Thursday, September 10, 2015

Jojoba Oil: Heals Skin, Grows Hair And Keeps You Looking Young

Jojoba plants are native to the “green desert” of southeastern Arizona and portions of the Mohave desert in southern California in the United States. It is a distant relative of the cloves tree grown in South and Southeastern Asia, but it is the only plant of its family in North America.

Jojoba nuts are eaten by squirrels, rabbits, rodents, and birds, but most animals eat them in small quantities because they cannot digest the wax the nut contains. Most animals do not eat jojoba nuts as they contain is actually a wax, with a chemical composition similar to whale blubber or the sebum in human skin.

Jojoba Oil Used As Skin Treatment 

Jojoba nuts deliver vitamin E to the skin. Nearly 80% of the vitamin E in the nuts is gamma-tocopherol, which is usually deficient in European and Australian (although not American and Canadian) diets. The nuts also contain alpha- and beta-tocopherol, and a compound called beta-sitosterol, which can interact with testosterone in the skin.

It is most commonly used as a carrier agent to help deliver healing substances deep into pores. Since jojoba oil is chemically similar to sebum, it easily mixes with sebum, and carries other substances deep down into the skin. 

7 Uses For Jojoba Oil 
1. Make-up remover
2. Sunburn relief lotion
3. Body lotion and foot cream
4. Anti-aging serum
5. Shaving gel
6. De-tangling hair oil
7. Hair re-growth serum

                                   Jojoba Oil Hair Treatment Video                   


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