Do This at Least Once a Week and Your Face Will Look 10 Years Younger!
Undoubtedly, Japanese women are ones of the most beautiful and young- looking women in the world. It seems that their porcelain-like faces simply do not have a flaw!
Their faces hide no wrinkles due to age or worries, as they have some miraculous elixir that helps them stay young forever. In their case, regarding the condition of their face or complexion, we can freely say that 50 is the new 30.
The youthful, luminous, radiant and healthy Asian skin is not due to some youth “beauty gene.”Asian women do have a secret that preserves the vitality and beauty of their skin.
Fortunately, their secret has been revealed, and you will finally have the same ally in the fight against aging and wrinkles! What’s more, you will no need to waste any money on expensive beauty salon treatments, as the main ingredient in your natural treatment is rice!
Namely, Geisha traditionally used rice bran as a way to soften their skin and hair. They bathed their hair in the rice water left after cooking it.
However, the power in rice actually results from its potent nutrients and numerous skin- protecting properties. Rice is a strong antioxidant and natural emollient, which prevents UV damage. Moreover, it nourishes the skin and reduces wrinkles.
This is how to use rice in order to rejuvenate your skin:
Rice – 2 to 3 tablespoons
Honey – 1 tablespoons
Milk – 1 tablespoon
Method of preparation:
In a pot with cold w3ater, put the rice and cook it over medium heat. When the rice is well boiled, remove it from the heat and strain, but do not throw the rice water away.
Wash the cooked rice in cold water. Then, mix it with some warm milk, stir well and add a tablespoon of honey. Stir again and your facial mask is ready. Apply it on the face and leave it for 30-60 minutes. Afterward, rinse it off with the rice water.
Furthermore, you can keep the rice water in the fridge for up to four days. You can freeze it into ice molds and use the ice cubes to massage your face, or use it in the morning and the evening as a facial toner.