Jojoba Oil is one of the best vegetable oils for the face, as it is suitable for all skin types and does not obstruct pores.
Jojoba Oil helps to balance sebum production, thus reducing oiliness and helping with acne.
It is easily absorbed by the skin, due to its close chemical resemblance with natural sebum.
Jojoba oil also helps improve skin hydration, by retaining moisture. It works best when combined with Aloe Vera gel:
- Mix 1 to 2 drops of Aloe Vera gel with 1 drop of Jojoba oil and apply after cleaning your skin
This recipe can replace your daily moisturiser and is great if you react to cream-based formulations as it will not block your pores.
You can combine it with clay to cleanse your skin and improve acne.
- If you have dry skin, mix half a teaspoon of Jojoba oil with 2 teaspoons of white clay, add water until obtaining a spreadable paste.
- If you have normal or sensitive skin, mix half a teaspoon of Jojoba oil with 2 teaspoons of Moroccan clay, add water until obtaining a spreadable paste.
- If you have oily skin, mix half a teaspoon of Jojoba oil with 2 teaspoons of green clay, add water until obtaining a spreadable paste.
Apply the mask once a week, leave for 10 minutes and wash. Apply the above Aloe Vera gel/Jojoba oil recipe after to moisturise your skin.
Our Jojoba oil is organic and cold-pressed. Cold pressing is the preferred method of oil extraction as the heat- and chemical-free process preserves beneficial lipids and limits irritating byproducts
Why do we only sell organic vegetable oils?
Pesticides used in conventional farming have a disastrous environmental impact (read more about it on our blog) and we believe that the word “beauty” is not just about appearances and looks. It encompasses kindness to our body, to our planet, and to others.
This product page contains links to research articles in case you’d like to read more about the ingredient’s beautiful properties.
These properties, indications and methods of use are also taken from reference books or websites in aromatherapy, hydrotherapy and phytotherapy. They are found regularly and for many confirmed by observations in a scientific environment. However, this information is given for information purposes and cannot in any way constitute medical information, nor engage our responsibility. For any use for therapeutic purposes, please consult a doctor.