Alphabetical List of Ingredients
Jasmine oil for intense richness: Used to make fine perfumes, jasmine flowers are picked before dawn to prevent any of the soft and sensuous oil from evaporating. Recipe for Perfume
Jojoba oil as a preservative: Though jojoba oil is expensive, it doesn't go rancid, and even helps preserve other oils; it also makes them easier to apply. Jojoba oil softens the skin and balances sebum production. Recipe for Anti-Cellulite Oil
Jojoba oil for oily skin: Oily skin that tends to develop blemishes often has an imbalance of acid and alkaline, usually because of the use of harsh astringents and cleaners. The skin, therefore, can't adequately protect itself from bacteria. To restore balance to the skin's protective coating, use a body lotion which contains jojoba oil. It will help to ease inflammation and encourage skin flora to normalize. Plus, jojoba oil is highly penetrative and will not further clog your pores. Recipe for Body Lotion
Jojoba oil for delicate skin: This superior grade non-greasy oil is prized for its ability to easily penetrate and to protect the three layers of your skin. Jojoba oil is a natural antioxidant; it also acts as a sunscreen with a sun protection factor (SPF) of 16. The oil's vitamin E and minerals make your skin feel especially soft and moist. Recipe for Eye-Wrinkle Cream
Conditioning jojoba oil: Jojoba oil is really not an oil at all but a plant wax, similar to human sebum. Rich, thick and gentle, it penetrates the skin deeply. Recipe for Facial Pack
Jojoba oil for rashes and inflammations: The pea-sized seeds of this evergreen desert plant yield jojoba oil, a liquid wax which solidifies when allowed to cool. The many unsaturated fats in jojoba oil moisturize and protect the skin's surface; the oil also deeply penetrates into the skin to keep it supple. Jojoba has anti-inflammatory effects, bringing relief to skin plagued by eczema or psoriasis. Recipe for Foot Balm
Vegetable oils prevent split ends: Before a treatment with henna or a walnut shell tint, rub a bit of olive oil or jojoba oil into your palms and apply it to the ends of your hair to discourage split ends, especially if your hair tends to be dry. These oils also nourish the scalp and smooth out the cuticle of each individual hair, making it easier to comb. Recipe for Hair Tinting
Jojoba oil for a perfume base: This medium weight, golden oil is a liquid plant wax. Produced from cold-pressed jojoba seeds, it makes an excellent carrier for natural perfumes since it has a very long shelf life, is easily absorbed by the skin and is non-greasy. Recipe for Perfume
Jojoba oil: Jojoba oil is pressed from the nutlike seed of the jojoba bush. Because of its chemical structure, it solidifies into a wax at 45°F. Appropriate for sensitive skin, jojoba oil is highly penetrative and adds extra fluidity to a massage blend. Because it is expensive, you may want to blend it with other quality base oils. Recipe for Massage Oil
Enhancing the eyes: Jojoba oil is a great nighttime eye moisturizer. Dab the oil around the eyes with your finger, avoiding the lashes and lids. To relieve puffy eyes, place a cold teabag over each eye and rest. For strained eyes, dip cotton balls in cold witch hazel, milk or tea, and apply to eyes. Recipe for Natural Cosmetics
Juniper and rosemary oils for circulation: Both juniper and rosemary oils are stimulating and refreshing. They help increase circulation, decongest sluggish and under active tissues and stimulate the body's metabolism. Recipe for Anti-Cellulite Oil
Essential oils for fragrance and healing: Grapefruit essential oil gently stimulates and refreshes, adding a slight deodorizing effect. Juniper oil is especially useful for combating water retention as well as stress and fatigue. Essential oil of lavender can help heal painful fissures and minor inflammations. Recipe for Body Scrubs
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