The best way to make and use Yao Women RICE WATER for extreme hair growth
Fermented Rice Water penetrates, moisturizes, softens and strengthens the hair while protecting your hair from harmful styling heat and UV damage as it gives you smooth tresses. In this article we explain how to make fermented rice water the right way and also use it the best ways for healthy longer and stronger hair.
RICE WATER HAIR BENEFITS
Rice water works amazing well on your hair to nourish and improve the quality of your hair. It helps to give strong, lustrous hair and keep it healthy. It aids in moisturizing the scalp and helps condition the roots. Fermented rice water contains essential vitamins and nutrient that helps strengthen roots, boost hydration to make hair softer and stronger.
The right way to make rice water
Take 1/4 cup of rice ( I use basmati rice as it has a nice aroma to it so my rice water doesn’t smell bad, You can use jasmine or any other rice of your choice)
Add 2 cups of water to a jar and add 1/4 cup of rice to it. Close the lid of the jar and shake it well to release all the nutrients into the water. Let the rice sit in the water for 3-4 hours. After 4 hours, strain the rice from the water, you dont need the rice anymore.
You can use the rice in your cooking or make a hair growth conditioner that will add shine and smoothness to your hair.
After you strained the rice, let the rice water sit in the jar to ferment for 12 hours or 48 hours, I leave it on overnight for 12 hours. In the morning, your fermented rice water will be ready to use.
How to use rice water??
Take a spray bottle, add 1 Tbsp of castor oil, or any other hair oil of your choice ( You can mix in few drops of essential oil of your choice to the oil if you don’t like the smell of fermented rice water). Fill the rest of the spray bottle with 1/2 cup of rice water. Shake well and spray the rice water for 30 mins before hair wash or leave it on overnight for best results and rinse it off with plain water in the morning. READ MORE – HAIR GROWTH POWDER RECIPE