Japanese Anti-Aging Treatment


Rice is a cosmetic ingredient with miraculous properties. The face shield is a trick rice calling Japanese women, which, as we all know, have a skin like porcelain, without imperfections. Many housewives or followers of a healthy lifestyle have replaced much of the brown or white rice have even completely eliminated from the diet because it is rich in carbohydrates unhealthy. Rice is a rich source of vitamins, such as B6, E, K, having also proteins that help to revive tired skin.

If there’s one thing the Japanese are very good at, it’s keeping their skin looking young and firm. With so many products on the market, and different DIY anti-aging masks, it’s hard to know which mask will work for you. But this Japanese anti-aging treatment has been used for thousands of years by Japanese women, and the results are seriously awesome! Use this mask as often as you’d like, two or three times a week, and within a month you’ll notice a big difference.

Japanese Anti-Aging Treatment

The reason that this treatment works SO well is because of its amazing ingredients: rice, milk, and honey. Rich in vitamins B, they stimulate cell regeneration and slows the aging process.

You’ll Need:

  • 2-3 tbsp cooked rice
  • 1 tbsp warm milk
  • 1 tbsp honey

The Drill:

  1. Start by boiling your rice. Once cooked, make sure you preserve the water!
  2. In a bowl, mix your rice with 1 tbsp warm milk, and add the honey.
  3. Apply all over your face and neck and leave on for 30 minutes.
  4. Rinse your face with the rice water.

Pro Tip:

If you have leftover rice water, or you decide to make more, you can keep the water in the fridge for up to 4 days and use it as a toner.

Even better, freeze the rice water in an ice cube try, and rub over your face to tone, depuff, and get younger looking skin!


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