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5 Surprising Benefits of Jojoba Oil for Beautiful Skin

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5 Surprising Benefits of Jojoba Oil for Beautiful Skin

 

Jojoba oil is extracted from the nut of an American shrub known as Simmondsia Chinensis. This oil is not like other essential oils or vegetable oils in terms of texture. The texture of jojoba oil resembles sebum, that is a waxy substance produced by our skin glands. In its raw form, jojoba oil has a very pungent smell. However, in processed form, the smell is negated so that it also removes the need of using any other essential oil for fragrance. Jojoba oil is a proven essential oil that offers a lot of benefits to skin and hair and can be an effective oil for enhancing your beauty. 

Best for Oily Skin

Oily Skin is the result of overactive sebaceous glands in the skin. The problem with oily skin is that it attracts a lot of dust and other unhealthy particles and makes frequent washing necessary. Interestingly, this is one reason why many with Oily Skin opt for the Oil Cleansing Method. No matter your skin type, cleansing oil mixes with the oils already on your face (i.e. sebum or cosmetics). As you massage the cleansing oil into your skin, it binds to the surface dirt and impurities. Then you use a warm wet wash cloth to gently remove the oil and grime, basically pulling out the dirt without clogging pores. And your skin doesn’t feel tight, like you just had a face lift! The reason this is the case is because a lot of oil-free cleansers strip our skin of natural oils, leaving our face unbalanced and then our body goes into overdrive producing more oil. Oil cleansers assist with keeping the skin’s natural pH and avoids this overproduction of oil. Learn more about the Oil Cleansing Method here. After cleansing it is pertinent that Oily Skin is still nourished. That is unfortunately a fatal mistake many make. This may mean considering a light serum like baimeni's Eye & Face Serum with Hyaluronic Acid which contains an special molecule which helps to absorb oil, leaving skin matte, plus contains a lot of nourishing properties to properly care for skin or a jojoba oil.

Controls Acne

Acne and blackheads are two of the biggest nightmares in the life of any woman. Jojoba oil helps in controlling acne and removing the blackheads. The oil has a significant amount of vitamin A and E that prevents acne and leaves a shiny flawless skin.

Moisturises the Skin

Many over the counter soaps and beauty products strip skin of it's natural oil, making skin dry and rough. Jojoba oil can help to restore the moisture of the skin. Moreover, the oil also hydrates the skin and locks the moisture in.

We love Jojoba Oil so much that we have integrated it into three of our products.

  1. Super Balm - Eye, Lip & Face. Jojoba is a key ingredient in restoring the skin and providing further protection.  
  2. Organic Mint Lip Balm. Jojoba has been included to further boost the healing and nourishment of the lips.
  3. Hydrating Organic Botanical Body Lotion. A most definite add as Jojoba has been proven to assist with healing and rejuvenating skin all over the body.

Heals Cracks

Feet are the most hardworking part of our body and this is the reason why they often get many cracks. Jojoba oil helps in healing the cracks and makes the feet smooth and soft. This is one of the best beauty products for skin that you can use. The best thing about this is that you can use it in both winter and summer season. Massage baimeni's Hydrating Organic Botanical Body Lotion into your heel every evening, and for more intense treatment try baimeni's Super Balm - Eye, Lip & Face.

Natural Sunscreen

Sunburns are very common in the summer season. Jojoba oil provides a natural sunscreen layer that keeps you safe from UV rays and sunburns. Moreover, you can also use it to heal already burnt areas. We are NOT suggesting that you use Jojoba Oil as an alternative to sunscreen, but know that when used regularly and massaged into skin it can help to add further benefit and support.

 

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