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Thursday, February 16, 2012

[AlternativeAnswers] Re: Jojoba Oil Health Benefits Skin

 

Thanks for this - I found it extremely helpful in clearing my acne and controlling it fairly easily. The mythe about oil making skin oilier is just that. My experience has been that Jojoba oil in particular does not make my skin oilier.
--- In AlternativeAnswers@yahoogroups.com, "ideas4health.in" <ideasforhealth@...> wrote:
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> Jojoba Oil Health Benefits Skin:
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> Jojoba oil is derived from the seeds of jojoba plant that is the native
> of America, is cultivated commercially for its seeds, and the plant is
> botanically called as Simmondsia chinensis, which is commonly grown in
> southern parts of America, Mexico, Arizona and California. Jojoba oil
> is golden yellow in color if it is pure whereas processed oil is
> transparent and clear in color. Pure jojoba oil comprises of long
> chains of monounsaturated liquid wax esters and has very long shelf
> life when compared to the other vegetable oils like coconut and grape
> oil because it has no triglycerides. Jojoba is also known as by other
> names like, pig nut, wild hazel, deer nut, and coffee berry.
>
> JoJoba oil is mainly good source of anti oxidants, and essential
> Vitamin B complex constituents, Vitamin E, and minerals like silicon,
> copper, chromium and Zinc, iodine and contains other traces of vital
> minerals, phytonutrients, vitamins etc, that contribute to provide
> health benefits. Jojoba oil is extensively used in aromatherapy for its
> medicinal properties.
>
> Jojoba oil health benefits skin are; jojoba oil is found to be similar
> to that of human sebum, which is produced by the sebaceous glands of
> skin. Human sebum comprises of wax mono esters similar to that of
> jojoba oil, and due to this property, this oil is used as substitute as
> it provides similar benefits as that of human sebum. As it is non
> allergic, non toxic, non irritant in nature, it can be used safely even
> around the eyes and used as external application to heal skin rashes
> and disorders.
>

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