buxus chinensis

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buxus chinensis
Where is the jojoba oil?

Because of its color has also been called liquid gold. Jojoba oil is obtained by cold pressing of the seeds of a desert shrub known as Buxus chinensis. This was used by American Indians as food and medicine, especially as a protector of the skin against the strong solar radiation of the desert. It is curious as Mother Nature always gives medicine at the place depending on the weather and other factors. But more than an oil is a kind of wax that is liquid at room temperature, appearing to look greasy, unlike other oils cold pressing.


With its complex composition are 96% of ceramide, which makes it extremely stable to heat and oxidation retained perfectly with the passage of time and keep intact their properties. The ceramides are substances which cover the skin cells regulate their hydration. The ceramides of jojoba oil are very similar to those of the skin and act where it is needed, putting a deep hydration and restructuring the balance of oily skin. The composition also found vitamin E, which removes the skin from free radicals that are responsible for premature aging. Another of its components is the linoleic acid which acts regenerating skin cells. Jojoba oil has the ability to dissolve sebum, a kind of wax that is deposited in hair follicles and that is the cause of dandruff and seborrhea of the hair. In that sense, jojoba oil penetrates and dissolves the deposits to be important for the regulation of Sebaceous excessive secretion of the skin and hair.

Use of jojoba oil.

Moisturizing Facial: This applies at night. First clean the skin and then apply jojoba oil. keeps the skin hydrated throughout the night.

Pregnancy: The use of jojoba oil increases the elasticity of the skin and prevents flabbiness and stretch so common during pregnancy.

Skins fats: Their use in people with oily skin and shin problems is very appropriate because it emulsifies the sebum and removes it. In treatment for acne is preferable to adding a few drops of essential oil of tea tree or thyme.

In the bathrooms: Add to water in the bathtub two tablespoons of jojoba oil. Cushioning the effects of the drying out of the tap water.

Conditioner for dry skin: For dry skin jojoba oil plays an important factor in leaving the skin soft, moist and with its natural shine.

Brightness and volume of hair: Add to shampoo you use 7 drops of oil leaving 3 minutes before serving to clarify the hair.

Punished and brittle hair: Untarse around the hair with jojoba oil and covered with a hot towel for 20 minutes. Wash your hair again with a good shampoo.

After - shave lotion: water and jojoba oil in equal parts. Apply on the face. Eliminates the redness and leaves the skin soft.

Cleanser: putting cotton in a few drops of jojoba oil. Removes the remnants of dirt and nourishes the skin.

Massage oils: It is indicated in the working of massage oils especially for the hands and feet. Eliminates corns.

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