The amazing rice water done better :).
Rice water is an essential part of skin and hair care. Rice water has been used for decades by Asian culture for the skin and hair. It actually originated in an ancient Chinese village, Huangluo. The Yao women from this village made it to the Guinness Book of Records for being the village with the longest hair. I’ve taken the rice used for plain rice water and added herbs and essential oils that are specific to hair growth and scalp nourishment. I added a twist :).
Yao women are pictured here with very long and healthy hair by using rice water to aid with maintaining their hair. Google rice water to learn more of this amazing untapped secret.
The rice water can be used several ways:
- as a detangler to loosen your tight, matted curls before washing
- as a leave in after conditioning your hair and before putting moisturizer
- you can pour it in your hair as a rinse
- can be used as a toner
Two ways this is sold:
- packets that are shipped with just the rice, herbs and essential oil blends and you add water or water with 1 tablespoon of Apple Cider Vinegar
- or ONLY if you live in Miami can you purchase the spray bottle to pick up in Miami Gardens or at the Yellow Green Farmers Market. Please allow 2-3 days after placing your order to be able to pick up the spray bottle already made. In the notes section please leave this message "spray bottle ordered will pick up on ..."
PLEASE NOTE: Rice Water should be kept in the fridge and used within 7-14 days. It will start to smell sour after a while. That’s why the spray bottle is only sold in Miami.
AGAIN: 8oz Spray Bottles can only be picked up. Can not be shipped. Must order by Wednesdays for the weekend pick up at the Yellow Green Farmers Market. If order is placed between Thursday -Saturday it will have to be picked up the following weekend or during the week in Miami Gardens. Please specify in the notes during check out if you would like to pick up at the Yellow Green Farmers Market on Saturday/Sunday or during the week in Miami Gardens.