Jojoba Oil, Tea Tree Oil, Shea Butter, Natural Unbleached Beeswax
How It Works
Jojoba Oil is not actually an oil, but an ester—this is why it is the only oil that actually penetrates deeply into the many layers of your skin, and all other oils just lie on top of your skin and get smeared around. It is also the closest natural oil to our body’s own skin oils, which is another reason Jojoba can penetrate deep into the skin layers, reducing the dryness and itchiness and promoting healing. Jojoba Oil gives you the most breathable moisture control, and has the broadest overall moisturizing effect to the skin surface, supporting healthy skin texture and softness. Never use petroleum oils or mineral oils that are toxic and crude oil by-products—they are best left lubricating car engines.
I discovered that there are about 150 different species/varieties of Tea Tree and it is important to use only the official Tea Tree that is grown and harvested on the northeast coast of New South Wales, Australia. It is also important that it is steam-distilled to produce pure organic essential oil. Tea Tree Essential Oil is rich in plant oils and alcohols containing over 100 medicinal plant compounds. Like Jojoba Oil, Tea Tree Oils solvent naturally allows it to penetrate deep into the skin, reaching into all your skin layers and even muscle tissue and even under a toenail and fingernail to effectively cleanse even the most stubborn areas.
Why You Need It
This mild, yet powerfully penetrating formula is both soothing and emollient to the skin, and cleanses on contact. Use it on sensitive areas. It’s perfect for dry skin and the itchiness and discomfort that can be caused by problem dry skin, even for children and diaper rash for babies. It penetrates more deeply than any other oil, through all layers of the skin. It is a strong cleansing agent, but it is mild enough for use on a baby’s bottom and genital areas.
Jojoba Oil (pronounced “ho-ho-ba”) is made from the bean of a desert plant. Tea Tree Oil comes from an Australian shrub and has been widely used in traditional herbal medicine, as well as in modern medicine. It contains essential oils that are effective cleansers of the skin.
I am currently OK, but when I was four I had a terrible accident. I got burned on my chest. When it started to scar, the itching was unbearable. They gave me tons of medications and creams to apply, but nothing seemed to work. My mom found the Jojoba & Tea Tree Oil and that was the only thing that stopped the itching. It felt so fresh on my skin and it also helped with the healing process. When the doctor found out what I was using, he was in awe and told my mom to spread the word and give it to whomever might need it!J.R., Maywood, CA