jojoba oil


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jo·jo·ba oil

a liquid wax ester mixture extracted from ground or crushed seeds from Simmondsia chinensis and S. californica (family Buxaceae), desert shrubs native to Arizona, California, and northern Mexico. Used extensively in cosmetics for alleged skin softening and lubricating properties; other uses include as lubricant, fuel, chemical feedstock, substitute for sperm whale oil.
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The gelled jojoba oil materials will be produced by Penreco using its patented gelling technology and marketed by Desert Whale Jojoba under the brand names Jojoba Glaze(TM) LV and Jojoba Glaze(TM) HV.
DIY VERSION: Jojoba oil is the perfect base for facial blends.
Ingredients include green tea leaf extract, pine bark extract, grape seed extract, lecithin, shea butter, cacao butter and jojoba oil.
A surprisingly light rich cream with jojoba oil and Vitamin E to nourish and protect.
The product includes organic jojoba oil, shea butter, chamomile botanicals and sunflower and sesame oils as well as vitamins A, E and F.
Choose from Cherry or Strawberry, both containing moisturising and protecting jojoba oil, almond oil, shea butter and Vitamin E.
Other ingredients are derived from African and Asian remedies and include aloe vera, jojoba oil and vitamins A and E.
Contains Vitamin E and jojoba oil and claims to ease sore, chapped lips if used morning and evening.
Erucial EG-20 provides shine and luster in hair care formulations and can also be used as a jojoba oil extender in these formulations.
Lip plump contains Jojoba oil and flesh-toned pigments which work by building up the contours of the mouth without resorting to collagen.
Charkit Chemical Corporation of Norwalk, CT, now offers Eco's Golden Natural Jojoba Oil.
com adds new report on "China Jojoba Oil Industry 2015 Market Research Report" of 138 pages with 191 tables and figures to its research store.