One TikToker shared that while working at a sushi restaurant, she discovered rice water can help get “soft and supple” skin.
A good skin care routine can help you look and feel your best with thousands of products for every possible concern. From acne to sunscreen to anti-aging, proper skin care can help you avoid many problems.
However, these products can cost a lot. Advanced Dermatology estimates that Americans spend about $722 on their appearance each year.
Now, one TikToker has found a cheaper solution that can be found in most kitchen cabinets. All you need is some rice and water to get started.
Jazmyn, who goes by the nickname ‘jazmynjenningss’ on TikTok, accidentally learned about the skin care properties of rice water while working at a sushi restaurant. Having to regularly wash up to 9 “big buckets of rice” per shift, Jazmyn was surprised when her sister mentioned how soft her hands had become.
“Oh my God, it’s from rice,” Jazmyn said, recounting her realization. “From washing rice every day, my skin has become really soft and supple, and the color has changed a little bit – it has become brighter.”
Jazmyn recommends that anyone who wants to make their skin “brighter and softer” should try using rice water. She further explains in the comments that she keeps it in a container and uses it daily as a mouthwash.
And it turns out that using rice water for skin care is not a new discovery, as it has been used in many Asian cultures for centuries. In fact, its earliest use dates back to Japan, more than 1,000 years ago.
The reason rice water can be so beneficial is because it is extremely rich in nutrients, such as fiber, magnesium and manganese. It also contains vitamins B1, C and E, which provide natural skin cleansers that can reduce signs of aging and the appearance of pores.
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