JOJOBA OILS - THE SKIN SAVIOUR YOU'VE BEEN LOOKING FOR
For years, Jojoba Oil has been hailed as a powerhouse ingredient. It’s a superfood for your skin, hair and nails with many benefits and can be used on a wide range of skin types. Here’s the reasons why we love Jojoba Oil.
Firstly, what is Jojoba?
Jojoba Oil is actually derived from the liquid wax found in the Jojoba plant and is biocompatible, meaning that our skin can absorb it effectively. It is incredibly rich in Vitamin E, Zinc and Iodine, which allows it to draw water deep into your skin and seal for long-lasting hydration. It is known to stimulate collagen production, help combat oiliness and smooths skin.
Many oils can be heavy and feel like they are clogging your pores. With its biocompatibility properties, Jojoba Oil absorbs into the skin rather than sitting on top of it. Jojoba Oil is actually oil-free and can help with acne, inflammation, and irritations. Jojoba Oil comes from a wax ester, which is the main component of sebum and as our skin creates sebum, Jojoba Oil is the closest thing to our skin's natural oil. "The wonderful thing about jojoba oil is that it balances the oil in the skin, rather than adding oil to it," explains Jennifer T. Haley, M.D., a dermatologist practicing in Scottsdale, AZ and Park City, UT. "This makes it beneficial for all skin types since it won't clog pores or cause acne. It adds moisture where it's needed, but can also help reduce excess oil production."
Like any oil, Jojoba Oil is great for hydrating skin but, it works to do it in a non-greasy way. Our Power E Jojoba Facial Drop Treatment is one to add to your routine if you haven’t got it already! It hydrates profounding, nourishing and smoothing out your complexion. Combined with active ingredients like Jojoba Oil, this facial oil works to help inflamed skin, moisture loss, pollution, whilst working to help skin be more resilient and moisturised.
Not only is Jojoba Oil a hydrating skin warrior, but it also hosts a number of healing properties. It is loaded with antioxidants and Vitamin E, which can help reduce inflammation and enhance wound healing, like acne or irritated skin. It also boasts anti-fungal and antibacterial properties, making it a barrier to any skin threats you have.
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