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  • Nails fit for praying with
  • Nails fit for praying with
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Nails fit for praying with

During Ramadan, Muslims pray five times a day, during which 'wudu' must be performed: the process of washing certain parts of the body prior to prayer. While women have to remove nail varnish for this process, the BCI group have developed a halal version in time for the holy month.

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