Jojoba Oil

Everyone has heard it before, but what do you know about the golden oil that you see so often in advertisements? We have put together the facts about jojoba oil, its effects, uses and benefits for you in this post.


Actually, the name jojoba oil is already wrong! If you look at the structure of jojoba oil, you can see that from a chemical point of view it is actually a liquid wax, which is obtained from the nut of the jojoba bush. No triglycerides like a regular fatty oil. Since the name jojoba wax would simply be confusing, we stick with the colloquial name jojoba oil.

Our PureBee jojoba oil is cold-pressed from Israeli jojoba nuts and bottled in our own factory in Baden-Württemberg. It is very light and especially known for its moisturizing & nourishing properties. Our natural skin lipids have a very similar structure, which makes them very well tolerated by our skin. The wax structure makes it extremely stable and, compared to other oils, has a particularly long shelf life, even without added preservatives. It's full of provitamin A, beta-carotene, and valuable B and E vitamins. That's why it has a nice stabilizing effect on the protective barrier of our skin. In this way, the valuable ingredients get deep into the skin layers, but at the same time it prevents important transepidermal moisture from being lost. And because jojoba oil is also non-comedogenic (degree of comedogeneity 1) and regulates sebum production, you benefit especially blemished, mixed and very dry skin from this wax. Microorganisms cannot spread well and so there is no place for germs to settle.


1. Jojoba oil for more moisture
Here the jojoba oil follows the same principle as our oleogels. It helps in the formation of the hydrolipid film on the skin, which is responsible for moisture regulation. The skin is not supplied with water from the outside and the increase in skin moisture occurs from within, since transepidermal water loss is prevented. In contrast to our oleogels, which are more suitable for dry to normal skin, jojoba oil is suitable for all skin types, including impure or oily skin, which brings us to our second point ...

2. Jojoba for blemishes, acne and oily skin
Even if you want to avoid all oils as a skin care product with oily or blemished skin, jojoba is an exception here. With regular and long-term use, the oily, blemished or even acne-affected skin can even be evened out again. The principle of operation is as follows: As we have already mentioned, jojoba oil is very similar to our skin's own lipids. These lipids are overactive in oily or blemished skin. With constant use of jojoba oil, the skin is then pretended that it has already produced sufficient fat. The overproduction is then balanced out and the overloaded pores can relax a little.

3. Versatile
Jojoba oil is incredibly versatile and suitable for all skin types. Whether as hair and scalp care, make-up remover, body, massage and bath oil, nail and lip care - it should not be missing in any routine.
4. Natural vitamin cocktail for the skin

Jojoba oil is full of provitamin A, beta-carotene, and valuable B and E vitamins. Vitamin E is particularly known here as cell protection. It catches the so-called "free radicals" that attack the cells and lead to premature aging of the skin. Provitamin A as a preliminary stage of the vital vitamin A ensures the renewal of the skin and keeps the young cells fresh and healthy. B vitamins influence the nerve cells, the protein metabolism and the oxygen supply in the blood. The vitamins B5 and B6 contained in jojoba oil regulate the body's sebum production and keep the skin young and pure.


Our PureBee jojoba oil can be used in many ways. Whether skin, hair, lips or nails - everything is possible!

It should be noted that your skin should be a little damp before you apply the oil. So it can emulsify with the moisture and move deeper into the layers of the skin. We don't want a greasy film on our skin! In other words, massage a few drops lightly in circular movements on the face, after cleansing or the serum (water-based), but also on the body after a soothing shower. Another option would be to add a few drops of the oils to the bath water. This way, your skin is also cared for. But be careful, it can get slippery!
Our hair also benefits from jojoba oil. Either as a leave-in product or as a hair and scalp treatment. Massage some oil into towel-dried hair as a care product after washing. A small amount doesn't weigh down and makes your hair shine! We recommend a nourishing hair and scalp regimen about 1-2 times a week. To do this, apply the oil generously to the scalp and hair in the evening and leave it on for at least 2 hours (or overnight). Then rinse thoroughly. Eyelashes, eyebrows and beards are also happy about oils. Simply apply it to the desired areas in the evening and let it soak in overnight - for more fullness and a velvety soft feeling! But here too, of course, the following applies: trying is better than studying!

PureBee jojoba oil

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