Jojoba oil, Certified Organic

RM140.00  / 100ml

Prunus armeniaca

Product Description

Apricot kernel oil, Certified Organic
Description Do you know Jojoba is not an oil but a golden coloured liquid wax?  This natural oil mimics collagen, having a molecular structure similar to our face sebum, creating a natural protection against harsh environmental elements while still keeping our skin supple. It has become a very popular carrier in the cosmetic industries,making it one of the finest natural emollients for skin and hair. It is excellent for inflamed or chapped, dry skins, psoriasis, eczema, acne, nappy rash, sun burn, etc.
Facts Facts

Botanical Name: Simmondsia chinensis

Origin: Australia

Method: Cold Pressed

Plant Part: Bean


Aroma: has a pleasant, soft odor.

Color: Golden

Properties: Emollient, moisturising,softeningand soothing

  • Dilute essential oils to soothe skin after too much sun
  • Wonderful in cream base, lotions and body butters product to smooth onto chapped/reddened skin
  • Wonderful inlipsticks as it is a good non-greasy lubricant
  • Can be used in body blends at 10%-100% strength.


Bug bitesBalm

60ml Jojoba oil

2 TBSP Beeswax pearl

2 lavender

1 Spearmint

1 Cedarwood

Use a double boiler to melt beeswax and Jojoba oil. Allow to melt and stir occasionally. Remove from heat. Add essential oils. Let cool

Safety Oil specific

Jojoba oil may cause an allergic reaction and contact dermatitis has also been reported.



For external use only. Discontinue use if skin sensitivity occurs. Jojoba oil is very stable, giving it a long shelf life.It may go cloudy and thick in cool conditions but will return to its natural state once warmed. Refrigeration after opening is optional.

Click here for dilution rates.

Important note:
The information provided is for educational purpose only. It is not considered complete. Talk to our aromatherapist to find out more about it.


There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “Jojoba oil, Certified Organic”

New opening special! Free delivery anywhere within West Malaysia.