Introduction of Jojoba Oil

6 Ways to Use Jojoba Oil For Skin, Hair and Nails

  • Jojoba oil contains numerous vitamins eg. Vitamin A, D and E which are know as skin healing vitamins as well as minerals that are essential for a healthy skin.
  • Our jojoba oil is an 100% pure high-quality organic product certified by the Australia Government.The oil is extracted from only the center of the seeds to retain all its vitamins and nutrients.
  • It is recognized by the Celebrities and Beauty Spa Salons as a high quality universal oil skin and facial care.
  • This oil is also a cost-effective product since only a few drops are needed to see results.

1.For your face:

Jojoba oil positively controls and re-balances the oil production.

Jojoba oil can also help heal acne and slowly clear blemishes, providing the all the moisture and hydration the skin needs.

2.For care of the hair and scalp

Jojoba oil has an oily composition, so it can be used as a moisturizer. It can also be added to hair conditioners to give you added protection against dryness, breakage, and split ends.

The oil can also moisturize the scalp and may be a dandruff remedy.

Because it strengthens hair, it is also thought that jojoba oil can prevent hair loss and promote hair thickness. The idea behind this is that the oil moisturizes hair follicles, which prevents dryness that leads to hair loss.

3.For your body

Add our jojoba oil to your body location or body cream. It will be a great moisturizer.

Jojoba Oil helps treat sunburn, dryness, acne and fungal infection.

4.Nail Treatment

It will work on the cuticle (soft skin of the base of the nail). Nourish and strengthen your nail.

5.For Stretch Marks

Stretch marks are most common in women after pregnancy, but are also common in both men and women after a sudden weight gain. Jojoba oil is recommended for the treatment of stretch marks because of its many skin healing properties; it has the ability soothe, moisturize and restore skin.

6.For Baby Nappy Rushes

Wax esters are an important part of the vernix that coats the skin of newborn babies, this coating is believed to moisturize the baby’s skin and provide a protective barrier. You can add jojoba oil in water when baby enjoys bath time.