All the uses of jojoba oil for beauty



Jojoba oil to cleanse and moisturize the face

Jojoba oil - or Jojoba wax - counteracts dehydration of the skin. Just a few drops of jojoba oil are enough to enjoy the benefits; thanks to its emollient properties, it prevents wrinkles and minimizes the existing ones by relaxing the skin.

The emollient and moisturizing properties make jojoba oil also suitable for dry, dehydrated and chapped skin as it protects against dehydration and reduces the water loss of skin cells.

Since it is a non-greasy oil, which does not clog the pores and which is quickly absorbed, jojoba oil is also an excellent ally for oily and impure skin, regulating the function of the sebaceous glands.

Its composition makes jojoba oil suitable for even the most sensitive skin and can also be applied to the skin of babies and children, for example to prevent and alleviate redness and irritation caused by the diaper.

Jojoba oil can be used not only as a moisturizer, but also for gently cleansing and removing make-up from the face and eyes, by pouring a small amount onto a cotton pad.

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Against the effects of atmospheric agents

During the winter months, jojoba oil is useful to counteract skin dryness due to cold and wind, which dehydrates the skin.

In summer, despite not being able to replace the protective cream, jojoba oil prevents the skin from drying out due to exposure to sunlight and helps the skin to defend itself better from the sun, preventing reactions such as rashes and burns.

Skin more elastic and without stretch marks

Used as a massage oil, jojoba oil prevents stretch marks and makes the skin soft and supple. In order to appreciate the results, it must be applied consistently twice a day; it can also be used during and after pregnancy.

To enhance the moisturizing and emollient effect of jojoba oil, it can be applied to damp skin after a bath or shower .

For shaving and hair removal

Jojoba oil has soothing properties and can be applied to the skin of the face before shaving ; after shaving it turns out to be an excellent aftershave, able to calm irritations and speed up the healing of small cuts.

To calm the skin after hair removal and also to remove any wax residue, just massage the jojoba oil on the affected areas.

For hair care

Jojoba wax normalizes the production of sebum in the case of oily hair, nourishes and gives vitality to dry and fragile hair and improves the shine of all types of hair, also preventing hair loss. Jojoba oil is also useful in case of dandruff caused by dermatitis as it soothes and soothes itching, as well as reducing scaling flakes.

It is sufficient to massage the Jojoba wax on the hair and on the scalp and leave it on the hair wrapped in a wet towel for at least half an hour; after the setting time, proceed with the shampoo to remove the oil residues.

Jojoba oil is purchased in herbal medicine and in well-stocked supermarkets; it has a low price and can be kept for several months at room temperature.

Did you know that jojoba oil is also called moisturizing liquid wax?

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