Jojobaöl Bio

Jojobaöl Bio

Natural beauty

Regular price € 22,80




Quantity: 150 ml
( € 15,20 / 100 ml)
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Native Jojoba oil from Saint Charles is carefully cold-pressed and from certified organic cultivation.

The evergreen jojoba bush grows primarily along dried up riverbanks in Central America. Native jojoba oil, which originates from seeds containing up to 50 percent of oil, has been used for a considerable length of time in cosmetics and skin care. Jojoba oil is not greasy and is absorbed quickly by the skin, making it smooth and supple. In addition, jojoba oil contains much provitamin A and vitamin E.

Saint Charles plant-based oils are characterised by:

  • Organic quality (agriculture – oil mills – filling/distribution)
  • High quality: the preservation of valuable ingredients by careful cold pressing by a regional Saint Charles partner company
  • Short as possible transport routes and the avoidance of unnecessary packaging
Ingredients: Jojoba oil* * from controlled organic cultivation
Jojoba oil has a relatively long shelf life for a vegetable oil with up to 24 months. Store in a cool, well-protected and well-closed place. Not suitable for consuming.






The historic Saint Charles Apothecary exists since 1886 in Vienna and is the scientific and ethical backbone of Saint Charles. All Saint Charles products are based on the teachings of Traditional European Medicine (TEM) in combination with the latest findings in naturopathy. In developing them, we pursue our passion for high-quality, sustainable and effective natural remedies and cosmetics.



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