Are you familiar with the fact that rice is quite common in Japanese beauty recipes and it has been used as a cosmetic healing agent for centuries? It is rich in B vitamins, which enhances the supply of blood to the skin, stimulates cell growth and repair and slows premature aging – all you need for a healthy skin complexion.
Learn the beauty secrets of Japanese women and know how to prevent premature aging of the skin.
To prevent premature skin aging and keeping the skin in perfect condition, Japanese women use this mask based on rice.
This therapeutic facial mask will soon become your favorite, because after you apply it, your skin will become velvety, radiant, soft and light. Use high – quality ingredients like rice, milk and honey.
Japanese Rice – Based Mask
- Cook 2 – 3 tablespoons of raw rice until it softens (put the raw rice in cold water, and gradually heat up until it softens). After boiling it, strain the rice and put the rice water in a separate bowl.
- Rinse your rice and add a tablespoon of warm milk and stir until it is well combined. While stirring add a tablespoon of honey.
- Clean your face thoroughly before applying a generous amount of the mask on your face. Gently remove the mask after ½ an hour and rinse with rice water.
Even more, rice water is packed with antioxidants and has the ability to absorb ultraviolet rays, and is a great skin moisturizer. It is also able to attach with copper, slow down the formation of melanin, and thus prevent the creation of the pigment stains and brighten the already existing ones.
Don’t keep the rice water in the fridge for more than 4 days. Use it twice a day, early in the morning and in the evening before going to bed, as a face lotion. Put it in ice molds and freeze them and use it for skin icing treatments or facial massages.
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