Like all vegetable milk, rice milk is hydrating and soothing for the skin.
A staple grain of half the world, rice has developed from wild grasses found in Asia and is now widely cultivated throughout the world in areas with warm climates and abundant water.
Rice is covered in an inedible husk, which has to be removed before eating. Beneath this is another layer, the bran, which contains 10% of the protein, 85% of the fat, 70% of the minerals, and a large amount of the B vitamins. This layer is left on for whole grain (brown) rice, while for processed (white) rice it is removed; this allows the rice to cook faster.