Desert Essence, Organic Jojoba Oil for Hair, Skin & Scalp, 4 fl oz (118 ml)
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good for keeping moisture in the skin
6 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer2102791 on Oct 24, 2010
it's a nice product but the container isn't appropriate for this oil :(
the oil leaks..........
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5 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer2745716 on Jul 03, 2012
I use this as my night time moisturizer every night (I have oily and acne-prone skin), and it's amazing! I also use this on the sides of my arms where I have keratosis pilaris (chicken skin) immediately after showering. I've seen great results. And a little goes a long way- I've had my bottle for over 4 months and haven't even used half of it yet!
top favorite brand of organic jojoba oil sold on iherb; excellent for complexion!
21 people found the following review helpful
Posted by animot on Feb 26, 2011
of the organic jojoba oils (100%, no additives) sold on iherb, here's my preference ranking, since sizes and prices are more-or-less pretty similar at the time of writing this:
1) desert essence = this would be my favorite, because the oil itself smells more lively and earthy (leading me to the assumption that it's somehow less refined).
2) aura cacia = my second favorite, good to purchase at least once, so you can keep refilling the nifty bottle (which has a great flip top that keeps it tidy and an excellent reducer hole so you don't spill out too much in one slosh).
3) now brand = oil seems fine, but no fancy bottle, no earthy liveliness. sorry, now, that makes you third.
...for what it's worth. regarding the product, organic jojoba oil itself has been an excellent boon to my skin care regime. i actually use very little else, even on my face, since it doubles as cleanser and moisturizer (google 'oil cleansing method'), and makes my skin happy. good luck finding what works best for you!
It's not actually not an oil
4 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer2006952 on Feb 12, 2010
I love this product. I learned that it is not actually an oil but a wax derived from the jojoba plant. I have oily, acne prone skin and this is the only moisturizer I use(well, mixed with a little pure aloe vera gel). It absorbs nicely into my skin and doesn't leave a greasy film and actually makes my skin less oily as it seems to suppress oil production. I also add a few drops to my facial cleanser, body wash and sometimes to my hair conditioner. This is an all around good-for-skin-and-hair product that I can't live without.
great for dry skin
Posted by Reviewer1971797 on Nov 07, 2009
I don't like the oily feel of many lotions, so I was surprised to find that I really love this oil as a basic moisterizer. It absorbs so quickly into my skin that it doesn't feel oily. And you only need a few drops of it, so it's economical, too.