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The benefits of Rice Water for Skin and Hair

 Rice water

 The water left over after you cook rice has long been thought to promote stronger and more beautiful hair. The earliest known use of it was over 1,000 years ago in japan.

Rice water contains substances known to help protect and repair your skin.

 Rice Water for the face

 Fermented rice water can help improve skin damage from the sun. Rice wine increases the collagen in the skin, which keeps your skin supple and helps prevent wrinkling.

when fermented, rice water also develops a nutrient called pitera, which contains more age corrective properties. There's also ferulic acid, which can help to block UV damage. This acid neutralizes oxidative damage and boosts the effectiveness of antioxidant vitamin C and E. Vitamin C is great for toning and enhancing brighter skin and a more even complexion.

 Skin exfoliator

Rice is great for exfoliating your skin. A natural rice flour scrub can smooth out fine lines and wrinkles, treat uneven skin tone and blemished, control excess oil secretion and help brighten your skin.

 Anti-ageing solution

Rice water is great for improving skin texture and restores elasticity especially in case of dry and dehydrated skin.

 Eczema Treatment

 Regular application of the rice water treats on the affected area can help in getting rid of eczema. The starch present in rice water treats and heals eczema to give you a healthy skin.

 Acne treatment

Rice water is used to reduce the redness of pimples and eventually dry them out.

 Improves the Complexion

Rice water is used for brighter skin and an even skin tone. Massaging fermented rice water on skin can reduce sunspots, pigmentation, hyperpigmentation and freckles.

 Anti-dandruff mask

Rice flour effectively cleanes the scalp, the amino acids and minerals keep the scalp nourished.

 Facial toner

Rice water is used as a natural toner to clean and tighten your pores and maintain a healthy barrier against environmental aggressors without drying out the skin or causing irritation.

 Damaged hair

Hair that's been bleached can be elped by inositol, a chemical in rice water. It helps repair damaged hair from the inside out, including split ends.

 Improves Hair Growth

The amino acid present in rice water help in regeneration of hair and aid faster growth of your hair.

 

 

 

 

 

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 21/02/2020  Anjana

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