How To Use Rice Water For Beautiful Glowing Skin
Rice water is being used since long as an effective method due to its healing properties that improve circulation, help in removal of age spots and maintain a healthy, clear and moisturised skin.
Rice is rich in ferulic acid and allantoinin along with protein, vitamins and minerals which have antioxidant and anti inflammatory properties.
You can even use fermented rice water to increase its benefits.
It is cheap, effective and a solution to many skin issues.
How to make rice water
- 1/2 cup rice that is uncooked (any type)
- 2 cups of water
Wash the rice with a cup of water to remove any impurities and then use another cup of water to soak the rice for about an hour.
You can check if the water is ready by swirling around to see when it gets cloudy.
You can now strain this rice water and use it as a part of your beauty regime.
To enhance its benefits you can ferment this water by keeping it at room temperature till it turns slightly sour. Keeping the water in the rice helps to ferment faster.
If you are making rice, you can even use the water left over cooking rice as your rice water for skin.
You can refrigerate your rice water for 4-5 days.
How to use rice water
- As a cleanser: Simply use a bit of waste and in massaging motions apply to your skin, massaging for a couple of minutes and then wash off.
- As a toner: Apply a thin layer after cleansing with a cotton ball/pad to minimize pores and tighten your skin.
Rice water can be used on all skin types. With use it also helps to treat acne marks and hyper pigmentation.It also helps to lighten skin and give healthy glow to your skin.
Do you use rice water in your skin care routine?
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