Rice Water For Beautiful Skin and Hair

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Rice water has been used for centuries by women in Asia for beautiful skin and hair. It is an excellent skin toner and hair wash. Rice contains ‘ pitera’ along with many vitamins and minerals. Pitera is beneficial for revitalizing skin’s natural glow and gives you clear skin. It is used in many expensive skin care products which claim to make your skin crystal clear. rice

To make rice water you’ll need:

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  • Half cup organic rice
  • Water
  • Glass jar with lid

Take half cup of organic rice and fill it with water so the rice is covered. Use only organic rice because it is free from pesticide or fertilizer. Let the rice soak for a few minutes until the water turns cloudy. If you think rice is not clean, you can keep the water after second wash. This is your rice toner and you can use it just like any other toner. Pour this water into a glass jar, store it in the refrigerator and it will last for 4-5 days.

Clean your face then soak a cotton pad in rice water and apply it on your face. This will help to tighten pores and bring glow. The same rice water is considered to be an excellent hair conditioner. After shampooing, rinse your hair with rice water and leave it on for a few minutes then wash it.

Also, drinking rice water is beneficial for health. It provides energy due to  high concentration of carbohydrates. Carbohydrate powers the body and helps to keep us moving. It also contains eight essential amino acids. Different types of rice contains different vitamins and nutrients so you should try which one works best for you.

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  2. Ips at 2:06 am

    Hi whatever benefits you wrote about using rice water is correct but the rice water is not exactly what you meant. We cook our rice putting lot of water and once the rice is fully cooked the water is drained by tightly placing a lid on the vessel. This drained water is what we use.

    • Alema at 10:10 pm

      In bengali, the water from the cooked rice is called maar. People in South Asia, use it to make clothes crispy. The thick water is also good for health. So many drink it:)

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  4. geeta lads at 4:08 pm

    I hv lot of problems yarrr I dnt no wht to do bt I ill try,aft my married my face hs became vry bad n + hair fall also CN any one help me out

  5. Temmy at 8:41 am

    The unpolished rice is way more health, but polished rice is mostly available. And since its rice free from fertiliser and pesticide how can we get this? Can I try with basmatti rice? Even the unpolished are been grown with fertiliser, great piece.

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