Jojoba has long chain fatty acids which are similar to those found in the natural collagen of the skin, this makes Jojoba a highly compatible skincare product that aids elasticity and vitality of the skin
Jojoba Butter comes from a shrub that grows well in the arid and semi-dry regions of Southern California.
Our natural Jojoba butter will be a complete hit in your skincare regime as soon as you receive it, you will fall in love.
Jojoba composition is the most similar to our own sebum which is secreted by our sebaceous glands and helps to protect your skin and hair. The butter provides a mineral rich and beautiful way to apply. You can also use it in your own blends of hair care and bodycare products by applying slight heat to allow it to go to a solid and then stirring in to for example a lotion and allowing to cool.
Use Jojoba butter as a massage oil, the skin will be sensational after a massage and the masseur will enjoy the experience just as much as the person being massage.
Because Jojoba butter is truly buttery it is very easy to stir in essential oils, making wonderful body butters completely devoid of chemicals. The consistency is much like that of normal butter and making en entirely natural Jojoba body butter with oils is as easy as making Garlic butter for dinner!!
The natural butter is expeller pressed from the fruit (nut) of the Jojoba plant that grows up to 10ft. tall.
12 - 18 months
Jojoba butter contains protein, minerals, natural tocopherol, high content of eicosenoic acid and long chain monounsaturated long chain fatty acids, as well as a waxy substance similar to collagen.
Hypo-allergenic and pure, Jojoba butter is perfect for any skin type, especially those with a large molecular structure.
Common Uses of Jojoba Butter
Benefits of Jojoba Butter
Posted by Karen Scott on 19th Sep 2012
I just love Jojoba butter! I use it in my therapy treatments - it is especially good on feet, making them lovely and soft. It is good on the face, too, and adds that extra something to a facial.
Posted by Melody Jacks on 6th Mar 2012
In one word - divine!
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