We have been getting HUGE number emails on daily basis asking us how our cosmetics can be halal. We hope this response will clarify
Majority brand cosmetics such as MAC, Revlon, Avon, Laurel, Covergirl, list can go on, these cosmetic companies utilize cheapest ingredients that can come from various sources such as animal, humans, plants, alcohol, and synthetic (plants and animals) and also their products are aimed to have long shelf life
Our cosmetics use only natural ingredients such as plants, fruits, veggies, natural herbs, and plant synthetic ingredients. Our cosmetics do not have as comparable long shelf life as our counterpart cosmetics.
How is Wudu Valid in Halal Cosmetics™?
Using normal brand cosmetics, most likely make one’s Wudu invalid due to animal blood, animal ingredient and/or use of alcohol in the ingredients, while Halal Cosmetics™ products contains all natural ingredients, so staying cleanse is no problem.
Applying one layer of cosmetics is the best policy, though when one does apply more than one layer, we highly advise to perform Wudu and then use touch-up cosmetics.
How can Nail Polish be Halal?
Halal Cosmetics™ nail polish products are halal due to no use of haram ingredients. We provide peelable and non-peelable nail polish options; as both of them are halal.
Once again applying one layer of nail polish base is the best policy, though when one does apply more than one layer, we highly advise to perform Wudu and then use touch-up nail polish.
We hope this helps. All our cosmetic products go through extensive research, lab research and experiment before they finally get certified by various Canadian and North American Islamic scholars and ulemas.
Our partner brands used these listed organizations for certification for halal:
• Talim Ul Islam
• Islamic Food And Nutrition Council of America (IFANCA)
• Darul Qasim Institute