Rice water is the starchy water left over after rice is cooked or left to soak. It is thought to make the hair smooth and shiny, as well as help it grow faster.
Rice water may increase the shine of hair, make it stronger, and detangle it.
Rice grains contain 75–80 percent starch.
Rice water is the starchy water that remains after soaking or cooking rice.
Rice water is thought to contain many of the vitamins and minerals contained in rice. These include:
Rice, Honey powder, Cinnamon, Marshmallow root, Burdock root, Black cumin, Orange, Peppermint, Cloves
For the regular rinse:
Combine 2 tablespoons of rice and to approximately 1 - 1.5 cups of water.
You will need to let set at room temp for 1 hour.
Then you will need to shake it up then strain and use.
For a fermentated rinse:
After you mix the ingredients as listed above you need to let set for 1 - 2 days at room temp.
Then you will strain and use.
Both of the methods are to be used after shampooing and conditioning the hair.
Use liberally on your hair and let set for approximately 30-45 minutes.
A plastic cap can be used for deeper penetration.
Rinse throughly and then style as usual.
Put the remaining rinse in the Refrigerator to keep it from spoiling and smelling.
Generally it keeps for up to 3 weeks.
Use as desired but its recommended to use 1 to 2 times per month. Comes in a 3.5 oz package
*As with anything new please try a small amount to make sure you are not sensitive to any of the natural herbs. If sensitivity occurs discontinue use.
* Not intended to diagnose treat or cure any disease.
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