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What law protects religious dress codes in the work place?

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I'm writing a paper for an Employment Law class. I need to know the specific act or law or something that which gives employees the right to wear certain clothing if it's a religious requirement.

My prompt is to write about legalities of dress codes for a company that is writing a dress code. I want to cover the religious aspect.

Any help will be appreciated! But anything I state I need to back up with a law.

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Edited by marinajecy - 6/21/11 at 4:04am
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Hello Marinajecy,

 

the most important thing is to be gentle to your skin. Do not use ordinary soap to clean your face since it dehydrates your skin. Best would be a soap free emulsion which is ph-neutral to the skin. Do not fall for advertisement and anti-pimple products. Most of them are way to agressive + useless for a cleansing product should clean and nothing more.

I find it very helpful to let my skin dry through after washing it before i apply a moisturizer. The skin absorbs the moisturizer much better this way.

I recommend you to get some jojoba-oil. You can add some drops to your moisturizer or simply apply a little amount to your skin. Jojoba is the only oil which does not clogg your pores. It sounds weird, but my skin is way less oily since I use jojoba.

 

Just take care not to irritate your skin. That means you can not wash it more than twice a day.


Edited by dabi - 5/11/11 at 12:35am
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