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The current trends witness the Sunnah revival in every aspect of life. The studies and research of prophetic foods has shown a tremendous progress as alternative medicine. The numerous studies have proved that prophetic foods are very good for health. However, the potential of prophetic food in cosmetics and beauty products is still under explored. The prophetic food as main ingredients for cosmetics and beauty product is not new as some cosmetics brands have already have their products infused with prophetic food as main ingredients such as in Safi, The Body Shop and Good Virtues & Co. Thus, this paper tries to review the potential of prophetic food-based cosmetics as a segment in Halal beauty industry and its prospective in the Muslim market.
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