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This refined and unique product is actually a liquid wax. Renowned for its absorption and moisturizing abilities, our jojoba oil is expeller pressed from the Jojoba Seed. Because of its fatty acid make up, jojoba oil is very resistant to oxidation (and rancidity) and has a very long shelf life.
It takes 1200 Jojoba nuts to add up to a pound which has a 50% yield of oil, which is one of the reasons it is more expensive than other oils.
Ingredients:Botanical Name: Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba) Seed OilCommon Name: Jojoba Oil
Jojoba oil makes for great products. I use it in lip balm mostly but have used it in other things, such as soap, in the past. It's very luxurious and moisturizing on the skin. I make a skin salve that I sometimes use jojoba oil in and it really makes a difference. Although it is more pricy I think it's worth it for the great quality it adds.
Jojoba is great for lip balms, perfume oils, and sugar scrubs!
I use jojoba oil in my lip balms and dry oil sprays. It's wonderful and adds that luxurious feel to products! Try it and you'll definitely love it!
I love, love, love jojoba oil! I use it in just about everything I create, including my roll-on body fragrance oils and when creating parfum scents for my glass perfume bottles. Cannot say enough about this plant wax oil. To me this is very versatile where others oils work for some projects, I certainly cannot create body fragrance oils in the way jojoba allows the scent to flow.
I make a body butter using jojoba oil and shea butter. It absorbs quite quickly and does not leave a greasy feel. It's a popular gift item and has become a staple in my home. A small bottle of jojoba oil is always handy for after showers as a quick moisturizer for freshly shaved legs! My skin seems to drink it in! A small amount goes a gong way! A great product, although a bit pricey for me to rationalize using in [my] Comfort Zone Soaps.
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