Good Vibes Jojoba Oil: Uses and Benefits

You know, I am a fan of oil. I have incorporated many oils in my beauty ritual like Coconut oil, Almond oil, Olive oil, Grapeseed oil, esp in my skin care. Recently the oil, I am using is Good Vibes Jojoba Oil.

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GOOD VIBES NATURAL CARRIER OIL JOJOBA:

Jojoba Carrier Oil is one of the most popular skin and hair care oils. It is a great addition to your beauty regime. This carrier oil is nutrient rich and highly versatile. It is lightweight and is easily absorbed. The oil helps to deeply moisturize and hydrate the skin. It is highly effective in reducing early signs of ageing. The oil deeply conditions hair right from the roots and makes it ideal for taming frizzy hair.

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Benefits Of Good Vibes Jojoba Oil:

  • Why it is good for you: For Skin Jojoba oil works effectively against wrinkles
  • It is a great makeup remover as well
  • The oil increases healing of the skin and prevents growth of bacteria and fungi
  • For Hair Jojoba oil acts like a natural tonic for the scalp
  • The oil helps to control frizz and adds shine to the hair
  • It leaves the hair deeply conditioned
  • It also helps to repair and nourish dry, brittle hair.

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Price: INR 525/- for 30ml.

Available on Purplle.

Packaging:

The light golden colored oil comes in a blue colored glass bottle with dropper dispenser. All important info are printed on the outer part of the bottle.

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How Do I Use Good Vibes Jojoba Oil:

As a Cleanser or Makeup Remover:

Add 4-5 drops of jojoba oil to 2 drops of essential oil (optional) of your choice. I use tea tree oil, you can add lavender oil too. Apply on your face, massage for 2 minutes and wash off. If you feel excessive oily can wash with mild, natural face wash. For removing makeup add three to five drops of jojoba oil to a cotton ball or pad and wipe off makeup. It can cleanse impurities and makeup effectively.

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As a Moisturizer:

Apply four to six drops in the morning and at night before bed. Jojoba Oil heals any skin concerns like acne, eczema, psoriasis, sunburn and it works on wrinkles or fine lines. It gives long lasting hydration and moisturization.

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On my Lips:

Being a great moisturizer, it can heal chapped lips which is a great issue during winter. Take one or two drops on your finger and apply on lips whenever you need to.

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As Nail Cuticle Remover:

Apply the oil on your nails and go to bed and get shiny, pink nails. Use this everyday.

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As a Face Mask:

Add one tsp each of Sandalwood Powder and White Turmeric Powder with four to five drops Jojoba oil and apply the mask on your face, keep for 5-8 minutes and wash off with water. You will get flawless skin.

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To know more about Sandalwood powder and White Turmeric powder have a look here:

Sandalwood Powder: The Skincare Expert.

Make Your Own Cosmetics WithWhite Turmeric Powder From Jas Naturals.

As Pre- Shampoo Oil Treatment:

Add one tsp jojoba oil to one tsp of any carrier oil, like Coconut oil, or Almond oil, or Sesame oil and four or five drops of any essential oil (optional) and apply the mixture on your scalp and hair with fingertips. Keep the mixture at least two hours and wash off with shampoo.

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Here I have used jojoba oil with a herbal oil ( 12 herbs soaked in coconut oil), tea tree oil and orange essential oil.

Have you ever used Jojoba oil? How did you use it? Please, share in the comment section.

Thanks for reading.

Shreemayee Chattopadhyay.

 

16 thoughts on “Good Vibes Jojoba Oil: Uses and Benefits

  1. Great tips 👍👍 main kaafi pehle se essential oils use kar rahi hu, infact pehle to facial bhi inse hi karwati thi,abhi to cream me 2 – 2 drops mix karti hu according to need
    Hair oil me, body massage oil me, moisturizer me sab me Jojoba ya Argan essential oil mix karti hi hu 😊

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