Organic Jojoba Oil – Product Review

Viva Naturals Organic Jojoba Oil, 4 oz - For Radiant Looking Skin, 100% Pure, Cold Pressed & Hexane Free

About the Product

  • Versatile Beauty Oil – Jojoba can be used head-to-toe (literally) for hair, face and total body beauty care. De-tangle knots, remove stubborn makeup, relieve itchy sunburn and more. Hexane-free and 100% pure!
  • Cold-Pressed & Certified Organic – Our jojoba seeds are cold-pressed and never exposed to high heat, locking in nutrients like iodine, vitamin E, B vitamins and essential fatty acids. Manufactured in GMP certified facilities in the USA, our amber glass bottles further preserve jojoba oil’s benefits.
  • Long-Lasting Nourishment – What makes jojoba oil so unique? Closely resembling human sebum, the oil naturally produced by skin, jojoba pairs as the ideal moisturizer for a variety of skin types and conditions- including sensitive skin types.
  • Restores Weak, Brittle Ends – Revive dry, frizzy or damaged hair with jojoba oil. Combine jojoba oil with our organic coconut oil for a natural hair treatment that will leave your hair looking shinier and healthier than ever.
  • Promotes Hair Growth – Apply to scalp to stimulate follicles as a natural hair growth treatment. Jojoba absorbs much like a wax, releasing essential fatty acids, esters and vitamins A and E.

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My Review –

As you can from the list above, Jojoba Oil has many uses. My favorite way to use this product is to make a Vanilla Sugar Scrub. With my love of vanilla, when I saw the recipe on Amazon, I knew I had to try it. The scrub is wonderful. Although I didn’t try another fragrance, I’m sure your favorite would work just as well as the oil has no smell.

I took my favorite body lotion and added a little of the oil, which ended up making my favorite lotion even better. I haven’t yet tried the oil on my hair, but I am definitely thinking about trying it. The oil has worked wonders in the uses that I have already tried and I am sure it will be great on my hair.

I can definitely recommend Jojoba Oil, especially if you are into making your own body products. As I mentioned, there is no smell making it a great prime ingredient. Jojoba Oil comes in a glass bottle and is packaged in a protective box.

Decadent DIY Vanilla Sugar Scrub

As if jojoba oil wasn’t already like a love note to dry or winter skin, this 3-ingredient scrub seals the deal. Use it on your face, lips, hands, feet, or for head-to-toe TLC. Combine 1 cup of brown sugar, a ½ cup of Viva Naturals Organic Jojoba Oil, and 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract. Or create a cinnamon scrub by swapping the vanilla with 1 tablespoon of ground cinnamon. Store it in an airtight container.

Viva Naturals Promise

Your health and well-being are important to you—and that means they’re important to us. We stand by our products 100%, but if any of them don’t meet your expectations, let us know within 90 days of your purchase for a full refund, no questions asked. When it comes to your health, you deserve nothing less than the best.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Is your jojoba oil food grade?

A: Yes and no. Our jojoba oil is 100% food grade, however, because it’s a luxury oil, it’s best suited for beauty and hair care, where it can be used sparingly. Using it in place of a cooking oil in a recipe would not be economical.

Q: What is the difference between golden jojoba oil and refined jojoba oil?

A: Our golden jojoba oil is in its purest form- unrefined, unbleached and 100% pure. Refined jojoba oils are bleached to strip away color and jojoba’s nutty aroma, while removing the seeds’ vitamins and essential fatty acids.

Q: What is the shelf-life of organic jojoba oil?

A: Generally once oils have been opened, they have a shelf-life of 2 years. Depending on storage conditions, jojoba oil may be stored for up to 5 years.

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