Jojoba Oil for Curly Natural Hair - 👑INGREDIENT HIGHLIGHT👑
What is Jojoba Oil?
Jojoba oil is an oil-like wax extracted from the seeds of the jojoba plant. It may indeed prevent hair breakage and strengthen your locks. It could also be helpful in treating dandruff, dry scalp, and itchy scalp, and be used as an anti-inflammatory and skin moisturizer as well.
It as a staple ingredient in most shampoos and conditioners, arguing for its inclusion as an important micro emulsion in hair care products. Micro emulsions help carry the active ingredients in the product. Other common micro emulsions are beeswax, carnauba wax, or esparto grass wax.
- Moisturize Hair from the Inside Out - It’s light, impermeable, and sits on the surface of the hair shaft. Because of this, it’s perfect for sealing in moisture when your hair and scalp are still damp after washing. Jojoba sits on the outer surface to help protect the hair from dryness and breakage.
- Promotes Thickness - It contains B vitamins and C and E, as well as copper and zinc, making it a natural cheerleader for strengthening our locks, promoting thickness and regrowth, and aiding in preventing hair loss.
- Reduces Frizz - If you tend to have a lot of fly away and frizz, jojoba oil may tame your locks. Because it does a good job sealing in moisture, jojoba oil can minimize frizz.
- Controls Dandruff - It helps regulate oil production by sending a message to the hair follicles that there is enough moisture on the scalp. This can help lessen greasy dandruff flakes that result partially from excessive oil on the scalp.
- Encourages Hair Growth - Jojoba oil not only moisturizes the hair, but also dissolves the dirt and buildup on our scalps, helping to nourish the hair follicles further, promoting healthy growth.
- Repairs Damage from Heat and Styling - Breakage and split ends happen when our hair has become damaged and brittle. Jojoba oil seals in moisture and mimics the scalp’s sebum from root to tip means less breakage overall. Jojoba oil does not penetrate as deeply as other oils, so it will sit on the outer cuticle of each strand and may help fill in the cracks.