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Benefits of Jojoba Oil

Jojoba oil is an oil-like wax that is derived from the seeds of Simmondsa Chinensis (jojoba) plant. It is a shrub native to the southwestern United States, and it grows in the desert regions of Arizona, southern California and Mexico.

Rich in Vitamins A, D, E, fatty acids and antioxidants, jojoba oil is a wax ester with properties exceptionally similar to our skin's own sebum. Jojoba oil can be used on any skin types – from dry to acne prone.

Moisturizes Dry Skin
Jojoba oil is such an impressive moisturizer due to its ability to mimic our skin's natural oils. It helps the skin to retain moisture and to heal itself.

Relieve Skin Conditions
Jojoba oil has shown to help sooth eczema and aid in calming inflamed skin via its anti-inflammatory effects.

Apply quarter sized amount onto affected areas to soothe and treat inflammation.

Softens Rough Cuticles
Filled with tons of fatty acids, jojoba oil can soften the skin around your nails by itself. The antifungal and antibacterial properties provide extra protection against infections.

Apply a small drop of oil to each cuticle and massage in. Massage any excess oil into back of hand and arms to keep hydrated and smooth hands.

Nourishes Dry Lips
Jojoba oil can soothe dry, chapped lips whether infused within a lip balm or used alone due to its nourishing vitamin and minerals. It is highly absorbent and does not leave a greasy residue on your lips.

Boost Skin's Glow
Dullness of skin is most often a result of dehydration in skin. Jojoba oil helps to reduce skin dullness and allow your skin to glow.

Moisturizes Hair
The vitamins, fatty acids and nutrients of jojoba oil works well for dry strands. Smooth few drops of oil onto hair ends to nourish hair strands and smooth split ends.

Jojoba oil has not known to cause irritation to users when used topically, however a patch test is still recommended before use.

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