Let me start off by saying I use the Acne.org jojoba oil and have been for a few years now. I don't even really measure how many drops I use I always figured more meant better hydration, better skin.
I was thinking though, clogged pores are partially due to a overproduction of sebum from our skin. So sebum can clog our pores. Jojoba is renowned for being just like our sebum, and there are claims it can dissolve sebum plugs and open our pores. Has anyone encountered any research or have any idea why that is? If too much sebum can clog our pores, perhaps too much jojoba can also?
Perhaps the jojoba oil molecules are smaller and thus don't clog our pores as readily? Anyways, I'd love to hear what you guys think about that.
Edited by Zero33, 09 May 2013 - 06:48 PM.