Jojoba Massage Oil

Why Use Jojoba Massage Oil

Found in the seeds of the perennial shrub of the same name, jojoba massage oil is the product of this plant that is found in the United States and Mexican deserts. The seeds of the jojoba plant contain nearly 50% of their weight in oil and, because of this, the oil produced is relatively inexpensive and very easy to find in most health food stores and pharmacies.

Completely odorless and a yellowish color jojoba oil has been used for centuries by Native Americans and Mexicans for the treatment of minor cuts and lesions. The oil is very high in many things that are healthy for the human body, including zinc, copper, Vitamin E, Vitamin B complex and silicon. Because of these natural vitamins it is also very high in antioxidants and is extremely beneficial for use as a skin moisturiser.

As a massage oil jojoba is one of the best for a number of reasons not only for the patient but also for the massage therapist as well. For the patient jojoba oil offers antimicrobial benefits and, as a massage therapist, these same properties can be beneficial for their hands especially if they have multiple clients in a day as most do. 

Anti-wrinkle ingredients are plentiful in jojoba oil and make it an excellent massage oil for the face, shoulders, neck, hands, elbows and knees.

In fact, there are few oils that are better than jojoba when it comes to massage because it has so many beneficial properties for human skin. Some of these include;

– Jojoba oil is a natural anti-microbial agent. Because of this it prevents the growth of skin fungus, especially between the toes of the feet. It also prevents bacterial infections of the skin and can be used regularly with no side effects.
– If you’re worried about wrinkles jojoba oil is rich in wax esters, a natural ingredient that can reduce wrinkles and keep the skin healthy, glowing and younger looking.
– Jojoba oil is used in many skin products because of the large amount of healthful properties that it has, and is an ingredient in many massage creams. However it is best used for massage on its own because this is the best way to get the full benefit of the oil with no risk of encountering artificial ingredients.
– Jojoba is an excellent skin moisturiser because it can naturally maintain the balance of the sebum found in skin. In fact it is good for oily skin as it makes it less oily and also for dry skin as it makes it less dry. It’s like a magic oil for getting the perfect skin.

So if you’re a massage therapist looking to do something extra special for your clients keep jojoba oil in mind or start using it today. If you’re a person that likes massage and wants a better oil when you get your next one tell your massage therapist how wonderful it is. Jojoba oil, in fact, is one of the best there is for massage, for the skin and for the person who only wants natural ingredients on theirs.

Try it today and you’ll agree.