4 home-made cosmetic applications of rice water

4 home-made cosmetic applications of rice water
Water from soaked rice has a unique effect, so it can be used for cosmetic purposes. It solves (reduces) the removal of the inflammatory condition of the skin. Belgian scientists have conducted studies that say that rice water solves conditions caused by dermatitis. It narrows the pores, effectively solves acne and cleans the skin, giving it shine and softness. Rice water is ideal against aging skin changes because it relaxes and rejuvenates the skin.

  1. Cover the washed rice with water in a ratio of 1:4. Keep the mixture for 2 days at room temperature (or just one day in an extremely warm room). In the infusion, special processes take place during the immersion of the rice in water and the rice ferments at the same time. The infusion is filled with minerals, enzymes and antioxidants. The smell should be sour. A special element is also produced during fermentation. This element has a rejuvenating effect on the skin and activates the cell renewal process. The infusion is filtered to obtain rice water. Elixir for wiping the face narrows the pores, tightens the skin, reduces wrinkles, gives a healthier color to the skin – if used regularly.
  2. Grind cumin root, add honey, rice water and olive oil. Add some Himalayan salt and white cosmetic clay. The mixture should be in the form of thick cream. Keep the resulting mass on your face for 15 minutes. The procedure is done once a week and has the effect of rejuvenating the skin.
  3. Pour the rice water into the ice molds. Ice cubes can be used for massaging and wiping the face. With regular use, the skin gets rid of age spots, becomes more elastic and healthier. Keep the ice for a maximum of 3 days.
  4. Rice water will give the hair density and shine and make it healthier. Rice water is used in the form of shampoo. It is recommended to use rice water to rinse the entire length of the hair. The procedure is performed once a week.

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