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Jojoba Vegetal Oil/30ml

Jojoba Vegetal Oil/30ml

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What is Jojoba Vegetal Oil: Jojoba oil is a pale yellow liquid with a waxy consistency. It is obtained from the seeds of the Simmondsia Chinensis, a tree that grows in the areas of California, Southern Arizona and Northwest Mexico, it belongs to the Simmondsiaceae family. Jojoba oil differs from all other vegetable oils thanks to its chemical composition. It is a liquid wax which is significantly consisting of a mixture of long-chain fatty acid esters and fatty alcohols. These characteristics protect the oil from oxidization and rancidity. In cosmetics, it is known for its ease of absorption, thanks to its remarkable rapport with sebum produced by the skin. Jojoba oil is very useful in restoring the skin's lipid barrier that is poor in dry and hypolipidic skin.It provides a moisturizing effect as well. To make moisturization more effective, the oil should be used on damp skin or rubbed between wet hands.  Jojoba oil is also used in make-up, skin care and hair care products. It can be used as a massage oil, on its own or blended with other oils and as the base oil for essential oils. It is a safe ingredient that can be applied on the skin in any concentration. Jojoba Vegetal Oil Technical Data: Common Name : Jojoba  Botanical Name : Simmondsia Chinensis Appearance: liquid wax Color : Yellow Odor: Slightly Nutty  Botanical Family : Simmondsiaceae    Organ: Seeds Processing Method: Cold pressing Type: 100% pure. Origin: USA Preferred uses : Cutaneous route, internal route.  Chemical composition: Jojoba oil consists of the following fatty acids : Oleic acid, ferulic acid, 11-eicosenoic acid, palmitoleic acid, erucic acid, 9-Godoelic acid. docosenoic acid and docosdienoic acid ; in addition it has other important skin-nourishing nutrients such as: Zinc, chromium, vitamin E, iodine ,  selenium, silicon, B-complex and copper. Storage conditions: Do not store or use close heat, flicks or fire. Store out of direct sun. Store in closed and tightly containers below 40ºC in aerial areas. Never use pressure to empty container.  Physical properties of jojoba oil:    freezing point: 7-10.6 °C refractive index: 1.4650 at 25 °C specific gravity: 0.863 at 25 °C smoke point: 195 °C flash   point: 295 °C iodine   number: 82 viscosity: 48 SUS at 99 °C, 127 SUS at 37.8 °C Properties of Jojoba Vegetal Oil: On the cosmetic level (in cutaneous use): Seboregulator adjust   the production of sebum) Regulator of the PH of the skin Protector Nourishing and anti-desiccant (stimulates the production of collagen) Healing, regenerating.  Fortifying the scalp and hair Emollient Other Properties Photo protective Anti-inflammatory  Anti-infectious skin  Indications of Jojoba Vegetal Oil: Acne, acne pimples Minor injury (scarring) Oily, dry or brittle hair Dull, tired hair Hair loss Light scar Crevasse Greasy or dry scalp Cleansing Drying (hands, body, hair, nails) Chap Skin infection Bad weather (skin protection in case of wind, cold etc.) Massage Flabby skin Mature skin Dry, oily or mixed skin Sensitive skin Shaving (aftershave), hair removal (after hair removal) Wrinkles (in prevention) Sebum in excess Sun (light sunscreen) Skin aging (in prevention) Practical tips: Jojoba wax combines perfectly with essential oils with dermatologically interesting properties. It is therefore possible to associate with its cream day or night essential oils such as: Geranium Bourbon, Ylang ylang for example. Body Oil : Jojoba tends to be less messy than other plant-based oils, which is reason enough to love it. Reduces aging signs: In addition to moisturizing your skin, jojoba oil has some excellent anti-aging qualities that help minimize aging signs like wrinkles, dull patches, and sagging. If you use the oil daily, you can reduce wrinkles up to 30%, as it also   contains an antioxidant called linoleic acid which helps skin regenerate its cells. You can double the oil’s effects if you use it with moisturizing cream or face wash. Shaving : Use as a shave oil and aftershave moisturizer. As a lip conditioner : One drop on lips first thing in the morning and again before bedtime is surprisingly effective at diminishing flakes and plumping pesky vertical lines. Protects Nail Cuticles: Jojoba oil can help you keep your cuticles moisturized and healthy, as it has antibacterial, anti-inflammatory properties. You can reduce your cuticles by soaking nails in a mixture of warm water and jojoba oil at least once a week for 10-15 minutes at a time. Precautions of the use of jojoba oil: Jojoba is likely safe for most people when applied to the skin. It can cause some side effects such as rash and allergic reactions. Jojoba is likely unsafe for anyone when taken by mouth. Jojoba contains a chemical called erucic acid, which can cause serious side effects such as heart damage. Applying jojoba to the skin during pregnancy and breast-feeding is likely safe . But it is likely unsafe to take jojoba by mouth. First Aid Measures: Inhalation : No vapors present at normal temperatures. Eye contact : wash and rinse with plenty of water.  Skin contact : wash off with soap and water not irritating.  Ingestion : Not considered dangerous. Will have a laxative effect if swallowed in large doses

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