Supplier's Corner

Natural Sourcing Introduces Organic Jojoba

August 6, 2007

Natural Sourcing has launched a clear and odorless organic jojoba—INCI: Simmondsia chinensis (jojoba) seed oil—to its line of nutritive vegetable lipids for cosmeceutical uses. The long, straight-chain liquid wax esters are expeller-pressed from the seeds and then gently refined and decolorized to produce a virtually clear and odorless liquid that possesses all of the nutritive and stable properties of traditional jojoba.

Jojoba provides excellent non-occlusive, non-greasy moisture control. Studies confirm the effective use of jojoba as a natural anti-inflammatory ingredient in skin care. Furthermore, the high content of natural tocopherols and the absence of polyunsaturated components give jojoba a remarkably high oxidative stability index.
More info: www.naturalsourcing.com
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