Traditionally, wild rice has maintained a self-sufficient rich nature. Many species native to Korea have withstood the test of time, growing stronger in nature. But with the introduction of chemicals and pesticides in modern agriculture, these species and harvesting techniques have all disappeared.
Before 1910, more than 1,500 traditional rice varieties were grown and cultivated on the Korean peninsula. Unlike the standardized white rice commonly circulated today, these ancient varieties have their own characteristics.
Through extensive research and testing on farms and laboratories, House of Dowha has blended nine of the best wild rice varieties for our special skin care ingredients.