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Dr. Lucy Products are loaded with Jojoba Oil and Here Are Some of the Reasons We Love This Little Seed… Oh Let Me Count the Ways!!!
*What is so amazing is the similarity in molecular structure between jojoba oil and sebum.
*Jojoba oil is also naturally rich in vitamins A, B1, B2, B6 and E, all of which are incredibly nourishing for the skin. Vitamin A is known to be an excellent wrinkle fighter while Vitamin E is used to minimize scaring in the skin.
*Jojoba Oil actually dissolves the sebum that clogs your pores, which helps give you relief from acne and allows your skin to breathe more effectively.
*The oil is wonderful for people who suffer from sensitive skin conditions, including psoriasis and eczema. It helps soften your skin and when applied to your hair will increase its shine.
*It is also known to help reduce wrinkles and other lines associated with aging. In addition, it helps promote the growth of new skin cells. It even has some anti-bacterial qualities too.
*Since Jojoba Oil is so similar to sebum, when applied to the skin it can help to reduce sebum production.
*Sebum is produced to waterproof and moisturize the skin. WhenJojoba Oil is applied, the skin registers that sufficient oil is present therefore less sebum (your own skin oil) is released making skin less oily!
*In addition Jojoba Oil is both antibacterial and anti-fungal. Therefore, by reducing sebum production and prohibiting bacteria growth, Jojoba Oil can really assist in the reduction of pimples and acne!
Jojoba Oil: Is this oil really the secret to smooth, hydrated skin?
Extracted from the seed of the jojoba tree (which is native to states in the Southwestern U.S.), jojoba oil is actually not oil at all but rather a waxy substance that is very similar to human skin oil, also known as sebum. Because it's so similar to our skin's natural oil, it is thought that jojoba oil can "trick" the skin into thinking it's producing enough oil, which helps balance oil production [Source: Acne.org]. "Jojoba oil is rich in natural fats that mimic those in the outer layer of the skin," explains Joshua Zeichner, M.D., director of cosmetic and clinical research at Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York City. "This means it can help the skin retain moisture and heal itself."
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