Rice Flour Mask

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Topics: Rice, Flour, Scar, Tea, Cosmetics
RICE FLOUR MASK

Michelle Morales

Introduction: Rice powder or flour is a widely known ingredient to treat blemishes, wrinkles and pigmentation. In fact, this ingredient has been used as an anti-aging skin treatment in many Asian countries for centuries. The Geishas in Japan, for example, use rice powder in their beauty routine and despite their heavy makeup, their skin remain porcelain smooth…

I. Problem:

Most People have acne problems or break outs, they also leave marks on the face which others find irritating. And some experience excessive oiliness of the face…
Since some of us tend to be impatient, we treat them with creams or any other cosmetic products... But people with a sensitive skin can’t do that since it irritates their skin even more. Plus, some face products can cost a lot. So we, the researchers decided to come up with a homemade remedy for the skin...

II. Rationale:

1. How we did you arrive at that kind of problem?

We arrived at that kind of problem since some of the people around us always complain about their acne break outs. They also find it annoying. We decided to find alternatives for face creams. Lastly, we want to create something that anybody can afford or do…

2. Why do you like to investigate that kind of problem where in fact are hundreds of problems out there?

We find the problem interesting so we decided to investigate it. Another is that, a lot of people can relate to the problem that we chose. Even us, we feel that we should start creating something that is healthier for the face or skin….

III. Materials:

What are the things that you need in solving your problem? Are you going to buy them or just borrow?

Some of the materials are bought and some of them can be found at home...

Ingredient:

• Rice Flour (Malagkit)
• Rice Water
• Honey
• Green Tea (Optional)

Materials/Other Equipments:

• Bowl
• Spoon
•Jar

IV. Procedure:

How to Create the Rice Mask:

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