Have you recently discovered a rice water rinse for your water wave hair, which is an excellent DIY protein, strengthening, and healing treatment? Rice water rinses are not a new Tik Tok trend; it was used for thousands of years in China and Japan. Rice water is surprisingly good for hair, including water wave hair, because it contains many vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and amino acids – the building blocks of protein. This blog is for those who are having hair growth problems, protein moisture balance, or limp, lifeless curls that don’t last through washday. Here’s an article about using rice water to treat water wave hair. Go through and apply it in practical.
The Benefits Of Rice Water
There are so many benefits to using rice water on your hair that it’s difficult to see why you wouldn’t. Here are some remarkable benefits of using rice water on hair, but long-term results require time, patience, and consistency. To get the most out of rice water, you must use it consistently (weekly) for at least 4-6 weeks, sometimes longer.
- It increases the elasticity and bounce of the hair.
- Strengthening and thickening the hair adds volume, softness, curl definition, and luster.
- It Reduces and smoothen the hair’s cuticle.
- Encourages and hastens hair growth.
- Hard water buildup is removed.
- Hair loss has been reduced.
- Relieves dry, irritated, itchy, and flaky scalp skin.
- It penetrates the hair shaft and heals it from the inside out.
Use Rice Water To Rinse Your Hair
Most people use a rice water rinse, rinsing their hair with creamy, hazy rice water. Fermented rice water is stronger, and two bowls are commonly used. One for pouring rice water on your hair and the other for catching the rice water so you can repeat as needed. If you go this route, use a good conditioner afterward.
If you leave the rinse in your hair for more than 30 minutes before rinsing it out, use a deep conditioner for at least 20-30 minutes. Rice water can be prepared in three ways: boil, soak, and ferment. Fermenting may have unintended consequences due to the possibility of microorganisms. It is, however, intended to be the most powerful of the three methods, resulting in the most dramatic or obvious changes. Avoid using a deep conditioner on your hair if you ferment your rice.
How To Save And Keep Rice Water
The proportions listed below will make enough for one large modified rice water treatment suitable for thick or long hair. You may need two treatments if your hair is short-medium or fine. You can keep it in the fridge in an airtight jar for up to a week, with or without the deep conditioner. Do it in either this way: doubling the recipe and freezing it in an ice cube tray. Thaw two cubes the night before and combine with your favorite deep conditioner once defrosted! A brilliant time-saving solution for anyone who is extremely busy but wants all the benefits of rice water for hair growth, length, strength, shine, and scalp issues!
If you want your hair or Indian hair to have a natural sheen or protein, the rice water remedy works best, and you will understand why after reading this blog.