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Fermented Rice water with PHA(exfoliating), Keratin, Biotin, Coconut water Simple but effective for hair and scalp

Fermented Rice water with PHA(exfoliating), Keratin, Biotin, Coconut water Simple but effective for hair and scalp

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This is updated, new version of Real authentic Fermented Rice water for Scalp and Hair 5oz, 15oz

In order to make a Real Fermented Rice water, it takes at least 12 hours. I do not use only rice starch water. It is tradtional Korean way to make the rice water more nutritious and effective.

Fermented rice, barley, ginger water, Coconut water, Gluconolactone(PHA), Keratin protein, Biotin, Guarana(caffeine), liquid germall plus

How to use (Leave in conditioner)
After shampoo and tower dry, spray this fermented rice water on your damped scalp and hair. Massage scalp lightly with your fingertips not nails. Dry and style as usual.

People who use keratin on their hair report that their hair is smoother and easier to manage as a result. The effects vary greatly depending on whether your hair is healthy to begin with, what the natural thickness of your hair is, and what kind of keratin treatment you use. Keratin works by smoothing down the cells that overlap to form your hair strands. The layers of cells, called the hair cuticle, theoretically absorb the keratin, resulting in hair that looks full and glossy. Keratin also claims to make curly hair less frizzy, easier to style, and straighter in appearance.

Biotin is well known for its positive effects on hair. Research shows that biotin improves hair health — including shine, volume, and scalp coverage in women who experience thinning hair.,women%20who%20experience%20thinning%20hair.&text=Research%20also%20shows%20that%20biotin,hydration%2C%20smoothness%2C%20and%20appearance.

Gluconolactone is a humectant – attracting water and therefore helping hydrate, soothe and soften the hair and scalp. What's more, it also helps form a barrier on skin, preventing moisture already present in the tissue from evaporating. It also helps lightly exfoliating and preventing breakouts on scalp.

Coconut water
Hydrates the hair and allows volume: Coconut water works to hydrate your hair, without the weight found in coconut oil. Dr. Williams explains that coconut water can penetrate deep into the hair shaft making it a great source of hydration for the hair. While it does not have the same emollient properties as coconut oil, its lightweight nature allows for hydration and volume.

Nourishes the scalp: Coconut water is rich in certain vitamins and minerals and is a natural anti-inflammatory agent, Dr. Nazarian shares. She adds that many people find it to be calming to an itchy scalp. Dr. Williams echoes this sentiment, stating that it is an excellent source of vitamins and minerals beneficial for hair and scalp.

Prevents dandruff: Coconut water works to provide moisture to scalps that flake due to dryness. It also can aid in the treatment and prevention of dandruff due to inflammation or bacteria. Dr. Williams shares that coconut water is beneficial for flaky scalps.

Sleeks and smooths hair: While there are many factors that contribute to frizzy hair, one of the leading causes is dryness. Dr. Williams explains that "[coconut water] has hydrating benefits for the hair, helping it to stay moisturized and manageable". Hydrated hair appears and feels softer and shinier.

Strengthens hair strands: Dry hair is brittle hair. Brittle hair is more prone to breakage and shedding, two factors that contribute to thinning hair. By providing moisture to the hair and scalp, coconut water can improve the elasticity of your strands and prevent breakage.

Can promote new growth: Dr. Williams explained that "the hydrating properties combined with the vitamins and cytokinin (a protein found in coconut water) promote hair growth and keep the hair and scalp moisturized." However, Dr. Nazarian does caution that there is not enough evidence to suggest that applying coconut water to the scalp or hair can impact regrowth or loss. She explains that it "may offer a calming effect, which may subtly improve itch or flaking, but its ability to impact growth has not been supported by any trials."


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