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Do you experience redness if you use jojoba oil?

Redness & Jojoba  

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  1. 1. Choose your option please:

    • I experience facial redness and I DON'T use jojoba oil
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    • I experience facial redness ONLY if I use jojoba oil with the regimen (if I don't use jojoba, I experience no redness)
      1
    • I DON'T experience facial redness and I DON'T use jojoba oil
      0
    • I DON'T experience any facial redness and I DO use jojoba oil
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I'm still researching redness with the regimen, I could really use this info.

You can also post your experience, if you think redness is correlated to jojoba oil.

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I experienced redness, along with dryness, flakiness, itchiness, and tightness while on jojoba. It is taking a long time for my skin to return to its pre-jojoba state (when I had flakiness ONLY). Off of jojoba for 5 days and my skin is still not quite right.

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I experienced redness, along with dryness, flakiness, itchiness, and tightness while on jojoba. It is taking a long time for my skin to return to its pre-jojoba state (when I had flakiness ONLY). Off of jojoba for 5 days and my skin is still not quite right.

wow, i thought i was the only one! i'm not on the regimen, but i have used jojoba for the past week, and i have all these symptoms.

what i'm trying to do right now is do cetaphil cream (not lotion) at night, for deep moisture, and jojoba during the day, for light moisture... but i may need to stop the jojoba :(

anyone else with these problems?

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Every contingency is planned for so_fitting -

You either use it and don't get red/do get red.

You don't use it and don't get red/do get red.

So if you don't use it, you could be red or not, while if you use it, you could be red or not too. This way there is quality info. :)

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