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Jojoba oil is used for numerous cosmetic and health related functions. But did you know that jojoba can also be beneficial in treating dermatological issues, and it may even promote healthy hair growth?
This video will explain in detail what jojoba oil is and how it is might be useful for hair loss. I’ll then share two ways you can increase the effectiveness of jojoba, and how you can find the best brand for your hair. Let’s get started!
What we’ll review:
•What is Jojoba Oil?
•How Jojoba Can Reduce Inflammation
•How Jojoba Is a Proven Antibacterial
•Is Jojoba Oil Safe?
•How to Improve the Effectiveness of Jojoba Oil for Hair Growth
•How to Find High-Quality Jojoba Oil for Hair
Original Article: https://www.hairguard.com/benefits-of-jojoba-oil-for-hair-growth/
Technically not an oil at all, jojoba is a combination of long-chain monounsaturated liquid wax esters. This structure is nearly identical to the structure of naturally occurring sebum, which is the oil produced by sebaceous glands in humans.
Jojoba oil is taken from the seeds of a jojoba plant which originated in the southern region of the United States and in the northern region of Mexico.
It is not typically sold in its natural form, but instead the oil is processed to a point of it having a transparent yellow look.
Jojoba has been a staple ingredient in the cosmetics industry for years.
Inflammation is a natural autoimmune response, which is triggered when the body has been injured, becomes ill, or has been invaded (such as by bacteria, or a virus).
The immune system responds by sending White Blood Cells (WBCs) to the area of origination, which then leads to inflammation and (sometimes) soreness as the WBCs do their work.
Such a response protects the body, but when inflammation is chronic it can cause problems.
In addition, there are certain conditions in which the immune system will attack the body without provocation. For example, Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) and Alopecia Areata (AA).
This can also occur as a result of DHT sensitivity, which is believed to be the main cause of hair loss in men and women with Androgenetic Alopecia (AGA).
When DHT (an androgen) attaches to the androgen receptors at the hair follicles, an immune response takes place. This leads to inflammation of the follicles, which triggers miniaturization and eventual hair fall.
This video is for educational purposes only and is not intended to treat, diagnose or cure any disease