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Jojoba Oil can be used as a base for massage oil, and for revitalizing skin, scalp and hair. Aura Cacia Aromatherapy. Cold Pressed Jojoba Oil 100% pure. Experience the luxury of Aura Cacia's 100% pure vegetable oils. Use alone or add 12 drops of essential oil per ounce for a custom-blended body oil that will give you softer feeling skin and soothe your soul. You'll love jojoba oil for deep conditioning of hair and scalp. Indulge yourself and discover the benefits of Aura Cacia aromatherapy!
Product Title: Aura Cacia Organic Skin Oil Jojoba - 4 Fluid Ounces Liquid
Manufacturer: Aura Cacia
Power Score: 4.5 | 6 Reviews
skincare type: liquid
Product Reviews (6)
This is a good quality carrier oil, which works very well on face and body. Apparently jojoba oil has a structure that is closest to skin 's sebum and that makes it easy to absorb. It is more greasy than argan oil on skin, but it gets absorbed fast and leaves the skin soft and moist.I would have given it five stars if it came in a glass bottle, but it comes in a plastic bottle which I like less.
By Adiro on Vitacost - Feb 26, 2013
Great Product. Great price at Vitacost.
This product is great on dry skin. I used it with Organix South TheraNeem? Neem Oil on my dry scalp and I can see the results in a week. Now I don't have any more dryness.I highly recommend this product.
By MagnumOpus on Vitacost - Feb 26, 2013
I've tried other brands and this is the nicest consistency. Being organic makes it a bit pricey but when it comes to your skin it's worth it. I mix it with a high grade lotion for the body and it goes a long way.
By Idahonative on Vitacost - Apr 25, 2012
just exactly what it advertise
used and mix with seasalt to scrub on skin.
By ScubaLady on Vitacost - Dec 18, 2011
It took closer to 2 weeks to get this item, but I knew it would from my last experience. I prefer this brand because the lid dispenses very fine and I mix the oil with other essential oils in small bottles. I use mostly on my face and neck because I can't stand any lotions. They eventually creep into my eyes and burn no matter how careful I am. I carry a tiny bottle in my purse.
By RedGG on Vitacost - Jun 4, 2010