Definition guide of skin and hair care terms. We define the terminology of skin and hair care, focusing on effective ingredients. Updated regularly.
- Jojoba is excellent for hair, scalp, face and body skin. It hydrates and nourishes while cleansing the scalp of impurities. It removes excess sebum, dandruff, and flakes blocking follicles. It is also an excellent moisturizer for dry hair. Jojoba has a very similar structure to sebum, replacing the natural oils the scalp needs to stay healthy. It fills in the cracks and damage to bare spots on the hair shaft, especially on chemically-treated or color-treated hair. It regulates oily skin, removes impurities and flakes, reduces inflammation and soothes skin. Jojoba is soothing to the skin, having the dual ability to soften wrinkles and ease acne. Jojoba oil is an emollient, made of 98% monounsaturated fats so it can penetrate the hair follicle. Jojoba gives elasticity and softness to hair. Jojoba is also a carrier oil, increasing the efficacy of other active ingredients. Jojoba Oil is very similar to the composition of our natural skin oils, so skin tends to absorb Jojoba very well. As a carrier oil, it enhances the ingredients it is paired with instead of creating a barrier. Jojoba has a very similar structure to sebum, replacing the natural oils the skin needs to stay healthy and gives skin elasticity and softness