Do This at Least Once a Week For The Surprising Anti-Aging Effects On Your Skin

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The Japanese are always full of wisdom in promoting health remedies and skin beauty is no exception.
Do This at Least Once a Week and Your Face Will be 10 Years Younger!

For this amazing Japanese remedy that many claim makes your face look 10 years younger, you’ll need rice, milk and honey. The mask helps change the texture and clarity of the skin making the skin smooth and removing dark spots. Rice is the primary ingredient and its consumption is also recommended.

Rice is a rich wellspring of linoleic acids and squalene, with intense cell reinforcements that advance the creation of collagen in the skin. It is a substance that keeps skin from wrinkling. What’s more, squalene shields the skin harmful UV rays. Huge measures of vitamin E and gamma oryznol are also present in rice, which ensures heart wellbeing and brings down cholesterol.

The Japanese have long known these amazing properties in rice and have extensive empirical evidence of their benefits.

Here is a recipe for making a rice mask which when used frequently can help reduce wrinkles and give your skin a more youthful appearance.

To prepare the mask, you will need:

– 1 tbsp. milk

– 1 tbsp. of honey

– 3 tbsp. rice

First boil the rice, strain and then save the water which you’ll use later. In the strained rice add the milk, mix well and then add the honey and mix again. This is the mask

Wash your face and let it dry, then spread the mask on your face. After 15-30 minutes take the mask off and wash your face with the water left from the boiling of rice.

Rice water has cell antioxidant and recuperating properties that saturate the skin, enhance circulation and ease inflammation. Additionally, it offers you a gentle UV protection.

Apply this mask once per week or more to nourish your skin and in time you will have a more youthful appearance.

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