Tea tree oil is a type of essential oil that you can use for several health issues like keeping your nails, hair and skin healthy. Our tea tree oil benefits come backed by science, and it's a safe and inexpensive herbal option to consider as long as you use it as directed. We'll outline several benefits of tea tree oil as well as how to use it safely and effectively.
The Jojoba plant is a perennial plant that is very hearty and native to North America. It thrives in the more harsh desert climates, and it produces a nut that has strong links to many different healing properties. You can process this nut to turn it into an oil. Jojoba oil works very well as a carrier oil to mix with your favourite essential oils to dilute them, or you can use it by itself.
Jojoba oil is an essential part of many people's skincare routine. There are very good reasons for that, and they all have evidence backing them. Keep reading to find out the 12 biggest Jojoba oil benefits below.
Castor oil is a multi-purpose vegetable oil that has thousands of years of use behind it. Coming from the Ricinus communis plant's seeds, this oil has a number of pharmaceutical, medicinal, and industrial uses. Interestingly enough, castor seeds have a toxic enzyme in them called ricin. Heating the caster oil deactivates the ricin and makes it safe
There’s such an amazing variety of essential oils available that you can practically pair one – or more – with any occasion. Need to stay alert at work? Peppermint oil. Want to relax after a busy day? Frankincense oil. Stuffy nose or difficulty breathing? Native Australian eucalyptus oil is the perfect remedy.
Do I really need to add another product to my already hectic hair routine? The answer is yes! I was psyched to try ArtNaturals Argan Oil hair mask for my bleached mane since my parched strands just drink up argan oil like it’s an open bar. I checked out the ingredient list and noted it was chock full of mega-moisturizing oils like almond, moringa and jojoba. Love it. And I love that it has panthenol and keratin, a killer duo for damaged hair.
So I dutifully added the mask into my lengthy hair routine two times a week for three weeks. I was excited to see if it would repair my hair and re-texturize my tresses.
Did you know that jojoba oil is technically not an oil at all? It’s actually a plant-based liquid. However, in the context of skincare it’s used and treated like an oil, which is why it’s referred to as such.
Plant-based jojoba oil is a popular ingredient in many skincare products, and with good reason. It boasts a variety of benefits for the skin, lips, nails, and hair, many of which are backed by scientific research. In this post, we’ll introduce you to the wonderful world of jojoba oil, including how it’s made, its many benefits, and how to incorporate it into your daily routine.