Rice Water? Can It Boost Hair Growth?

Can rice wattle boost hair growth?

Hair loss is a common problem that many men and women face at all ages of life. Whether it’s male pattern baldness or alopecia, nobody wants to experience hair loss in any form, so how can you help to boost hair growth to ensure your hair remains healthy and continues to grow? Rice water might be just the answer you’ve been searching for.

What Is Rice Water?

Rice water is the latest in DIY hair care that is currently shocking many around the world. Although a staple to many diets and food dishes, rice is now being used to boost hair growth. Rice is soaked or boiled in water to help extract nutrients from the rice, leaving a milky-coloured liquid. This can deliver luscious, soft and shiny hair with as little as one use.

Rice water is said to contain many nutrients. The rice is packed with antioxidants which are believed to help cleanse the scalp.

Although this recent trend has taken the internet by storm, rice water has been used in Asian communities for centuries. It might just be the solution worth trying if you are eager to boost your hair growth or suffer from hair problems.

How Can I Make Rice Water For My Hair?

Fortunately, rice water is relatively cheap and easy to make provided you have access to both rice and water.

Firstly, you will want to rinse and clean your rice to get rid of any impurities. Add equal parts uncooked rice to equal parts water. You can use cold water or boiling water. Once you have mixed your rice water, leave it to cool off if you have boiled it. Then, let the rice water ferment for around 24 hours.

Once you have fermented your rice water, you can drain the rice and apply the water straight to your hair.

What Are The Benefits Of Rice Water For Your Hair?

Rice water can have many benefits for your hair. It is generally quite safe to use it 2-3 times per week if you wish. Some of the main benefits of using rice water for your hair include:

Full of vitamins – Rice water is filled with vitamins, including vitamins E and B, which can help to nourish hair and promote natural hair growth. It also helps to keep your hair looking shiny.

Rescue scalp inflammation – Rice water contains antioxidants that can help reduce inflammation in the scalp. It can also help to reduce dry skin and dandruff. 

Inositol – Inositol is a carbohydrate contained in rice, it aids in repairing damaged hair and has even been said to help boost and promote hair growth.

pH Balance – Rice water has a pH level which is relatively close to that of our hair. This helps to prevent any damage to our hair when rice water is used, in comparison to other treatments and remedies which may cause damage or breakage to our hair.

Have You Heard Of Scalp Micro Pigmentation?

If you’re searching for another hair loss solution. This may be the solution for you.

Scalp micro pigmentation might be the solution you need. SMP involves the use of microneedles which are used to tattoo pigmentation into the scalp which mimics hair follicles, providing the illusion of a closely shaven head.

It is a cosmetic procedure that can be carried out across the entire scalp or on certain areas to help combat hair loss or baldness and cover bald patches.

Skalp has clinics around the world. We have clinics in London, Manchester, Edinburgh, and Dublin as well as New York and Los Angeles.

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