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Dr oz had a nice exfoliate i had used,  no longer can find it ,can you just buy a bag of rice bran and use that ,or would it not be the same? Not interested in tatcha, too expensive.

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I was thinking about trying this one from Amazon. It's a rice bran enzyme powder and has many good reviews. I've seen it sold there for many years. Just haven't tried it yet.

 

Korean Beauty (SRB) Rice Bran Enzyme Powder - $25

Item number  B01DZDIJSS

 

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Rice bran by itself has no enzymes. So to answer your question, no.

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@SilleeMee wrote:

I was thinking about trying this one from Amazon. It's a rice bran enzyme powder and has many good reviews. I've seen it sold there for many years. Just haven't tried it yet.

 

Korean Beauty (SRB) Rice Bran Enzyme Powder - $25

Item number  B01DZDIJSS

 

510CV6PgeoL._AC_UL320_.jpg

 

Rice bran by itself has no enzymes. So to answer your question, no.


this is great  I bought it,  

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Ops, I thought it was better eat it.  Nice fiber.

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@jackthebear wrote:

@SilleeMee wrote:

I was thinking about trying this one from Amazon. It's a rice bran enzyme powder and has many good reviews. I've seen it sold there for many years. Just haven't tried it yet.

 

Korean Beauty (SRB) Rice Bran Enzyme Powder - $25

Item number  B01DZDIJSS

 

510CV6PgeoL._AC_UL320_.jpg

 

Rice bran by itself has no enzymes. So to answer your question, no.


this is great  I bought it,  


 

 

 

@jackthebear

Are you using it now? What makes it different from a regular cleanser? 

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@SilleeMee wrote:

I was thinking about trying this one from Amazon. It's a rice bran enzyme powder and has many good reviews. I've seen it sold there for many years. Just haven't tried it yet.

 

Korean Beauty (SRB) Rice Bran Enzyme Powder - $25

Item number  B01DZDIJSS

 

510CV6PgeoL._AC_UL320_.jpg

 

Rice bran by itself has no enzymes. So to answer your question, no.


@SilleeMeeI've purchased this a few times.  I mix it in with my cleanser.

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I saw that product on amazon, may try it.

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@JeanLouiseFinch

Do you mix it with your cleanser everyday? 

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I use plain rice bran powder as a mild exfoliant.  It is gentle enough to use every day.  I usually mix it with Rosewater but plain water works too.

 

It can be used as a mask too.

 

 

 

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@SilleeMee wrote:

@JeanLouiseFinch

Do you mix it with your cleanser everyday? 


@SilleeMee- No, not everyday.  Usually every other day unless I forget.  I have other exfoliating products (Skinn DermAppeal, Skinn ABC Peels) that I'll swap here and there or do as a special treatment on the weekend from time to time. 

The rice bran stuff needs to be in a cleanser, though, or it's just grainy stuff on your face and won't move around well.  It has nothing in it to suds up or slide around your face. JMO