With a molecular structure that closely resembles our skin’s natural sebum, Jojoba penetrates the skin well as a moisturizer and offers a pleasant texture for massage. Jojoba wax contains myristic acid, an anti-inflammatory agent, making it an excellent carrier for all muscle, tendon and ligament injury blends. Jojoba’s resistance to oxidation means it does not go rancid and has no expiration date; it lasts indefinitely. Cold-pressed from the seeds, jojoba has very little aroma.
Plant Parts: Seeds
Botanical Family: Simmondsiaceae
Country of Origin: USA
Method of Extraction: Cold Pressed
Cultivation Method: Certified Organic
Aroma: Slightly nutty
Approx. Shelf Life: Indifinite
Jojoba oil contains beneficial ingredients, including vitamin E, vitamin B complex, silicon, chromium, copper and zinc. It has a very high percentage of iodine at 82 percent, which gives jojoba oil its power to heal. It contains three fatty acids: erucic(13.6 percent), gadoleic (71.3 percent) and oleic (11.2 percent).
You can rub a few drops of Jojoba oil between your palms and apply it on the face and other exposed parts whenever you venture out and after washing your face every time. For a deeper moisturizing effect, warm up a spoonful of Jojoba oil and massage it in after washing the face at bedtime and leave it on overnight. Pure Jojoba oil is fully absorbed into the skin, leaving it feeling soft and smooth. Jojoba can be used for dry hair; apply a small amount to the ends of your hair.
Dry Skin Oil
2 oz Jojoba
10 drops Lavender angustifolia essential oil
5 drops Patchouli essential oil
5 drops orange essential oil
Blend all ingredints in a 2 oz pump bottle and use as a massage oil.
Test a small amount on skin for allergic reaction. Keep out of reach of children.