Maintaining an oil-water balance is crucial during the change of seasons, and one of the most effective ways to do so is with oils.
There's nothing quite like oils to relieve stubborn dryness or soothe skin sensitivity, but many people still find them difficult to use.
The fear of clogging pores and causing breakouts, and the preconceived notion that oils are greasy.
Plus, it's hard to know how to choose the right one for you and how to use it.
But if you're looking to experience some of the benefits that oil advocates talk about, jojoba oil may be the answer.
With a similar structure to skin and fatty acids, jojoba oil is compatible with almost all skin types,
and it's so skin-friendly that it rarely causes breakouts, making it the perfect ingredient for
oil beginners or those who have experienced oil breakouts.
Define Jojoba Oil
Jojoba oil is a natural vegetable oil extracted by pressing the seeds of jojoba, a member of the boxwood family.
Oils are broadly divided into base oils and essential oils, and jojoba oil, which is widely used as a basic ingredient in
cosmetics such as lotions and creams because it is easily absorbed by the skin
and has a good sebum control and moisturizing effect, is a representative base oil.
Among other oils, jojoba oil is particularly popular because it contains wax esters,
which are similar to the components of human sebum, and therefore have excellent skin penetration.
Skin types that are prone to breakouts due to high oil production are often reluctant to use oils,
even in extremely dry conditions, but jojoba oil does not cause acne or rashes,
so it can be used to relieve dryness and itchiness on sensitive skin.
It is also rich in nutrients, including vitamins and omega-6 and omega-9,
and has the ability to inhibit the formation of skin bacteria. It also has antioxidant properties,
so it can be preserved for a long time.
Pinkwonder's jojoba oil is sourced from local, organic, unrefined jojoba oil obtained by
cold-press extraction in a state-of-the-art Israeli farming environment.
The absence of high heat minimizes the destruction of
the active ingredients, resulting in a nutrient-dense oil.
Oily skin types also need to be moisturized. This means that they need to stabilize the oil-water balance by creating a protective layer on the skin's surface and strengthening the skin barrier to prevent moisture from escaping. If you know what oils are and use them correctly, they can help balance the sebaceous glands and control excess oil.
The oil can actually work in the opposite way to help your skin release sebum. When sebum and impurities build up in the pores, they cause blackheads and acne, and a consistent, slow, rolling massage with jojoba oil every day can help dissolve blackheads, whiteheads, sebum, and other oils, as well as remove any remaining oil from the skin's surface and cleanse the pores.
Jojoba oil is great for treating pimples and acne, which are often caused by dry skin. While there are no major side effects associated with jojoba oil, some people may have an allergic reaction to it, so we recommend testing it on the inside of your wrist before using it for the first time.
Products with jojoba oil are a basic line of products that benefit all skin types. The purity of organic golden jojoba oil helps to strengthen the skin's barrier, hydrate while balancing oil levels, and calm sensitive skin to reveal moisturized, healthy skin from the inside out.
Use it in your daily routine 24/7.