Japanese women have always been considered beautiful and youthful, and that is all due to the secret that is old for centuries- the rice.
Rich in linoleic acid, squalene, and vitamin E, rice is helpful in increasing the production of collagen maintaining skin elasticity.
When it comes to skin rejuvenation, rice really does miracles, but it is best to prepare this simple mask and see for yourself!
This old Japanese recipe for a simple rice mask will smooth your wrinkles and give you a perfect complexion!
What you need:
- 3 tablespoons rice
- 1 tablespoon milk
- 1 tablespoon honey
- Boil and strain the rice (keep the water in which you boiled it)
- Add the warm milk and a spoonful of honey.
- Apply the mask on a clean and dry skin. Leave it to dry.
- Rinse it with the rice water in which you cooked the rice.
Rice water has strong antioxidant properties. It hydrates the skin and stimulates blood circulation, helps in removing wrinkles and reduces inflammation.
This mask will make your skin healthy and hydrated.
For best results, repeat this treatment at least once a week.
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