Fermented rice water helps to fade hyperpigmentation and brighten the complexion. It works great on women with black and brown skin and all skin types.
Whilst we are home, chilling or practicing self care, we can treat our skin to this Asian beauty staple.
Fermented Rice water is such a major skin care trend right now, and we understand why. It is loaded with antioxidants including vitamins B and E, and pitera, which promotes cell growth, stimulates blood flow and keeps the skin smooth, youthful and bright.
Plenty of people claim that applying rice water on their skin, helps to soothe the skin, brighten up hyperpigmentation caused by skin conditions like eczema or acne and help it heal.
How to make rice water
It is the starch water left over after rice is left to soak or after cooking. This can be stored in the fridge for up to a week.
3 ways you can use rice water
#1. As a toner and cleanser
Put a small amount of rice water on a cotton pad and gently smooth over your face and neck as a toner. To clean with it, massage it into the dark marks on your skin. Rinse if desired.
#2. As a face mask
Soak a thick sheet of tissue paper in Fermented rice water and apply to face for 20 minutes before rinsing off.
#3. As a Bath soak
For dark marks on the body, grate up a little natural Aloe and cucumber bar soap and add it, along with some crystyal bath salt, to the rice water for a soothing and healing bath soak.
Hope you enjoy using these tips, share your story with us on how using rice water worked for you.