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Halal skincare

Suraiya Waeusang, founder of Celine, a halal skincare and cosmetic brand. Photos courtesy of Suraiya Waeusang

As a religious Muslim and a woman who uses make-up, Suraiya Waeusang has to remove the product and wash her face at least three times a day before prayers. Muslims must wash their hands, mouth, nose, face, arms, head, ears and feet before prayers five times a day — three times in the day and two times in the evening and at night.

To save time, nine years ago, Suraiya came up with the idea of a halal skincare and cosmetic brand called Celine.

“At that time in Pattani, there were few halal cosmetics imported from abroad, but they were not popular. I did not know what ingredients those skincare and cosmetic…

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