MY REVIEW: ReNewalize Jojoba Oil

Product Description
Certified Organic Jojoba Oil | Cold Pressed, Unrefined by Renewalize in HUGE 4 OZ. DARK GLASS BOTTLE with Glass Eye Dropper | Highest Quality 100% Pure, USDA Certified Organic | All Natural Moisturizer for Luxurious Hair, Skin and Nails | Helps to Enhance Hair's Natural Silkiness and Shine | Reduces Acne and Oily Skin | Softens Dry Skin | An Excellent Carrier Oil for Mixture with Essential Oils
  • USDA Certified Organic by Quality Assurance International, a leading accredited certifying agency that ensures every ounce of our jojoba oil meets the strict guidelines set by the USDA for organic products.

    Highest Quality Available. Rich in Vitamin E and Essential Fatty Acids. Great for Controlling Frizzy Hair, while Moisturizing and Sealing Dry Ends. A fast absorbing, non greasy, odorless natural oil that makes your skin feel wonderful and new again. Treats: dry skin, acne, psoriasis, eczema and wrinkles.

    Packaged in Dark Amber Glass Bottle for longevity. Protects light sensitive oils from oxidation and spoilage. Unlike plastic containers, glass will not leach chemicals into the oil.

    Strengthens nails, and eliminates cracking on the skin around the cuticles. Helps to eliminate dry cracked feet.


Jojoba oil has been used by Native Americans for centuries to treat skin wounds, but it didn’t become widely known to most of the rest of us until the 1970s. Since then, its popularity has grown due to the amazing benefits it provides. Jojoba itself is actually a shrub that commonly grows in the American Southwest and northern Mexico. The oil from the jojoba shrub is a wax ester, which means it’s very much like the natural oils our bodies produce.

Jojoba oil can be healthy for the skin in a variety of ways:

•    As an anti-bacterial—Just as Native Americans have known for centuries, jojoba oil is very effective in preventing and treating infections of the skin. Long before modern medicine produced topical treatments to treat infections, jojoba oil was doing just that for Native tribes throughout Mexico and the American Southwest.
•    As an anti-inflammatory—Jojoba oil reduces the painful swelling and redness that so often accompanies a skin injury. Its anti-inflammatory properties also make it an effective treatment for acne.
•    As a moisturizer—Because jojoba oil is so similar to the natural oils that our bodies produce on a regular basis, it’s particularly effective as a moisturizer. It’s easily absorbed and leaves the skin feeling soft and supple. Jojoba oil is often used by masseuses because it’s non-greasy and pleasant smelling. This all-natural moisturizer is particularly effective for treating dry skin or helping to create a more youthful appearance for people with aging skin.
•    As an acne treatment—Jojoba oil can benefit younger skin just as much as it benefits older skin. Acne, typically a problem for teenagers, is usually characterized by pimples and clogged pores. These blemishes can eventually become infected if not treated appropriately. Since many over-the-counter skin products contain animal fat, they can actually make acne even worse. But jojoba oil is non-greasy, and because it’s a natural antiseptic, it’s a very effective treatment for acne. Jojoba oil both cleanses and moisturizes the skin at the same time.
While there’s no doubt that jojoba oil is a completely natural, healthy treatment for the skin, it can also be expensive. If you decide to try it for yourself, use it sparingly—a little bit goes a long way. And even though it may be a little pricey, the results are worth every penny! I used it in combo of uses. I combined it with rosehip,argan,lemon,tea tree oil. This I use it as a cleansing method and after I shave. I also have a wonderful recipe below. I love jojoba. A beauty 10!

DIY Hydrating Face Oil

3 TBS jojoba oil
1 and 1/2 TBS almond
 2 tsp rosehip seed oil 
1/4 tsp Vitamin E 
3 drops carrot seed essential oil (where to buy)
5 drops geranium essential oil (where to buy)
 2 oz. dark dropper bottle (like this) Skincare Saturday: DIY Hydrating Face Oil
  1. Pour the jojoba oil into dropper bottle.  Then add the almond oil, rosehip seed oil and vitamin E.
  2. Carefully add your drops of carrot and geranium oil.
  3. Cap the bottle and give it a good shake.  You are all set to go.
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