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- Jojoba oil is rich in Vitamin E, Omega 6 & 9 fatty acids, and a saturated fatty acid called Docosanol that helps battle viral infections. It is also rich in antioxidants that battle free radicals that have adverse effects on the health of our hair. Since our hair is largely made up of proteins, the fatty acid content of jojoba oil makes it ideal to nourish our hair and follicles.
- The sebum produced by your sebaceous glands coat your scalp and hair, keeping them moisturized. Since the molecular structure of jojoba oil is similar to that of sebum, it takes on the natural oil’s job of keeping our scalp moisturized. This improves the health of the hair follicles and sebaceous glands by fighting their tendency to produce too much or too little sebum.
- The antimicrobial properties of jojoba oil, combined with its moisturizing nature, condition your follicles and scalp, keeping them healthy. It soothes your scalp, curbing any irritation or inflammation, and prevents your scalp from flaking. It also relieves conditions of the scalp like eczema and psoriasis, which lead to dandruff.
- Jojoba oil is an emollient, which means that it fills in the damaged spots in your hair shaft, controlling frizz. Nourishing the hair shaft while filling in damaged spots allows for the repair of any damage.