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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.

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