14. Is Golden Jojoba Oil very expensive?
– In early 1970 it was very expensive because it was not cultivated much. As usual it took many years for many people to start cultivating it. However, in this process, due to poor selection of crops, lack of continuous research, lack of support from the people and local government in agriculture, and due to environmental factors, the quality of jojoba oil is not the same as the original golden jojoba. However, it is not a very expensive oil. Ensure that the oil you use for your skin care is Golden Jojoba, not another variety of Jojoba.
A Basic recipe-
If you want to give this a try yourself, you can make your own facial clay mask. Simply add one teaspoon of golden jojoba oil to half tablespoon of clay, add 8 ml or more rose water to it, and mix well and apply. If needed, you can add more rose water. If you want to enhance the effect of your clay mask, then add less than 1% dilution of geranium essential oil. Please keep in mind that essential oils should NOT be applied directly on the skin and must be used less than 1% on the face. Do not leave the mask on your face more than 15 minutes. The mask once applied on your face might dry with in minutes, in such a situation spray rose water on your face.
Written by Krishana Chaitanya & MSA Team.
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