Jojoba Carrier Oil
The substance commonly known as Jojoba Oil is a liquid wax ester rather than an oil.
Native Americans ground Jojoba seeds in a salve in the 18th century to medicate the skin and make natural healthy. Jojoba Oil has a chemical composition that closely resembles the sebum found in human skin.
Jojoba Oil is most widely used in natural skin moisturizing, washing, and managing oil production. Jojoba Oil improves skin and hair look and feel, soothes fatigue, and eliminates blemish appearance.
Simmondsia chinensis (Organic Jojoba) Seed Oil
Cold Pressed / Unrefined
Country of Origin
Average Shelf Life
2 - 3 years
Golden sunlit color
The substance commonly known as Jojoba Oil is not really an oil, but instead a liquid wax ester, extracted from the seeds of the botanical Simmondsia chinensis. Jojoba is an evergreen shrub that is cold-pressed to make a relaxing carrier oil, grown in the desert of Israel.
The term Jojoba comes from the word Hohowi, a name given by the O'odham, a Native American group who found the usefulness of Jojoba seeds to the crops–or the "beans / nuts."
Jojoba is a pleasant, nutty-scented oil that can be easily absorbed and added. This contains a lot of carbohydrates, vitamins and minerals to maintain our skin clean and supple.
- Jojoba oil can be used for washing, drying, moisturizing, and treating or avoiding fungal infections on skin, hair and nails. A few drops of Jojoba Oil can be added to a facial clay and applied several times a week to create a moisturizing face mask.
- Rich and soft, our jojoba oil can be used for topical application to dilute essential oils. And, you can even use it to create a pure and luxury bath and body items.