Banish Wrinkles & Seal in Hydration with Jojoba Oil
Jojoba oil is one of those ingredients we grew up seeing on shampoo and lotion bottles without really understanding what it is. Did it smell good? Was it just a fun word to say? And did we really care when we were 10 years old? Nope.
Well, now we’re adults with hair and skin screaming for tender care. So, it’s time to find out just how useful jojoba oil really is. In a nutshell, this wax-masquerading-as-an-oil is a great moisturizer that replenishes the skin and nourishes hair with essential vitamins and minerals. It strengthens your hair and can prevent loss, promoting natural and healthy fullness.
It doesn’t stop there, because it also works a treat on your skin. It’s deeply hydrating and its non-greasy feel provides great moisture and glow. Studies show it has a good effect on minimizing fine lines and wrinkles, leaving your skin supple. It reduces redness and calms dry skin, working as a natural anti-microbial to prevent bacterial growth – great for those struggling with acne.
Let's Be Real
All of this sounds wonderful, but we also want our hair and skin to smell great. And here lies the tiny problem. Jojoba oil has no smell of its own. It’s usually used in beauty and cosmetic products as a carrier oil, providing both its own benefits and delivering the benefits of nicer smelling essential oils along with it.
To make the best of both worlds, CHAOS has developed flipping fantastic products for hair and skin using both the power of jojoba oil and yummy smelling essential oils like strawberry, sweet rose and lavender. Check out CURLY, a hair mask perfect for hydrating and maintaining sweet curls, or SLEEP, a fast absorbing body lotion that uses the gentle aroma of lavender to soothe you into a gentle slumber.