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Dear Concern,

Any type of perfume which contains very low percentage alchohol used permitted in Islam or not? Some people said it is permitted in Islam.


Firstly, perfume is permitted in Islam. In fact, there are times when the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) specifically asked Muslims to apply perfume, like when going to Jum’a prayer and Eid prayer.
The alcohol that features in many of high-street perfumes has divided the opinion of the scholars. Some argue that alcohol is forbidden in all of its forms, regardless of whether it is in a drink or in a perfume. Others say that the alcohol found in perfumes is nothing like the alcohol found in drinks; it is not consumable and does not intoxicate, which is why alcohol is forbidden in the first place.
The best option is try to avoid them if possible. Nowadays, there is a vast array of non-alcoholic perfumes available from Islamic shops. Most modern scholars do agree however that alcohol in perfume does not come under the prohibition of alcohol, simply because this cannot intoxicate a person.

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