Jojoba oil (simmondsia chinensis) can be used as alternative remedies except in cosmetics. It is Interesting to know that, those that have tried jojoba oil keep “blowing the trumpet ” of the healthy effects of this oil.


The application of jojoba oil for hair and skin

Jojoba oil is very versatile. The application is relevant in various cosmetic products, such as creams, lotions, shampoo and the like is widespread.

In fact, jojoba oil is applied particularly in hair care. Already the Papago Indians swore on the use of jojoba oil for hair.


The application here is very simple. The oil is massaged into the scalp and into the ends of the hair. The hair is strengthened and shines again. Dandruff can also be prevented with the application of jojoba oil.


The use of this oil in the hair does not weigh down your hair, but repaired from the inside. So, you can prevent split ends and of course repair it.

The antique bacterial action of jojoba oil is very interesting. So, you can avoid the itching on the scalp without using chemical products.


If anyone suffers from one of these problems, he/she should try out jojoba oil because this natural remedy is completely without side effects and does not dry out the skin.

For your hair, use pure jojoba oil, massage it into the scalp and leave for at least half an hour before washing it.


In skin care, jojoba oil is actually an all-rounder talent. Although it leaves a film on the skin, it moisturizes the skin. You can buy already finished creams, but a recommendation is to buy pure jojoba oil, mix with your cream or to mix your own cosmetics. So, you can be sure that you use only natural ingredients.


Another benefits you should know is that, your skin is protected from wind and weather, and also against the UV radiation which is harmful to your skin.

The skin is naturally smoothed and elasticity is improved. Therefore, the jojoba oil as an anti-aging suitable product which prevents wrinkles.


Face masks, which can be made with jojoba oil are recommended. There are some good recipes and tips on this and we will definitely notify you when we cover this topic soon.


The antique bacterial effect of jojoba oil allows the application for pimples and acne. When you apply the jojoba oil here, the pores are not clogged as in other oils, since the jojoba oil penetrates directly into the skin.

In the treatment of pimples, you need to forgo the finished creams and the like sometimes and make good use of the pure jojoba oil, which has not been processed further.


Here, you can rather use its own Scrubs and homemade cosmetics. simmondsia chinensis oil can be mixed very well with other foods, such as lemon or salt to achieve the desired effect.


Therefore, the application is recommended mostly in the summer. The product of this plant has a naturally built-in Sun protection factor already which is however, not very high.

If you get a sunburn, jojoba oil can be used very well to provide the concerned skin with moisture and speed up the healing of your skin.


Jojoba oil itself is not very strong in the fragrant smell but more subtly. Therefore it is good as a basis for an aromatherapy.

We can put it very well with other fragrances. Therefore, it is gladly used in oil massage as therapy.

Massage with jojoba oil is highly recommended as it slides well, firstly on the skin and also deeply penetrates into the skin and there unfolds its healing effects.


It can also ease your back pain, pain in limbs and joints, so it’s a good recommendation to try. By the way, it is interesting to know that jojoba oil is not only useful for the human body.

This oily wax was pressed for a long time from the seeds of the simmondsia chinensis plant and further process as furniture Polish.


Also, it is used in the manufacture of precession instruments, since it is used here as a lubricant.


Scientific Studies about Jojoba Oil

Some very interesting studies on jojoba oil worth knowing and one interesting area, although, certainly not yet long that research scientists worked on waxy oil but at the end, there are some good clues about the healing effects. There are also interesting articles and papers in medical journals.


Also, there are experiences of jojoba oil consumers online, covering more areas of application that are not yet investigated in scientific studies.

Long, it was not clear whether jojoba oil is suitable for oral use and the Federal Institute for risk assessment had dealt with this topic in detail.


In the treatise on jojoba oil, it was confirmed that jojoba oil consumption is not necessarily recommended although other publications talked about the use of jojoba oil as an appetite suppressant.

This article speaks of scientific studies which took place through animal experiments on rats.


These tests showed that, the jojoba oil actually has an appetite-suppressing properties. However, even a toxic substance called Simmondsin is included in jojoba oil.

This substance is only in small amounts in the appetite suppressing capsules, which are sold outside Europe, but discouraged in some countries in Europe and  Germany was among them as at the time publishing this post.


It cannot be ruled out that the oral ingestion of jojoba could have side effects. In contrast, external application of jojoba oil is recommended because it has health beneficial effects on the human body.


On the external application of jojoba oil, there are some scientific studies which are very interesting. A study revolved around the anti-aging effect of this oil.

When they tried it out on volunteers, small wrinkles were smoothed. Soon, this could be observed and a smoothing of 26% was observed.


The oil was also tested on 50 subjects having allergies, only two showed a slight reaction with the use of the oil, which was no longer noticeable after a few hours and thereby concluded that, there’s no sustainable side effects that could be determined here.


In another University study on the healing effects of jojoba oil on bacteria and fungi. In the findings of the study, it could be determined here, that they (bacteria and fungi) did not survive, if they came into contact with the jojoba oil.

It has been found that the application on infections is recommended even on resistant bacteria such in case as a staph infection.


The anti-inflammatory effect was also tested in a study by the Department of Pharmacology and Toxiology at the University in Cairo, Egypt.

There, they made experiments with rats. The trials were successful and it turned out that, the use of jojoba oil on infections can be cured completely.


A study which is also quite interesting comes from Germany. It was carried out in the Immanuel hospital in Berlin. 192 subjects were tested over a period of 6 weeks and investigated by the medical team from the different departments.

During this time, masks made of clay and jojoba oil has been prescribed 2 to 3 times a week to the subjects.


The subjects suffering from acne experienced positive changes in the severity of the acne during the 6 weeks and was recorded. The subjects wore face masks and each filled out questionnaires to carefully hold the skin changes.

It was found that an improvement in the appearance of the skin by 54% in 6 weeks was possible.


The development of pustules, cysts and pimples were reduced and prevented.

Therefore, the use of jojoba oil for skin disease and acne is a good recommendation.


There are other various scientists that dealt with the ingredients and healing effects of jojoba oil and new studies will certainly be published with this article in due time.



Jojoba Oil for beautiful and Healthy Hair

One thing is certain, jojoba oil is perfectly suited to bring sheen to your hair. But not only that, it gets also the right moisture because the hair absorbs the oil without weighing it down. It is non-greasy and also on the scalp, it prevents dandruff.


If you experience discomfort or any problem with your hair, just apply the oil on the scalp and massage gently, then allow it to stay for a while and rinse again. Here, a positive assessment can be drawn immediately after the first application.


Jojoba oil and the Skin

The application of simmondsia chinensis oil make your skin to be calm and cool. Generally, jojoba oil is very suitable for scars because if they are treated with the oil regularly, the skin will be soft and there is also less scar pain.


Also, for pregnant women, the oil has a very positive effect on their skin because it prevents the annoying stretch marks and also in hindsight, it can stimulate a regression.


Jojoba oil for Pimples

Many people suffer skin problems and which include the acne in adolescence and later the skin become sensitive; some are also in form of pimples and blackheads. Here, using the usual pimple ointments can make your skin dry out quickly and cause even greater damage.


However, the application of jojoba oil won’t cause that, on the contrary, the complexion increasingly improves. So the oil can be applied at any time no matter your skin type.


Simmondsia Chinensis Oil helps Acne

Jojoba oil is has an anti-inflammatory effect on your skin. This causes the irritated skin, especially for acne to be treated. This is based on a simple process as the skin will be enriched with nutrients that percolate into the skin after the application of jojoba oil.


The skin becomes clear and Acne vanished. This is also positive for the scarring, because this will help prevent acne. Even if it doesn’t help to make acne disappear directly, the oil helps to the extent that everything stabilizes and the Acne can slowly vanish.