Jojoba Allergies?

Answer The botanical name of jojoba is Simmondsia chinensis. Other names used for the plant are pignut, coffeeberry and deer nut. Jojoba is a native plant of the Sonoran Desert and is both an economically... Read More »

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Jojoba Oil Vs. Coconut Oil?

Jojoba Oil and Coconut Oil are very similar. The two oils both have been used in many ways to heal a number of medical illnesses. Also, when used on the hair and skin, Jojoba oil and coconut oil pr... Read More »

How to Use Jojoba Oil on Nails?

The benefits of Jojoba oil have been noted by cultures around the world for centuries. Now, one of Jojoba oil's common uses is to treat and repair nails. Use Jojoba oil to revive and repair your ha... Read More »

Is jojoba hot oil good?

On One Hand: Hair TreatmentJojoba hot oil treatments are effective at treating dry hair or split ends, according to Care Fair. Jojoba oil is the extract that most closely resembles the skin's natur... Read More »

Jojoba Oil Effects?

Jojoba oil is a botanical extract of the jojoba tree. It is not an oil, but rather a wax ester. The wax ester is similar to human skin oil, also known as sebum. When jojoba oil is applied to the sk... Read More »