100 reasons why we love jojoba

Because Jojoba is rich in nutrients, vitamins, and omegas there are hundreds
of ways our pure Australian Jojoba can help in your life.
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Soften skin before shaving

Calm sensitive skin
after shaving

Beard oil to encourage growth,
hydration and health

Massage onto hair loss patches
on your scalp

If you have flaking skin under your beard, gently massage jojoba
to heal the irritated area


Massage after leg waxing to shrink irritation

Reduce redness after eyebrow waxing

Apply to your elbows, knees ankles and knuckles before applying fake tan for a seamless application

Rub in a few drops after shaving and wave goodbye to shaving rash

Wipe a drop onto your freshly plucked eyebrows to calm the area

To achieve a closer shave, moisture
with jojoba prior 


Massage jojoba
to soften corns

Rub into toenails to minimise breakage

Add jojoba to your feet, pop on socks and let soak
overnight for a foot hydration mask

With its anti-fungal properties,
rub a few drops into your feet
to minimise fungus


Use as an all over moisturiser 

Replace your vitamin E serum with jojoba since vitamin E occurs naturally already

Use as a body oil for massages, relieving aches and pains leaving your skin silky smooth

Add a few drops to some old coffee grounds for a DIY body scrub

Add a few drops to your body wash for
an extra nourishing treat

Use to hydrate freshly inked skin

Unclog hair follicles from dead skin

Apply on your neck during winter, high neck lines and scarves draw away moisture 


Add a drop to sugar to create your own lip scrub keeping your lips plump and hydrated

Apply to your cold sores
for a natural treatment

Apply to your lips after lipstick for a glossy look

Rub into lips for a protective
lip moisturiser


Use as a face moisturiser

Apply generously for an overnight face mask

Mix with your clay mask for extra antioxidant benefits

To condition and promote health eyelash, wipe a small drop of jojoba on them

freshly pierced earlobes

Mix with honey for an all-natural face wash

As an antioxidant, apply jojoba to help protect your skin from everyday pollutants

After your workout, wipe your face down with jojoba to prevent dirt from clogging your pores

For natural radiant skin, massage your face with jojoba before stepping out showing off your glowing skin without the need for makeup

Mums & bubs

Add a few drops to a bath
to help soothe your babies’ skin

Reduces and moisturises cradle cap

Use to soothe nappy rash

Use as a baby oil

Because its hypoallergenic, allergic reactions are rare so it’s the perfect liquid to use on sensitive bubs

During pregnancy you may become sensitive to odours or fragrances. Jojoba smells like, well, nothing much, it has an extremely neutral odour.

Apply to your pregnant belly to help deter stretch marks


If making your own soap, add a few drops of jojoba for a truly hydrating cleanse

Mix lemon oil with jojoba to polish and clean wooden furniture

Jojoba is a natural fungicide; you can use it to help control mildew

Use as a carrier oil with peppermint oil as an all-natural insect repellent

It your pets have dry or crack paws, use a small drop to help hydrate the area

Skin Conditions

Soothe eczema

Help soothe rosacea

Apply daily to Keratosis flare ups

Ease the symptoms of psoriasis

Calm dermatitis


Soothe sunburn

Apply to a scab to minimise scarring

Apply to a burn to help soothe and heal

Massage a drop on around your nostrils when dry for allergies or a cold

Apply to a minor cut for anti-bacterial healing

Jojoba naturally contains myristic acid which has been known to relive some arthritis and rheumatism pain

Apply a few drops to a black eye before applying cold compression to protect the skin from swelling

As a natural antiseptic, jojoba can help with skin infections

Some people have had success in treating warts with jojoba

Soothe blisters with jojoba

Use on insect bites to ease the itch and inflammation

Apply on a burn to reduce the risk of scarring and help speed up the heeling time

Skin concerns

Reduce fine
lines and wrinkles

Because of its anti-bacterial properties, jojoba is great for acne

Rub a drop of jojoba a day to minimise the appearance of dark spots and pigmentation

Apply to your décolletage to minimise
sun damage

Oily skin? Jojoba will actually diminish your own skin’s overactive oil production

It’s noncomedogenic, meaning it’s less likely to build up and clog your pours leading to fewer breakouts

Rich in natural antioxidants, jojoba helps produce collagen helping skim maintain its youth

Help calm skin and reduce redness

Add a few drops to your moisturiser to enhance its benefits

Blemishes on your back? Use as a cleanser in your shower, the anti-bacterial properties will reduce the bacteria



Add to your shampoo and conditioner for extra hydration

Add a few drops to curly hair for the perfect textured curls

Deter dandruff with a few pumps of jojoba onto the affected area 

Tame flyways and frizzy hair

Hydrate split ends

Smooth onto hair dye to extend colour saturations and softness

Rub a drop or two in before using
heat tools to protect

Massage a few pumps of jojoba and leave overnight for a deep conditioning mask

Apply a few drops to your hair before using the hairdryer to retain moisture


Use a drop of jojoba to clean your makeup brushes

Dab a small amount under your eyes to prevent makeup caking

Use a small amount to refine and tame brows

All-natural makeup remover and
deep cleanser

Add a few drops on an exfoliating pad to remove stubborn makeup and
blackhead dirt

Use as a make-up primer


Use as a hydrating hand moisturiser

Strengthen your nails with jojoba

Keep your cuticles healthy by massaging jojoba into them

Massage into calluses to help soften

Apply to cracked knuckles to hydrate

Add to your favourite hand moisturiser
to enhance its properties

Apply as a hand mask with a glove
to soften hands overnight