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Although many people would know that jojoba oil is good for you, but may not know how to use jojoba oil for skin care and how it can help to improve the skin.
Jojoba Oil usually comes from a shrub grown in America and has recently grown in popularity for its many benefits. The oil is a wax ester, resembling the natural oils produced in our bodies, thus making it a natural skin conditioner. As the refined oil is completely odorless, there is no need of using any irritating perfuming agents for cosmetic and healing purpose. So read on to learn how to use jojoba oil for skin.
It is a great dry skin treatment option as it is waxy and thus seals in the moisture to create an effective barrier to external elements. Just rub a few drops of the oil between your palms and apply to your face and other exposed parts after bathing and before going outdoors. For deep moisturization, warm a spoonful of the oil and massage onto your washed face and leave overnight. The oil gets fully absorbed into the skin to leave it feeling soft and smooth.
Dry skin treatment for cracked feet
You can also get soft, smooth and healthy skin by applying jojoba oil to your dry hands and cracked feet. For better effects, soak your hands and feet in warm water for 5 to 10 minutes and then dry with a towel before massaging the oil in.
Rub down hardened areas with a pumice stone before drying the skin for better penetration of the oil. Regular application of jojoba oil on cracked feet helps prevent bacterial infections from developing in the cracks, and helps gradually heal them.
Jojoba oil is useful for not only older skin, but also for younger skin. Being non-greasy and a natural antiseptic, it provides an effective acne treatment option. It both cleanses and moisturizes the skin to give you healthy skin without any pimples and clogged pores.
Safe for use on sensitive skin
Jojoba oil acts as a moisturizer and dry skin treatment as its molecular content is similar to the natural oils regularly produced by our bodies. It is popularly used by masseuses as its non-greasy and has a pleasant smell.
It thus provides an effective dry skin treatment option and can help create a more youthful appearance for people with aging skin. Jojoba oil is also safe to use on sensitive skin because its molecular content is similar to our body’s hair and skin sebum.
All this shows that you should use jojoba oil for skin. Though you may find the oil to be rather expensive, this results justify the expense. Moreover, all it takes are a few drops of the oil to give you soft and supple skin, making a bottle of the oil go a long way.
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