The jojoba plant has a long history of use by Native Americans, and has been cultivated commercially in the United States since the late 1970's.
As an excellent moisturizer, jojoba oil nourishes and revitalizes the appearance of skin and can be used on hands, nails and hair.* Jojoba oil is remarkably similar to sebum, an oily substance secreted by our own skin.
Jojoba oil is commonly used in cosmetic products because of its usefulness as a skin rejuvenating oil.* As the whale population decreases and the price of whale oil rises, jojoba oil has stepped in as an awesome alternative. Other industrial applications for jojoba oil include candle making, detergents, fire retardants and machinery oil.
Jojoba oil encourages healthy skin and hair because of the oil's colorless, odorless wax-ester texture.* As it is normally applied on the skin, it is a convenient way to give your external self a boost when you need it most!*
Jojoba is a sustainable and natural oil for anyone to use, and requires no oral consumption. So if convenient and quality skin care is what you are looking for, jojoba oil is there for you.
There are no side effects associated with jojoba usage, but make sure to follow package recommendations for the safest and best results.
Commonly, jojoba products recommend adding 1 tablespoon to hair products such as shampoo or conditioner, and 1 teaspoon to skin products such as soap or body wash.
Pick up some jojoba today and take care of your outer self!