makes this nail polish halal isn’t its ingredients, as I had assumed. The problem with conventional nail polish is that water cannot permeate it, which means that Muslim women must remove it before performing wudhu, the ritual washing before prayers. If water doesn’t get to the nails then the washing hasn’t been done properly. So, this unique nail polish provides higher water permeability that enables water to pass through to the nails.
The halal certified nail polish is equipped with care for the hands and feet of Nailaholics with religious permissibility and affordability. Certified by the Al Iman Islamic Society provides the nail polish with the religious approval that normal nail polishes lack.
Initially available in white, black, red, blue, nude and gold, but BCI group intends to add a wide selection of classic and unique shades each season.