Fermented Rice Water Rinse To Nourish Natural Hair

Fermented Rice Water Rinse To Nourish Natural Hair

Rice has been used for hundred of years to grow long, healthy, beautiful hair so I decided to give it a try. Rice water can be prepared in a few different ways, so I decided to ferment my water. The process altogether takes three days, two days to ferment the water and wash day is the third day.

What You Will Need:

Organic Rice
Water
Peppermint Essential Oil
Plastic hair shower cap
Natural Shampoo & Conditioner (I use my DIY shampoo and Trader Joe’s tea tree Conditioner)

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