Tips To Choose Halal Cosmetics and famous Halal makeup brands

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How to Choose Halal Cosmetics ?How do we Know which Make up are halal and which are not ?

Assalamu Alaikum,

I Have a News ! Most of us are Contaminating ourselves with Haram Cosmetics which Invalidates our Salah. Everyday We Apply Lots of cosmetics in Our Face.We use body care products and toiletries such as shampoos, conditioners, shower gels, body creams, which contain animal (non zabiha/haram) byproducts (which might include pig,cow and Chicken).

Shocked ! I too was Shocked and Upset about this Discovery. Although I was aware of the talk about some Lipsticks containing Pigs fats and took great care in Choosing A Lipstick free from Animal Fats.I brought Myself a red Lipstick few days back which claimed Itself to be fat free. While I was checking the Ingredient List I saw an Ingredient called” Caramine” .I researched about this  Ingredient and was shocked to learn that My Red Lipstick actually got Its Pigmentation from Insects.And as all Insects except Locusts are Haram in Islam. My Lipstick was haram too.I felt like filth and began my research on Other Body Products and Cosmetic Brands.And Here is What I found:-

Halal doesn’t limits Itself to food. As We all Know that Muslims are Forbidden to have Contact with Pork Products.Using the beauty products currently available on the market means consumers are potentially contaminating themselves with Haram ingredients in these products.

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Sahih International: He has only forbidden to you dead animals, blood, the flesh of swine, and that which has been dedicated to other than Allah. But whoever is forced [by necessity], neither desiring [it] nor transgressing [its limit] – then indeed, Allah is Forgiving and Merciful.(16:115)

The above verses of the Holy Qur’an are sufficient to satisfy a Muslim as to why pork is forbidden.According to the mufti at the official fatwa call center of the UAE in Abu Dhabi, pork products in any state are absolutely haram”. “Everything from the pig is rejected,” he said .”We can’t eat it, buy it, sell it, wear the leather or even touch the animal. It is nejes [dirty or impure] and we can’t use it on our body, a person will then not be in a state of purity fit to pray.”

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How do forbidden ingredients become a part of our beauty products?

Protein waste and animal by-products are recycled through a process called rendering. Only about 50% of a cow, 60% of a pig, 72% of a chicken,and 78% of a turkey actually end up in the supermarket. Renderers convert these materials into valuable commodities that are used to manufacture skin care and cosmetics.

Do you think you are not Eating them?Image result for eating lipsticks

Well,Actually you will be shocked to know that In 1990, the National Health and Medical Research Council in Canberra, Australia, asserted the average woman could expect to swallow between 500 and 1,500 grams of lipstick in her lifetime if she was a modest but regular user.(ref)

Some Famous Make up /Cosmetic Brands Which are NOT HALAL

Do You Know your Favorite Brand of Cosmetic Could be using Pigs Fat and in the Process it can Invalidate your Salah. Let us take a Look at Famous Cosmetics Brand Which serves Non-Halal/Haram Cosmetics.The list have been compiled from the research of Muslim Consumer group.

Olay-All Skin Care Facial Product which has Oil of Olay is Not Halal

Proctor & Gamble,the Company that Manufacture Olay Cosmetics has informed MCG that pork fat and beef fat derived ingredients are used in Olay and Oil of Olay skin care products. MCG advices Muslim sisters not to use these two brands.

Cover Girl is Not Halal

Cover Girl is not Halal. They use animal fats as binders in their products.

AVON is Not Halal:

Avon doesn’t use any pork products, but they have carmine in their lipsticks and use bovine (i.e. cow) in almost everything. Their recent lipsticks (ultra rich) and one of their mineral blushes contains urea (animal urine).

Neutrogena is Not Halal

Pork fat is Used in Neutrogena Products.

Physician Formula is Not Halal

It too Uses Pig fat


It is not Halal due to presence of Carmine red color which is obtained from insect. All insect except locust are Haram.  Revlon has recently launched a new lipstick line called \”Revlon Ultra HD Lipstick\” which has I think 10 or 12 shades. Check the  ingredients list- It has Carmine towards the end of the list which is a Haram ingredient .

For Halal Red Lipstick : Check the halal cosmetics Brands at the end of the article .Amara-Red-Cosmetics_burned

Tips To Choose Halal Cosmetics /Make up

We are Listing some tips to Choose Halal cosmetics . There may be more but We are going with the most common found Ingredients and Popular brands.

  1. Check the Label If it is Animal Fat free or Not.
  2. Check the Ingredient list:If it Contains CARMINE OR COCHINEAL,It is haram.
    • Carmine/CI 75470 (colour) is derived from Cochineal (from beetles).
    • red color from Cochineal or Carmine is Haram because all insects are Haram in Islam except locust.
  3. Check For these Potentially Questionable Ingredients:
    • Oleic Acid  Which is found in Moisturizers, and cosmetics. Oleic Acid is derived from animal matter (beef or pork)
    • Keratin is found in Moisturizers(Hydrolyzed Keratin – derived from Keratin (from cashmere goat or sheep wool).)
    • Lanolin Alcohol is derived from animal matter
    • Palmitic Acid is found in Moisturizers, Masques and cosmetics
    • Gelatin is found in Moisturizers, cosmetics.Only fish gelatin is Halal. If you run a DNA analysis (nowadays it is used to detect pig by-products in a food product developed by a Florida company ) of Type A gelatin (pig) and Pig, you will find no difference.
    • Stearic Acid/Stearyl Alcohol is found in Moisturizers, cleansers, Exfoliator, Toners, Masque, and after shave(Halal if Obtained from vegetable fat. Haram if obtained from pork fat.)
    • Glycerin/glycerol is found in Moisturizers, cleansers after shave. If glycerin is obtained from pork fat then it will be Haram.
  4. Regarding Alcohol in Cosmetics: Stearyl alcohol, Cetearyl Alcohol, Myristyl Alcohol, Behenyl Alcohol and Cetyl alcohol are emulsifiers, meaning they help the oily ingredients in the formulation dissolve in the water phase to give the cream a smooth consistency. They tend to be white, waxy solids and are known as fatty alcohols, which occur naturally in some plants and animals. These could be Halal, even though the name suggests otherwise, because if ingested, they are not intoxicating. Cetyl Alcohol for example is a hard wax obtained usually from palm oil. However, there is no way of knowing if they are originally derived from animals or vegetables and thus a well recognized third party Muslim approval is of great importance.

Get Halal Cosmetics from brands that are halal certified :Iba   ,Inika Cosmetics, Inglot (nailpolishes),Clara Cosmetics, and Amara Cosmetics

About the Halal Cosmetics

Until recently, Halal was only associated with food.With rising awareness and transparency, the focus is moving towards making more offerings Halal, including financial and beauty products. Since no fully Shariah compliant Halal Beauty Company is there in the market , consumers are potentially contaminating themselves with the questionable ingredients in these products.Unfortunately there is No worldwide consensus or single standard on recognition of single certification as Halal and no proper information or transparency in terms of production facilities and ingredient sourcing

At a time when many other large consumer segments are reaching a saturation point, Muslims are a new outlet from which to build a base for future growth. There are an estimated 1.82 Billion Muslims worldwide that constitute 20% of world population. Islam has no geographic boundary and is a religion and a culture , lives differently in various areas of the world. However , Muslims share the concept of Sharia which is a framework for religious, political, social, private and domestic life.Halal is any action or object that is permissible to use or engage in, according to Islamic law. Muslims are forbidden to have any contact with pork products.

Halal Certified :

A Product is “Halal Certified” When The Islamic authority (Imam) inspects the production facilities and factories to make sure there are no haram products or alcohol (including fluids used to clean the equipment) used in the manufacturing process. To be certified halal, halal certifying organizations  must be able to track down the source of every ingredient  of the product to ensure that it was created according to Sharia Law — the system that governs members of the Islamic faith. Samples of each product are also sent to an independent lab contracted by U.S. Halal Certification to test for traces of pork or pork byproducts before certification is issued. Testing is done on the individual products and ingredients to make sure there are no pork or animal bi-products-it is a time intensive process and may take months.  And finally the certificate is issued-for each and every product-if all requirements are met to become Certified Halal.

   Halal Make up  Brands

People are becoming conscious and aware of Halal and Haram  and what’s in their skin care and makeup, which translates to their willingness to spend more on high-quality halal products

Some Halal Cosmetics Brand are : Iba  ,Inika Cosmetics, Inglot (nailpolishes),Clara Cosmetics, and Amara Cosmetics ,Shehnaz hebal

There may be other different brands of halal cosmetics too.My advice to all my Muslim friends is to choose a brand that qualifies halal certification and only use the halal products.And if this is not possible then One golden rule which you can apply in choosing your Cosmetics is to avoid the Cosmetics made with animal products and use herbal/vegan cosmetics which do not contain the Above listed haram Ingredients(Please note that all Vegans may not be halal because they may contain alcohol ) .

Edit : For Your Convenience and on request ,We have added a list of Halal Cosmetic Products. These are halal Certified  and affordable. May it help you.JZK.


BB and CC Cream

Face  :


Eyes :

Breathable Halal Nailpolish


Halal Makeup brands -India

If You are in INDIA ,I would suggest you Iba . They have pretty good reviews and cheaper too than the other conventional brands.As per your request,I have listed some halal cosmetics that you can buy online in India via Amazon too.

Iba Halal Care embraces an eco-ethical philosophy; Iba products are not merely natural but also pure and hygienically manufactured, vegan and animal cruelty-free. They have been formulated to meet the ethical needs of all consumers, including Muslims, Jains, vegetarians, and vegans. Iba products are free of any animal derived ingredients and hence suitable for consumption by vegetarians as well as vegans Today, Iba is India’s first and only Halal certified cosmetics brand with a wide range of over 60 products including creams and lotions, face washes, shampoos, conditioners, hair oil, color cosmetics such as lipsticks and kajal, and exotic fragrances, each one carefully developed and manufactured to assure purity, safety and efficacy. As a responsible brand, each and every Iba product has been certified Halal by ‘Halal India’, an independent certifying body recognized by the Government of India.

face :
foundation-Rs 307 .(

Lips :
Iba PureLips Moisturizing Lipstick -Rs 194 (

Smudge free Natural Kajal- Rs 105 
(Amazon .in)

Skin Care

Body lotion,deoderant, cream etc (

You may also Use Shehnaz Herbals This is a PETA certified brand  with NO  animal derivatives or ALCOHOL used in any of their products as the company website says— halal formulations .

Non-halal certified but may be Halal

For the convenience of our Readers ,I am listing down some cosmetics brand that  We can be used with caution and ingredients to be checked for caramine, Alcohol etc. These company claim to not use cow or Pig fat .Such companies are- Garnier , Maybelline , Loreal , Mac  etc  . But We should take care in reading the list of ingredients .  Caramine is generally found in lipsticks so if you want to be sure with buying halal then please buy from halal cosmetics brand.

Jazak Allah Khair.


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  1. thank you sooo much for these helpful tips. can u please suggest a halal beauty anti aging cream which will make skin bright and spotless.

  2. Assalamu alaikum… the Maybelline lipstick and foundation contain pig fat or is it harm product…?

  3. We contacted Maybelline to Know If their Products are Halal .

    Maybelline is not Halal certified but they wrote to Us that they do not contain ingredients derived from bovine (beef) or porcine (pork) sources although they do use ingredients derived from fish and insects.This is the feedback-

    “Cosmetic and personal care products may contain ingredients derived from animal sources such as lanolin and honey. Our products do not contain ingredients derived from bovine (beef) or porcine (pork) sources; we may use ingredients derived from fish and insects. A review of the ingredients that are listed on all of our products or packages will alert you to the presence of this type of ingredient.”

    edit : Lanolin and honey are halal. Fish sources are also halal. So, I think that it is safe to Use them.Please check for ingredient like caramine/cochineal which is derieved from insects.

  4. Nyx has no halal certification.When We Inquired about their Products,they asked us to check the Individual Product labels If It contains a Potentially haram Ingredient .

    Most of our products are but a few do have animal derived ingredients and/or could contain gluten. It is best for the customer to view the labels of each product in-person and determine if there is any ingredient that could be derived from animals and/or contains gluten.

    glycerin as we have read in the post is halal if derieved from vegetable source. But When Nyx as asked about the source of the glycerin,this was their reply-

    “We do not have sourcing information for the individual ingredients unfortunately. But if you have any hesitations at all about a product’s ingredients it is best to refrain from using it.

    Jzk Khair.

  5. “Lanolin and honey are halal. Insects and fish sources are also halal. So, I think that it is safe to Use them.” Using insects are also haram .right or wrong?

  6. Thank you for asking this question.
    Actually ,Lanolin is Halal because it is obtained from fat of the sheep’s wool without slaughtering the sheep. and Lanolin Alcohol is a sheep’s wool wax.Both are considered to be Halal.Earlier it was under the category of Potentially Questionable Ingredient(as stated in the article ) and even now some consider it doubtful..

  7. Really disappointed to see the ridiculously high prices of Halal cosmetics .. How many Muslim sisters can actually afford a lipstick worth $50 that too compared to $5 on any average brand like Revelon cover girl or even Rimmel .. This is rather discouraging .. These halal brands should be educated about halal earning first

  8. Yes,they may be a little more priced but do you know that the halal certification process takes months and comes with a hefty fee. Membership with U.S. Halal Certification costs almost $2,000, depending on the number of items to be certified .And then they have to pay for the organization’s copyright and trademarks if you intend to use the logos. Every couple of years, the halal certifying organization also conducts an independent audit and requires each halal-certified company to notify it of any changes in product ingredients.

    Atleast they are giving us high quality Products which I am thankful for .And they are sometimes cheap than other big non halal brands too.

  9. Assalamu Alaikum, Here is the reply We got from NYX-

    We do not have prepared information on the ingredient information you requested. However, all the ingredients we use in a product are listed on the package or the label of the product itself. For products too small to accommodate the list, a separate ingredient list is available on the display unit in the store for your convenience. Since some ingredients are known by more than one name, we use the standard industry FDA-recognized names.

    Cosmetic and personal care products may contain ingredients derived from animal sources such as lanolin and honey. Our products do not contain ingredients derived from bovine (beef) or porcine (pork) sources; we may use ingredients derived from fish and insects.

    Nyx is not “Halal Certified” and it is doubtful in my opinion.

  10. Assalamu alikum.

    Saima ,Body Shops do not have the halal certification but in their website they say that
    “We will continuously review and update our ethical criteria and guidelines for the development and manufacture of our products, which includes those covering raw materials, derived from non-porcine animal by-products, and will implement action plans for the timely and realistic phase-out of relevant materials from our formulations, as appropriate to maintain the appropriate ethical standards.”

    Just check the ingredients carefully .I cannot say if it is absolutely halal or not . Hope it gets the halal certification for us to be sure.

  11. How can we get to know that the ingredients used in cosmetic and body products are free from animal fat and non-alcoholic as the ingredients’ origin are not mentioned there with the ingredients?

  12. Yes it is difficult . That is why there are halal cosmetics which is verified by Organisations responsible for delivering halal products for customers. All Others are doubtful and we can not say much about them with confirmation.

  13. Assalamoalaikum.

    This is what The Body Shop website says:
    “All other ingredients with the word ‘Alcohol’ in their names are not used in the alcoholic beverages for the purposes of intoxication, have significantly different chemical structures to Ethyl Alcohol and are well established cosmetic ingredients that are fully compliant with Halal requirements.”

    Does this make the products halal?

  14. Someone has asked me for the verification of few brands n it’s urgent. Please reply as soon as possible. These are:
    Anastasia, Bobbi Brown, Burberry, Clinique, Diana of London, Dior, DMGM, Elf, Estee Lauder, L.A Girl, Lancome, The Balm Cosmetics, Urban Decay, Wet n Wild. Please do let me know about their halaal verification please.Jazakillah.

  15. Assalamu alaikum @binte. Thank you for writing to us.The answer is I do not know. Actually I have not tried those brands and I do not know of its ingredients .Morever after I have learned about the certified halal brands and their certification process , I think that it is more safe to rely on the halal brands rather than analyse it from our own limited knowledge .yes,some companies clearly states that they use pig but the ones that dont ,remember that halal certification is a month long process where the body investigates many factors which only the manufacturer know.

    So,I cannot misguide the readers stating so and so halal certified cosmetics is halal instead we should try to use things that are already certified halal or We can request our favourite brand to go for halal certification .

  16. Most of the comestic products say glycerin or glycerine so how do I know if this ingredient extract from animal fats or vegetables fats?

  17. Most of the comestic products say glycerin or glycerine so how do I know if this ingredient extract from animal fats or vegetables fats?.

  18. Thankx 4 such a great info
    Jazakallah khair
    I really like ur page n appreciate ua work
    I have a question that some of the beands are labelling 100% vegan so r dey halal?

    N 1 more thing is colorbar USA halal???????
    Dey dont use carmine in deyr lipsticks n eyeshadows
    So r dey halal
    W8ng for ua reply

  19. @Tanzeen Fatima ,Shukran for your appreciation. If there is no carmine and no animal extract in the ingredients list then I think that you can use it.
    And Yes,100 % Vegan does not means halal at all times.

  20. Few shades of mac,colour pop Hudson beauty are not halal too,u can ask them by emailing them,urban decay is all halal because it has no animal content in it

  21. what i have found from different sources that Lorieal and Mac lipsticks do not have pork or beef byproducts. so i am using them. may god forgive our mistakes.

  22. I think yes.

    Sephora cosmetics says itself to be halal.They have this notice in their FAQ.

    Products marked with Halal and Vegan brand has been certified by our brands, meaning they do not contain any animal products, by-products or alcohol. Please note that our Halal products have not been certified by Majlis Ugama Islam Singapura (MUIS)

  23. Is medora, sweet touch and huda beauty makeup is halal? Or what yhe exat halal affordable 1 lipstick brand name u will suggest me in pakistan. .

  24. Assalamu Alaikum,
    Too faced lipstick says on their website that they do not use any animal byproduct . So,it might be safe .And regarding tarte , please check the ingredient list before buying.

    These companies are not halal certified in itself because halal certification is carried out by a halal certifying body but if you think the cosmetics you are using doesn’t contain any ingredient that is haram,you may use it.JazakAllah khair.

  25. Assalamualaikum, is marc jacobs lip creme halal? I found fragrance in the ingredients and don’t know of it’s considered halal or not, thank you:)

  26. @nurul caroline, I researched a little on the kalijumei floral lipstick, well,they say that they contain natural ingredients and do not contain gelatin. It doesn’t has halal certification but it seems safe to use .May Allah forgive us ,and make it easy for us to use halal things.

  27. Asalamu alaikum wa’rehmatullahi wa’barakatuhu … Jazakumullahu khayran kaseera habibti .. your post helped me a lott for choosing an authentic halal brands .but i want to know that can i use a lipstic from lotus herbals?? is this brand halal .. Im getting married In shaa Allah and i want to use only halal cosmetics rathers than using pork on my lips .. Astagfirullah .. Please help me to suggest some halal indian brands that i can easily get from any online store .. For eyes, face and as well as lips ..Jazakumullahu khayran .. :)))

  28. Walekum Assalam Qadr Ridah . Congratulations for your coming Marriage. Qadr,If you want to be very sure with the cosmetics brand you use, pick the brand which is certified” Halal ” because they are certified by Organisations whose Purpose is to look into all aspects of manufacture of cosmetics which only the manufacturer know.

    If You are in INDIA ,I would suggest you Iba . They have pretty good reviews and cheaper too than the other conventional brands.As per your request,I have listed some halal cosmetics that you can buy online in India via Amazon.(And I have listed their usual rate ,you may see a discounted rate when you click the links )

    face :
    foundation-Rs 307 .

    Lips :
    PureLips Moisturizing Lipstick -Rs 194

    Smudge free Natural Kajal- Rs 105

    Skin Care

    Body lotion,deoderant, cream etc

    You may also Use Shehnaz Herbals This is a PETA certified brand against animal cruelty hence no pig fat or any animal derivatives.NO ALCOHOL used in any of their products as the company website says— halal formulations!!!

    JazakAllah khair and thank you for writing to us.Once Again Congratulations! May Allah bless your Marriage.

  29. Walekum Assalam Asiya , I have updated the list to include Halal Make up brands and if you are from India ,I have also suggested some brands for my Indian Sisters . I hope you will get the answer to your question. Jazak Allah sister for writing to us.

  30. Assalamualikum. PlZ suggest me brands in pakistan gor halal makeup specially foundation and for lips because there are too many ingredients wriiten on products and i dont know which are haram and halal so plz tell

  31. I know of only one halal makeup brand of Pakistan(i.e certified halal ). It is Masarrat Misbah Makeup . You may order online from their store . If you want to go for other brands that are not halal certified but may be halal then you have to check the ingredients personally.Tough job! . May Allah help us consume only those things that are halal .

  32. @Misbah , I researched a bit on Oriflame and it seems to be safe for our use .However please note that halal certification is only given by the organizations responsible for maintaining halal standards and we can only guess from the information their website provides us. JZK Khair.

  33. As salamu alaikum,

    I use Revlon 504 matte balm. Ingredients are not mentioned. Please can You tell me whether it is halal or not?

  34. assalamualikum sis jazakallahukhairan for ur effort kindly tell me if fade out kelly and garnier creams are halal

  35. Aslamalykum warahamatulaahi wa barkatuhu
    Jazakalaahukairaaa for all information
    Please please tell me NAKED urban clay is halaa or not

  36. Want to ask about the body shop bouncing sleeping mask is it halal,what about the lip balms of body shops they halal or not

  37. Assalamu Alaikum, I researched a bit on Oriflame and it seems to be safe for our use .However please note that halal certification is only given by the organizations responsible for maintaining halal standards and we can only guess from the information their website provides us.So, It is better to use the Cosmetics that are certified Halal .JZK Khair.

  38. Thank u soo much. You really gave such a wonderful information n guided us. May Allah bless u and keep u active in such kind of things which can create awareness..I just want to know that is lakme, Maybelline, chambor, faces, Mac,lakme, lotus,loreal are halal or no

  39. MAC says that it doesn’t contains ingredients derived from Pig .You need to check for “Carmine” in the lipsticks . Some of it contain Caramine
    We talked to them and found that their lipstick do contain carmine,especially the red shades . So,If you avoid the red shades , some of them may be safer .

    Again, I would say ,If you want to be Very sure buy the cosmetics which are labelled halal or write to the company with the product you intend to use because a brand has many products and all of them may have different ingredients .

    Jazak Allah Khair.

  40. Asaalamoalaikum .oriflame swedn also uses only plants extracts .so it is also a halaal brand …but you didn’t mentioned it

  41. Sister as I’ve bought Srphora favorites “quench your skin “kit. I tried to search for whether this kit is Halal or not because it contains multibranded products. But there’s still some doubt left n i want you my sister to search over it. It would be very kind of you if you let me know about this kit. Because right now I’m in great trouble regarding this. Jazakillah.

  42. assalamu alaikkum varehmethullahi vaberekathuhu.thank u sister 4 ur artical.i want to know about DOVE BEAUTY CREAM.Is it halal

  43. Salamualaikom.
    I would like to ask if tony moly brand also haram?
    This is my fav. Product tony moly and etude thank u

  44. Salaams sister. I have recently started using FM make up. Could you please tell me if they are halal. Jazakallahu khairan

  45. Salam, I would like to ask if channel makeup it’s halal?
    Miss cop meke up its halal?
    Jazak Allah kairan

  46. Assalamualaikum sis… Masha Allah for ur effort to help sisters to get halal cosmetics..thumbs up… i want to know is AVON Cosmetics are halal? And can we use MAC foundations cream ? Jazaki Allahu khair sis.

  47. Wa alaikom salam, wa rahmatUlLah

    Yo this is great but there’s some controversial things written, about the religion, in my view, in places…

    I think it’s best if you study the following ayats carefully:



  48. Assalamu Alaikum, Can you please tell me what you find controversial so we can review it . The main aim of this article is to help sisters avoid cosmetics obtained from haram sources.In no place have I certified a product halal and haram from my own opinion and it is suggested to the readers to get the halal certified cosmetics which are certified halal from a certifying authority . I appreciate your feedback ,will you kindly let me know what you find cotroversial. Jazak Allah Khair.

  49. L’Oréal Paris magic skin beautifier bb cream there is a glycerin I want to know is this halal

  50. Asalamuallaikum
    Please I could tell me what products are halal I have tried to buy the products through the link I have us in above information which is in Amazon but when I tried to open it but it’s not opening it’s telling some reason I can’t see the products which are said buy you .
    So please can you send me the halal products names and their links . Jazakallaha

  51. Are products from MikyAjy brand HAlal? I am a big fan of Mikyajy and it is very famous brand of Middle East

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