An Old Japanese recipe: Do this once a week and you will look 10 years younger! - RiseEarth

An Old Japanese recipe: Do this once a week and you will look 10 years younger!


Women from Japan are consider to be beautiful, youthful, and they owe it to the centuries-old secret – the benefits of rice.

Definitely, the secret of their beauty lies in this gift of nature!

Rice is extremely rich in linoleic acid and squalene, powerful antioxidants that stimulate the production of collagen, which greatly slows down the appearance of wrinkles.

Also, squalene from rice protects skin of the harmful effects of sun rays, and even rice is rich in vitamin E and gamma oriznolom, known for its ability to protect the heart and lowers cholesterol. Unfortunately, except for the Japanese, most people generally are not aware of these scientifically proven fact!


When it comes to skin rejuvenation, rice really works wonders, but it is best to prepare this simple mask and prove yourself!

This is an old Japanese recipe for a simple mask of rice, which will smooth your wrinkles and give you a perfect complexion!

Ingredients: 3 tablespoons of rice, 1 tablespoon of milk and 1 tablespoon of honey.

Preparation: Cook and drain the rice and keep water in which was cooked. Put a tablespoon of warm milk into the dish with the rice, and add a spoonful of honey and mix well.

Always apply the mask on clean, dry skin and allow it to dry itself on your face. Then clean the face and rinse it with water in which you cooked the rice.

Rice water has strong antioxidant properties. It hydrates the skin and stimulates blood circulation, helps in removing wrinkles and reduces inflammation. This mask will make your skin healthy and hydrated.

For best results, repeat this treatment at least once a week.

You’ll be amazed of the looks of your complexion in the mirror – you will look 10 years younger after only a few applications!

Source: cuisineandhealth


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1 comments:

  1. so many bull shit recepies on the net.... oh may god bless the naive with some brain too

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