The Jojoba Difference

The Jojoba nut, Simmondsia chinensis, has been recognized as a beneficial skin and hair resource for hundreds of years.

Dating back to the early 18th century, Native Americans have used this wonderful plant as a viable option to promote health in several different applications (1).

Yet in the present day, it is still widely used as a viable way to naturally support skin and hair development.

Since the oil is comprised of nine beneficial constituents (Gadoleic Acid, Erucic Acid, Oleic Acid, Palmitic Acid, Palmitoleic Acid, Stearic Acid, Behenic Acid, Vitamin E, and Vitamin B Complex.), it acts as a powerhouse carrier oil with a wide range of benefits (1).

The oil, which is derived from pressing the matured tree nut and is actually classified as a liquid wax ester, is packed with vitamins and minerals required for natural skin and hair development.

While you may not see it directly marketed in the store, everything from massage oil, facial serums, lipstick, exfoliation cleansers, beard care, sunscreens, to even wrinkle creams often contain jojoba oil.

And it’s for good reason, while some products have specific applications, the oil itself delivers a massive return for nutritional support.

While those without sensitive skin might think that oils are equal, those with sensitive skin would harshly scoff.

When you find yourself trying to eliminate the nuance of high acne, eczema, psoriasis, or high skin irritability, it becomes a quick decision to look for a gentle and soothing remedy.

That’s where jojoba oil comes in.

Not only does the oil help reduce skin conditions from getting worse, it also has an anti-microbial property that mitigates how much bacteria grows on the skin – a huge reason for worsening skin conditions (2).

While the skin properties are vast: tighten pores, soften skin, anti-inflammatory protection, balancing natural skin oil production, increasing skin elasticity, and quick absorption rates among others; the hair properties are just as awesome (1)!

Most notably the hair benefits are the softening, moisturizing, and overall strengthening components.

While it effectively moisturizes, it can also be beneficial for the prevention of hair breakages and protein lose (3).

Deriving from the oil’s active acids and minerals, the conditioning effect to the hair gives a radiant look while also hydrating without leaving a greasy residue (3).

Even thought using jojoba oil is great for both skin and hair, it is the tip of the iceberg for natural skin and hair care.

Whether you are interested in the organic personal care route or are simply looking to improve the appearance of your facial hair, jojoba oil is a fantastic ingredient to consider!

That’s why at Brohana Products, we incorporate a large emphasis on the inclusion of premiere oils like jojoba as our foundation across all beard care collections.

The time to rethink how we approach topical supplements is now!

As a consumer, there are so many options out there and we would not recommend that you use all of the products out there.

Some ingredients simply should not be used!

Stay informed and visit to learn about the basic chemicals to avoid in your life.  

We hope you found some value from this blog and would love to hear what base ingredients you enjoy to use in your own skin and hair care routine.


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