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Jojoba oil is plant-based oil that can work as a natural conditioner on your hair, improving its texture and appearance.
 
Some people feel that regular conditioner can leave their hair feeling heavy or greasy looking. Jojoba oil acts as an alternative to regular conditioner and it won’t leave your hair looking oily provided it is applied in small amounts. The trick is to wet your hair and apply a few drops of the oil throughout, massaging it well into your hair and scalp. After this, shampoo hair as usual. When it dries, it will look shiny and healthy.

Applying a few drops of jojoba oil to your skin can moisturise it and keep it smooth. You can also use the oil on your lips where it will work in a similar way to lip balm. Jojoba oil is also great for calming flyaway hairs, smoothing them into your head when you need a quick fix to your appearance. Again, be careful not to apply too much to your hair as then it can end up looking wet or greasy, this is especially relevant if you’re applying it to dry hair.
 
If you have long hair, apply just a few drops of the oil to the lower few inches of your hair. Brush or comb the oil through your hair to make sure it is evenly distributed. Adding just a tiny bit of the oil can make naturally wavy hair look even wavier and add a beautiful healthy looking shiny finish.
 
Jojoba oil could be a small, but useful addition to your hair care regime. 

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