Why Rice Water Can Be a Lifesaver for Damaged Hair, and How to Use It Correctly

Asian cultures have long been reaping the benefits of rice and even consider it to be a symbol of “women and fertility.” But its powers go beyond nutrition. For example, researchers discovered that women in Asia have been using rice water to grow long and healthy hair for centuries. And even though Western women are a bit late to the party, they’re now also enjoying the transformative magic rice has on their hair (and other things too, but more on that later).

We at zgrnews are more than intrigued with this hair treatment and are rushing to share the promising healing power of rice water with all of you. Stick around for the bonus section to find out how you can use leftover rice water for your face and even your plants.

Benefits of using rice water on your hair

Why Rice Water Can Be a Lifesaver for Damaged Hair, and How to Use It Correctly

Rice water is full of antioxidants, minerals, vitamins B and E, and amino acids, all of which, together, sound like a divine combination for maintaining our beauty. Here’s how this mixture can improve your hair:

  • Increases elasticity
  • Boosts shine
  • Smoothes out tangled hair
  • Promotes hair growth
  • Improves overall strength

The only thing we’re confused about is why we haven’t been doing the rinse all this time! Many women have tried rice water on their hair, and some results are obvious, even after the first use.

Why Rice Water Can Be a Lifesaver for Damaged Hair, and How to Use It Correctly
Why Rice Water Can Be a Lifesaver for Damaged Hair, and How to Use It Correctly
Why Rice Water Can Be a Lifesaver for Damaged Hair, and How to Use It Correctly
Why Rice Water Can Be a Lifesaver for Damaged Hair, and How to Use It Correctly

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