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Jojoba Oil is one of the most well known and common uses today for skin
Jojoba Oil For Skin
Jojoba Oil Uses
Jojoba oil uses are varied and in every case they are beneficial to us. As mentioned earlier uses for jojoba oil can be in already existing products as one of the ingredients. You can by pure jojoba oil and add two to three drops in a product or you can use two to three drops on moist hand and apply it to an area directly.
Here are a few jojoba oil uses:
There are multiple uses as a moisturizer. Here you can use it as a skin cream. If the decision is to use pure jojoba oil, then moisten the hands and apply 2-3 drops on your hands and then massage the area you want to moisturizer. If you want to shave, you can moisturizer that area prior to shaving therefore causing less damage from the razor. It can also be used as a hair conditioner or body soap. When using it as a moisturizer, regular treat will also reduce wrinkle and can be used as an anti-aging treatment. Along with treating skin you can use it a lip balm. Hot dry days or even cold dry wintery days, jojoba can be used very effectively.
If you want to treat dry hair, you can use it as a scalp moisturizer, frizzy hair, split ends and hair loss. Use just a few drops and apply with your hands gently massaging the scalp or hair.
It has been successful as an acne treatment. Take one tablespoon of pure jojoba oil and apply it to the infected area to clean the area. The impurities will attach itself to the jojoba oil. After rubbing for a couple of minutes take a clean cloth and remove the oil. After a few treatments the acne will reduced and then disappear. It is even better as a pre-treatment for acne.
Another use of jojoba oil is to remove makeup and face and eyes. It also moisturizes at the same time. If you have a sensitive skin due to psoriasis or eczema, you can apply jojoba oil sensitive or dry area and it will soften the skin therefore reducing to eliminating itching. One of the other benefits you get when treating skin conditions is that jojoba oil will help in balancing the natural oils on the skin.
Another jojoba oil use is as aromatherapy. Some of the more common peppermint and lavender can evaporate quickly and oxidize. Jojoba oil does not evaporate or oxidize therefore requiring smaller amounts as well as longer use per treatment.
Other jojoba oil uses are as a fungicide in home gardening, a bio-fuel, and production of medicines skin bacteria and fungi, cancer and kidney disorders. It can also be used as a dietary supplement and even as appetite suppressant.
The kidney disorder intrigued me and I found out that one of the diseases it works on is called Glomerulonephritis where filters in the kidneys are inflamed and even scarred and over time can lose their ability to remove waste and excess water from the blood. Jojoba oil along with other herbs can treat chronic Glomerulonephritis.