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Hydrolyzed Jojoba Esters

Scalp health
Fortifying Conditioner
Detoxifying Shampoo
  • •   Anti-bacterial
  • •   Anti-inflammatory
  • •   Anti-dandruff
Seeds from the jojoba shrub produce a wax ester that has an almost identical molecular structure and composition to human sebum, which the skin naturally produces for moisturization. This means it will not cause your scalp to produce more or less of its own oil, helping to moisturize hair without leaving it greasy or heavy. It also brings anti-fungal (anti-dandruff) and antibacterial protection to the scalp.
What are Hydrolyzed Jojoba Esters?

Unlike many oils, which contain triglycerides, jojoba oil is actually a botanical wax ester. It remains in liquid form at room temperature and is bio-identical to the wax ester consistent in skin oils...

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There are at least 9,198 studies on Hydrolyzed Jojoba Esters and we're always looking for more.

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Evaluation of additive effects of Hydrolyzed Jojoba (Simmondsia Chinensis) Esters and Glycerol: A preliminary study
National Library of Medicine
Jojoba Oil for hair: How It works
5 ways you can boost the health of your hair with Jojoba Oil

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