Jojoba Oil, used along with Pure Aloe Vera Gel, is a REQUIRED tool in our Advanced Acne Treatment plan.

Jojoba oil benefits can not be understated…

There is NO other substance that can be substituted.

(If you already know this our top recommended Jojoba oil is Golden Organic 100% Pure, our entire list of recommended acne products for each step is here.)

You must learn about Jojoba, where to get it, and exactly how to use it for acne treatment.

Like any TOOL – you MUST learn to use Jojoba correctly.

If used wrong – Jojoba can cause acne, make your acne worse, or do no good at all.

Remember our mantras…. (or, here they are if you are new):

Mantra #1: “Curing acne is not a product, it is a process”…

Which means that NO product will cure acne… acne can only be cured using the right products in the right “system” of treatment… that process we call “an advanced acne treatment plan”.

Mantra #2: “Use your brain to cure acne”…

From our lesson on acne bacteria you know that they can adapt to any product…but bacteria do not have brains – like you do… you can easily out-smart acne by using the right products the right way – together.

The right products used the wrong way – won’t cure acne.

Likewise, the right process using the wrong products – won’t cure acne either.

The right products – used the right way – WILL CURE ACNE – to do this you must use your brain, plus some tools and some skill… (all described in our lessons).

(Mantra #3 is “Avoid skin irritation”) …FYI….

Back to jojoba oil…

In our Advanced Treatment Plan and Daily Routine – we use Jojoba in these steps:

  1. Shaving System
  2. Moisturizer System
  3. Makeup remover

Using Jojoba along with Aloe Vera Gel in our Moisturizing System is most important, its use is described here in this lesson and in our lesson on Best Moisturizers for Acne Prone Skin.



We DO NOT recommend applying jojoba oil to the skin by itself – it is too strong and powerful…mix jojoba with something – our number one recommendation is with Aloe Vera Gel – or, you can use your favorite non-pore clogging commercial moisturizer.


This process is unique to The Acne Project – no other acne treatment website, or source has recommended that jojoba oil be used in this way as a moisturizer.

Combining Jojoba Oil and Pure Aloe Vera Gel together makes the world’s best skin moisturizer – and the best moisturizer for acne prone skin.


You can not buy these two products pre-mixed – you must do it yourself.

To use Jojoba Oil as a skin moisturizer for acne do these steps:

1. Buy a good quality jojoba oil. We list several examples of our favorites in The Acne Project Store.

Our top online recommendation is here: Golden Organic Jojoba Oil 100% Pure

2. Buy Pure Aloe Vera Gel.

Our top recommendation for Aloe Vera is here: Aloe Farms Aloe Vera Gel

3. Partially fill pump bottles or squeeze tubes with each.

Examples of pump bottles are here: Lotion Pump Bottle

4. Complete the SKIN SURFACE WASH and DEEP PORE CLEANSE, steps of your daily routine in the shower (preferred), or over a sink.

5. Pump one to two squirts of both Jojoba Oil and Aloe Vera Gel into the palm of your hand.

6. Rub together in your hands to mix and emulsify.

7. Lightly press the jojoba oil and pure aloe vera gel mixture onto your face, skin, or areas of acne…

The jojoba and aloe vera mixture in your hands is used in these several ways…

If using Jojoba Oil for shaving do this…

(If you shave with a razor)

1. After you have applied the Jojoba Oil and Aloe Vera Gel mixture to your skin…

…then pump one small squirt of Dr. Bronner’s liquid soap into the palm of your hand then rub together to lather it up (it will lather easily since you used it during the Skin Surface Wash step).

2. Apply the suds to the area to be shaved by pressing it lightly on your skin, avoid rubbing.

3. Optionally, or additionally – lather up some pure natural high quality bar soap of your choice and apply to your skin. (examples are listed in The Acne Project Store under Step One).

4. Shave using our recommended razor: Gillette Fusion Proglide Men’s Power Razor

…or any extremely sharp clean razor.

5. Lightly rinse off.

Using Jojoba Oil to pre-moisturize your skin…

1. If you need to pre-moisturize, which may occur during the first few days and weeks of your acne treatment plan…you may do this…

2. At the end of your shower, rub about equal parts of jojoba oil and aloe vera gel into your hand then rub together to mix and emulsify as described above (do you see a pattern?).

3. Lightly apply the mixture by pressing onto your skin, body, and acne areas. (Any excess you may apply to your hair or other areas.)

4. Take a last extremely quick rinse under the shower water.

5. Lightly dry off by allowing the towel to lift the water off of your skin and letting the towel fall like a feather over your body.

(The Jojoba Oil, Aloe Vera Gel and warm water work together to become super-absorbed into your clean, open pores at the end of your shower. You can learn the details of how this works in the lesson on Skin Moisturizers for Acne.)

6. Continue with your acne treatment daily routine and moisturize like normal after the MEDICATED ACNE TREATMENT step.

Using Jojoba as a skin moisturizer during acne treatment…

The skin moisturizing step is after the Medicated Acne Treatment step which you will typically be using 2.5% Benzoyl Peroxide Gel.

1. After the 2.5% Benzoyl Peroxide Gel has been allowed to absorb on the acne areas of your skin, you may if necessary dab off any excess.

2. Then apply same as described above…Jojoba-pronounciation-ho-HO-bah

3. Apply two to three pumps of both Jojoba Oil and Pure Aloe Vera gel into your palm, rub together vigorously to mix and emulsify.

(If you have pre-mixed them into a squeeze bottle, simply shake vigorously to mix and emulsify).

4. Lightly press the mix onto your skin. Re-apply as needed, DON’T SKIMP. Allow 15 seconds to a minute to absorb. Lightly press the the excess on to other parts of your body or in your hair.


5. Lightly dab off any excess.

6. Re-apply this mix of Jojoba and Aloe Vera Gel any time during the day when your skin is dry and you think you need it.

7. EXPERIMENT (i.e., using one’s brain), by changing the proportions of jojoba or aloe vera as suites your skin in its current condition and stage of treatment.

For example, you may first apply a 50/50 mix, then immediately apply only Aloe Vera Gel or only Jojoba, or unequal portions of each – mixed together, as so desired.


During the early stages of advanced acne treatment your skin will become dry, very dry or even EXTREMELY DRY AND FLAKY – AND EVEN PEELING until your skin ADAPTS  to BPG and becomes acne resistant.

This can take one to three weeks.

So be prepared…



Jojoba oil will not by itself spoil or go rancid.

However if water droplets enter the jojoba bottle from leaks in the bottle in the shower or from condensation – mold can form (in the form of black dots).

Be on the lookout for this.

Use care in storing your jojoba oil.

Fill bottles in your shower or bathroom partially full, then store the rest away from the bathroom.

(As explained in the lesson on Skin Moisturizers for Acne – your bathroom is one of the harshest environments on earth.)

Clean, sterilize and re-fill your bottles with Jojoba (and Aloe Vera Gel) when needed to keep it (them) safe and fresh.

You can find a list of all our recommended best products for acne treatment which we call acne treatment tools here.


What is Jojoba is covered all over the internet.Jojoba-Oil-for-Acne-Christine-Sinclair

Here is a rundown in case you are new or need a refresher…

Jojoba (pronounced ho-HO-bah) oil is often thought of as a skin moisturizer and rejuvenator, but it also helps to cure acne.

It is effective for both non-inflamed and inflamed skin lesions for mild acne vulgaris and used in a combination of other healing agents for more severe cases of acne.

Please note that even though jojoba is not technically an “oil” as explained below, we will use the term “jojoba oil” to describe it since this has become common vernacular.


The jojoba plant, Simmondsia Chinensis, is native to the Sonoran desert region in northern Mexico and southern Arizona.

It also grows in the Mohave desert in southern California and the “green desert” of southeast Arizona.Jojoba-Uses-Fifa-futball-players

The plants grow to a height of 15 feet and lives 100 to 200 years.

The deep root system helps these plants to survive in arid conditions.

Egyptian and Israeli plants grown in areas that are irrigated and never receive rain contain more of the desired long-chain fatty acids.

The oil from these plants have more healing waxes than plants grown in the United States or Argentina.

Since these plants have adapted to harsh arid climates, the oil derived from these plants are less likely to degrade from light or to oxidize (i.e. combine with oxygen) and spoil.

Quality jojoba oil is labeled “unrefined” or organic, and it does not contain chemicals or pesticides.

AVOID jojoba with any other ingredient!

An expeller press machine extracts oil from the seeds.jojoba-expellor-machine-cold-pressed

This produces a mixture of the unrefined first pressed jojoba oil and jojoba meal consisting of fine particles of jojoba seed.

“Cold pressed” means that it is first pressed jojoba oil.

You should look for “100% Cold Pressed” when purchasing jojoba oil.

The cost of pure jojoba oil can be as little as $7.99 for a 4 ounce bottle.

A little goes a long way since 1 to 6 drops is enough to massage into your face.

A second pressed oil, or an oil that has been chemically extracted produces a lower quality oil that needs chemicals to make it smell and look good.Jojoba-oil-acne-womens-soccer-champions

You can purchase oils that are USDA certified organic.

Pure 100% organic jojoba oil, or even “near organic”,  will provide the best results to help cure acne.


Jojoba is clear golden in color with a slightly fatty odor, rated SPF 4 and pH balanced.

Jojoba oil does have mild astringent properties that can slightly dry the skin, yet it works extremely well as a moisturizer – or to greatly enhance other moisturizers.

The oil is actually a wax ester made of long straight chains of wax molecules instead of fatty acids or triglycerides that make up most vegetable oils.

This is why the term “jojoba oil” is not technically correct.Jojoba-Benefits-Ronaldo

But, “jojoba wax” does not have a good or proper connotation – and just using the word  “jojoba” can be confusing.

Because of this we at The Acne Project have no issue with using the term “jojoba oil” because with our explanation it is clear what we mean.

Since it does not have triglycerides, it will NOT become rancid and has a very long shelf life.

Whether something becomes rancid or not is a litmus test for whether you should put it on your skin.

For example, olive oil and coconut oil can become rancid – jojoba oil does not.

This oily wax is close to the composition of sebum that is produced by human skin and absorbs quickly after application.

The oil may appear shiny for a few minutes until it is completely absorbed into the skin.Jojoba-for-Acne-Fifa-Winners

It is full of antioxidants with 50 parts per million of tocopheral including vitamin E that is eighty percent alpha-, beta- and gamma-tocopheral and contains beta-sitosterol.

Since it absorbs so well into the skin, jojoba oil can be used as a carrier agent to deliver healing and non toxic substances deep into the pores of the skin.

Our carrier agent of choice is pure Aloe Vera Gel – because it has its own incredible properties –  and together they make a powerful super-charged moisturizer for the skin.

The oil penetrates the outer layers of the skin and spreads softly into the skin without an oily residue.

It keeps skin soft and lubricated with healing nutrients.

The oil also tightens and strengthens the skin so it feels fresh and elastic.

HOW JOJOBA WORKSJojoba-Oil-Best-Acne-Products-Fifa-Players

Located mostly in the face and scalp, microscopic sebaceous glands in the skin secrete an oil and waxy substance called sebum to lubricate, protect and waterproof the skin.

Unfortunately, these secretions can get out of control from frequent cleansing and rapidly changing skin products.

The glands start to overproduce sebum creating clogged pores.

Jojoba oil is a similar waxy and oily substance that mimics human sebum.

It tricks these glands into sensing with their sensitive feedback mechanism that enough sebum has been produced, so sebum levels decrease and become stabilized.

If the pores are clogged with hard sebum and free radicals – then Jojoba oil mixes well with the sebum to soften and cleanse the clogged pores.

The antibacterial properties of jojoba oil are effective against Propionibacterium acnes (the bacteria that can cause acne) and also acts as a fungicide against skin disorders similar to acne.

The deep cleansing action clears clogged pores, pushes out the pus formed by bacteria, removes dead skin cells and sebum.

The soothing effects of jojoba oil remove symptoms of inflammation including pain, itchiness, heat, redness and swelling.

These successful anti-inflammatory effects of jojoba oil have been readily researched including by the Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology in Cairo, Egypt.Jojoba-Oil-Benefits-Acne-Fifa-Players

Working as a wound healer, it clears up acne caused lesions, quickens the healing process of sores, scabs and other marks left by pimples and cysts.

It will also prevent scars from forming.

In 2011, scientist found that jojoba oil enhances the production of collagen (proteins found in the body) without stimulating the breakdown of collagen.

This helps the skin to grow faster in healing wounds, burns and firms the tissue under scars.

From this study is stands to reason that jojoba helps skin to heal from the ravages of acne and the impact of medicated acne treatments.

Jojoba creates an effective barrier to prevent water loss and dehydrated skin that leads to fragility, stress and more skin break outs.


Jojoba oil may also be used as a pimple spot treatment once your acne is gone or under control.

You can use it on top of our PIMPLE SPOT TREATMENT step.

First you need to cleanse your face with a gentle cleanser and dry it.

Next, you use a cotton swab to gently dab it on the affected area and repeat the application three times a day for a few weeks.

You should not stop the treatment even during the “purging period” as the oil is draining the pus out of the pores of the skin.

You can make home-made concoctions to treat or spot-treat acne.

For example, five drops of tea tree oil may be mixed with one teaspoon of jojoba oil for an acne spot treatment. Tea tree oil has natural anti-bacterial properties.

When you mix jojoba with other substances the mix should be stored in a sealed glass container and kept in the refrigerator.

Jojoba oil is also commercially mixed to treat acne.Jojoba-Good-for-Acne-Kaka

A purifying pore scrub combines it with natural substances like glycerin, coconut oil and white willow bark to exfoliate the skin cleaning out oils and dirt from the pores and preventing out breaks. According to several reports, it is very effective.

After cleaning your fingertips and face, you can apply jojoba oil twice a day by massaging it into the skin.

However – we at The Acne Project very highly recommend that jojoba be applied with a carrier substance – especially Aloe Vera Gel.

Mix a 50/50 mixture of jojoba and aloe vera gel together in a bottle or in your hand, then very gently apply it to your skin after a shower or washing your face.

Once applied and allowed to rest and become absorbed for a short period of time – rinse off the excess and pat your skin dry with a clean towel.

If you are applying jojoba directly the oil is slippery so you need to form a cup in your hand to place the drops in and prevent the oil from running off your fingers.

Then you apply the oil with your finger onto your face. The best time to apply the jojoba oil is after a bath or shower.

Very gently rinse off the excess then pat dry with a towel.Jojoba-Oil-and-Acne-Prone-Skin-Womens-Soccer

If too much oil is applied, it sits on the skin and attracts dirt and other particles into the pores causing break outs.

The evening application is especially beneficial for mild cases of acne.

Jojoba oil can be used with stronger acne treatments ordered by a dermatologist for severe or cystic acne.

Results from a study show that jojoba oil can be mixed with clay to make a facial mask to help cure lesioned skin and mild acne.

Green clay is especially soothing and purifying, but you can also use Kaolin or rhassoul healing clays.

One tablespoon of clay is put in a bowl to mix with enough jojoba oil to make a paste.

Then you apply the paste to your face using circular motions and a mirror to cover it completely.

After fifteen minutes, you rinse it off with lukewarm water and apply a spritzer like rose water or a flower water toner.

Since clay can be very drying, a few drops of jojoba oil to your face will re-moisturize it.

You will find that a few drops of pure Jojoba can actually be added to any commercial moisturizer to enhance it’s properties or to make it work at all – this is true for all skin moisturizers and hair conditioners.

Other Uses of Jojoba Oil

Since jojoba oil absorbs quickly into the skin, it has been used in a wide variety of products such as bath oils, shampoos, creams, conditioners and makeup removers by millions of people in the last fifteen years.

When used in commercial products its benefits are very questionable.

The great properties of jojoba are probably masked in most commercial products by the other active and inactive ingredients in the product – and therefore is probably only used in trace amounts for marketing purposes.

(Remember our mantra #2, above)

Although not officially FDA reviewed, the safe long lasting use of jojoba oil verifies its safety along with the American College of Toxicology’s scientific literature review concluding that jojoba oil is safe as a cosmetic ingredient in 0.1% to 25% concentrations.

Jojoba seeds have been roasted to make a coffee-like beverage.

It has been used as a cooking oil and a diet supplement.

Some studies have shown jojoba oil to be indigestible and lead to digestive problems. So it is best to use it externally.


Jojoba oil is a pure and natural way to treat acne with its ability to mimic a natural process of the skin and deeply clean, nourish, moisturize and protect your pores.

We believe Jojoba is best applied with a carrier substance – the very best being a 50/50 mix with Aloe Vera Gel.

Full of antioxidants and nutrients, it will give your skin a fresh clean feeling and work together along with your entire advanced acne treatment routine to heal pimples and prevent further acne outbreaks.

Since a little goes a long way and it lasts a long time, it is worth a try to give you long lasting radiant and healthy skin.


Have you tried Jojoba? What has been your experience? Do you have any cautions or tips to share? Please let us and others know your thoughts in the comments section below.

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  1. Katyln-Ann says:

    Hi Acne Project,
    If I get a little bit of Jojoba oil into my mouth (not on purpose) by using it as a moisturiser and rub it into my skin with my hands, should it burn the tip of my tongue?

  2. I am 60 years of age and have never gotten over having acne on my nose.Using alcohol as a cleanser and applying Oxy 10 on the acne.But no matter what I do they come back.I read your article and did try using jojoba straight,my nose actually got a little red.Just switch to the half jojoba and half aloe vera.My face skin is oily and using straight jojoba has made an improvement in just 5 days.Can’t wait for the results using half and half of each product.

    • Brendon Amundson says:

      Hi Arthur,

      Can you imagine why your skin got a little red after applying jojoba?

      Jojoba as you know from the lessons is extremely close to what the skin’s sebum oil is. So when the epidermis or top layer of the skin detects that it is bathed in wonderful sebum it feels totally protected and euphoric so the blood capillaries dilate and blood rushes in and completely flushes out the very top-most layers of the skin. The indication of redness means your skin is extremely happy! The redness will even out after a few minutes.

      All that blood does it’s job and cleans out the cells and pore walls and fights off any bacteria or other invaders – all this makes for extremely healthy skin. And of course, healthy skin is what protects your hot body from the environment.

      You on the other hand, from using Oxy 10, which is 10% Benzoyl Peroxide, what we consider to be 5 time too harsh for the skin, and alcohol, have been constantly stripping away your own natural sebum, and basically causing a chemical burn on your skin, so the blood vessels restrict and the blood rescinds back deep down into the skin leaving your top layer of skin to fend for itself open to bacteria and dirt from the environment. You are causing your own acne by using alcohol and too harsh of a chemical on your skin – the Oxy 10.

      The jojoba is not fighting the acne in any way, jojoba is neutral, it allows the skin to re-moisturize itself. The aloe vera compliments the jojoba with some “wetness”. The water and the micro nutrients in the aloe vera are carried deeper into the epidermis by the jojoba and the jojoba is carried deeper into the skin by the aloe vera – they work together as an incredible “moisturizer”.

      So you are on the right track. You can dilute the jojoba for now with some pure water if it’s too “oily” for you, then try the pure aloe vera when you get it… and self experiment with the proportions until they are great for your skin type and condition.

      Put some jojoba in your very clean palm, add a bit of pure water, or aloe when you get it, then mush it all together – then “press” it lightly on your skin. Let it sit on your skin a few moments, then gently lift or dab off any excess with a clean cloth. Go ahead and re-apply if your skin is really dry and repeat. And again adjust the proportions as you think or wish.

      But I’d highly advise you to not use the Oxy 10 and especially the alcohol on your skin at all. Use the product ingredients we recommend in very small quantities at first – only if necessary, and after you learn to be kind to your skin and let it do what it does best – protect you – you likely won’t have acne at all!

      Please re-comment or send a private message if you have any more questions – or comments! Let me know how it goes ok?

  3. Hello
    Only been following a few weeks but I was wondering if there was a way to reduce the scars left from the acne or to at least reduce them.
    Thanks charlene

    • Brendon Amundson says:

      Hi Charlene,

      The problem with acne is that it is manifested in the dermis, the middle skin layer. Once scar tissue is formed there for any reason, it’s permanent. Or at least the interruption of the skin’s matrix is compromised there forever.
      There are ways to reduce the appearance of scar tissue. The best way is through promoting extremely healthy skin on yourself; both internally and externally. The number one method internally is through proper hydration from drinking lot’s of water with lemon. Then of course the entire dietary habit as described on this site and elsewhere. Topically, it’s important to use great products on your skin (or none at all), and the best non-comodegenic make up to cover scars if you wish. Be mindful of mechanical techniques that claim to reduce scar tissue such as microdermabrasion and laser treatments. They all target the epidermis, or the top layer of the skin – but the scarring is in the dermis, the middle layer. All these methods do is modify the top layer to make the scar less apparent which can be extremely irritating even damaging to the top skin layer.

  4. Hi, Ive been struggling with acne for YEARS and finally seeing results.
    I’m at the stage that my skin is extremely hydrated, i work in makeup and cant use anything because my skin is still oily through the day but flaky as well.
    i feel the more i use jojoba at night the drier i get. at daytime i use serum and moisturizer for dry skin, and a hydrating foundation. Yet my skin get so greasy later.
    I’m on week 3 .. help.

    • Brendon Amundson says:

      Hi Helen,

      If you’ve been struggling with acne for years and you are on week three of our acne treatment program, then I’d suggest you be very strict on seeing results. In your case, to help with the dry and flaky skin you can try to ease up a bit on the medicated ingredients like the Salicylic Acid and the BP – to give your skin a chance to catch up and adapt to them. Also you can favor the aloe vera in proportion to jojoba. And you can on top of that try a heavier non-skin clogging moisturizer.

      But after a few more weeks MAX then I’d very highly recommend that you step up your acne treatment with a doctor or dermatologist. Especially with hard to treat female acne you must always be on the lookout in case it is being fueled by hormones or something else. In that case continuing the merry go round of over the counter products of any kind is just a waste of treatment time. Don’t be frustrated, just keep being thoughtful and aware of your skin and how it is or is not reacting to the over the counter products. Then with your keen observation as a make up artist – you’ll know that you’ll need to see a doctor because you may not have just acne vulgaris, but something else and a shot of internal or topical antibiotics or some kind of hormone therapy may be all that is needed to solve the acne condition in your skin’s dermis layer.

  5. Kelsie Haseloff Dos Santos says:

    Hi Acne Project,
    You’ve got a great thing going here, a website that provides actual reasoning and solutions to the causes of acne and not just topical solutions like most assume. I have a question for you guys.

    I am currently using a bit of jojoba oil as a nightly moisturizer with my cleaning routine, I use the 100% pure, expeller pressed from The Jojoba Company and love it. In this article you guys recommend “cold pressed” be looked for in a jojoba oil but when watching the Jojoba info/manufacturing video provided near the end of this article, I noticed that the narrator says that there is actually no such thing as “cold pressed” jojoba oil and the expeller process is the key, physical process in the making of the oil.

    Could you guys please confirm if there is a correction with this or if this expeller pressed makes a difference? I greatly appreciate you!


    • Brendon Amundson says:

      Hi Kelsie,

      Well, you get the award for the best technical question of all time from this site!

      The Jojoba Company website is an outstanding source of information and my favorite jojoba (I order it by the gallon). The key to Jojoba is that it is just “pressed” and not “processed”. So, any pure jojoba oil is fine. The Jojoba Company’s site explains that the process of pressing the nuts actually heats them up – so the term cold pressed is a bit of a misnomer. (I’ll go back and review how we explained that in the lesson and update or correct it if necessary).

      The Jojoba Company’s jojoba sources I think are great. The two main geographic areas jojoba seems to come from these days are the SW USA and Israel.

      The Israeli jojoba seems to be top quality lately and the last I checked is the source of The Jojoba Company’s jojoba.

      (I order it directly from The Jojoba Company’s site).

      Also, if you have further technical questions I encourage you to email, or better, call The Jojoba Company and ask them. Sometimes they can be a bit slow to reply – but keep trying.

      Thanks for taking the time to send in your question. Please let me know if you have any further questions or comments and please pass the word about this site to anyone in need of learning about acne.

      Kind Regards,

  6. Hey Acne project,
    just wanted to say the advice here is BEST ADVICE I HAVE EVER SEEN on the internet ! after having wasted time on reading various blogs, and being overwhelmed with feelings of hopelessness, this website has given me hope! i am impressed, by the well researched, practical, honest, motivating and genuine advice, given, with no BS, or overpriced, miracle claiming products.

    i love the format of this blog, with its clear instructions and stress free layout and practical advice, and the beautiful monochrome theme! loving it! most of all i love the simplicity of this blog, and step by step instructions.
    thank you for bringing hope and motivation to all the acne sufferers out there , and please continue what you are doing ! some dermatologists could really use this information!
    and THANK YOU For the checklist and plan to get us motivated!!!!!

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