Jojoba oil is actually not an oil but a liquid wax and is said to act as a natural anti-inflammatory which makes it a good choice for use in massage and for inflamed skin. Jojoba oil is the only oil that closely resembles human sebum – the oil your body secretes. It has a light moisturizing feel and penetrates the skin rapidly to nourish it. It gets in the pore, mixes with the hardened sebum plug, dissolves it, and unclogs the pore, and restore the natural pH balance. Jojoba has regenerative Claus for both skin and hair because of its ability to balance oil production. Many people often experience that things seem to get worse when they start using jojoba oil – there is a purging period where they break out in tiny whiteheads and small pimples and will end in a few weeks. Jojoba oil has antioxidant properties and can keep other oils from going rancid.
- Medium viscosity, easily absorbed, non-greasy, non-tacky.
- Golden Yellow, has a mild odor
- Extensive shelf life, highly stable even stored at room temperature
- Comedogenic Rating: 2
- Skin Type: All skin types, oily, acne-prone, eczema, psoriasis, combination, sensitive, dry or aged skin, chapped skin and sunburn