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5 Rice water benefits for skin and hair

For ages, rice water i.e. the leftover water after rice is cooked, is believed to be beneficial in promoting stronger and healthier hair. But only a handful of communities in Japan realized the importance of rice water for skin treatments too.

 

Today, in a world where there are cosmetics available for every inch of your skin, the awareness regarding the use of rice water for skin treatments has increased drastically. Main factor in this increase is the fact that its rice water and can be made for no cost at home saving precious time and money for people.

 

Here I have listed 5 benefits of rice water for skin and hair:

 

  • For Dry Skin

 

Rice water plays a pivotal role in helping dry skin caused by various factors such as harsh soaps, excess use of body washes and lipid solvents. It's been proven that using rice water mostly thrice a day helps to soothe skin and avoid skin irritation.

 

  • For Damaged Hair

 

For hairs that have been damaged by frequent dyeing or bleaching, rice water helps rejuvenate those hairs and make them stronger and healthier. Thanks to inositol, a chemical in rice water, it helps repair hair and fix split ends problem too.

 

  • For Skin Lightening

 

Rice water is said to lighten skin and as it contains certain pigments which help achieve the lightening of skin. It also helps in reducing patches on the skin. Some brands of soaps use rice water in their products which emphasizes its importance in skin treatments.

 

  • For acne and rashes

 

Rice water contains minerals and also high proportion of starch which is good for people suffering from chronic acne and pimples. Also applying rice water can fight off various skin conditions like eczema and help it heal.

 

  • For Sun Protection

 

A 2013 study conducted PubMed Central, a highly respected database from National Institute of Health showed that rice water is extremely effective in protecting the skin from UV rays. It can also be highly effective in treating sunburns as when applied on burnt skin it helps speed of recovery.

 

As you can see rice water is not only simple and easy but also a free home-made beauty treatment which anyone and everyone can and should male use of at the earliest to enhance their skin and hair at the comfort of their household.



 09/10/2019  Ashwin

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