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Happy new year ! I wish you all a lot of beauty gifts and cosmetic discoveries for this new year! To celebrate the new year, I propose a small time-travel into ancient Korea and its beauty secrets!
Last year, I came back from a trip to Japan with an embarrassing number of duty-free beauty products stashed into my carry on, and I realized that the majority of them had one thing in common: They were made with rice water. All it took was a few skin-care sessions for me to fall completely in love with the ingredient—it made my complexion feel clean, smooth, and ultra-hydrated, and quickly became a permanent fixture in my routine. Rice water has been a staple in Japanese and Korean beauty for centuries for exactly these reasons, and this side of the world myself included has recently started to catch on to just how wonderful it truly is.
Beauty aficionados often spend hundreds on lotions and potions to make themselves look younger. But luckily China seems to have unlocked the secrets to skincare and youthful looking skin - and most of their tricks don't break the bank. China seems to have unlocked the secret to skincare and youthful looking skin. Mung beans for acne and skincare.
Confession: Reddit is probably my biggest addiction as of late. Take Asian Beauty Reddit for example. Washing your face with rice-infused water might sound a little odd, but K-beauty guru Alicia Yoon states that rice is a big beauty ingredient in Korean beauty culture, especially since it brings both brightening and anti-inflammatory benefits to your complexion.
Read this in: German. Surely you also know many who spend tons of money for Korean Beauty and the latest beauty trends from Asia, but have you ever thought of rice water? Yes, exactly, rice water, the water left over from creeps.
We all know rice has been a staple in the diets of East Asian cultures for centuries. However, for almost as long, rice water and bran have also served a role in cosmetic hair and skin treatments. Read below to discover the history and benefits of this superstar skin and hair care ingredient.
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Specifically, this was a conversation about whether or not you should rinse your rice before cooking it. It just never seemed necessary! I have the distinct honor and horror of being in New York City this week.
The product forms a protective barrier over the skin to prevent water loss, eliminate dead skin cells and provide luster and moisturization to rebalance dry and tired skin. Rice extract, Methylpropanediol, Triethylhexanoin, Hydrogenated poly C olefinNiacinamide, Pentylene glycol, Common Purslane extract, Rice bran extract, Japanese elm bark extract, Amaranthus caudatus seed extract, Hydrogenated lecithin, Distilled water, Polyglycerylmyristate, Butylene glycol, Adenosine, Cellulose gum, Ethylhexylglycerin, 1,2-Hexanediol. Your purchases will be shipped within business days after confirmation of payment. After shipping, your tracking number will be sent and updated this process takes up to 1 business days.