Only tried it once about 15 years ago. I remember it gave a nice warm feeling, but I don't remember anything else about it.
or Jojoba Oil as moisturzers?
Jojoba oil is actually not an oil but rather a liquid wax. It is very similar in structure to our natural sebum, but I have never cared for it. I find that it sits on the skin too much for my liking. I don't like the feel of waxes or polymers on my skin, so I tend to use things that are penetrating like the oils I mentioned.
I like fresh aloe vera too... It is a good moisturizer if you are careful not to get the bright yellow coating that is under the skin of the aloe. The clear gel is great.
That yellow layer is the anthraquinone rich laxative portion of the aloe.
Aloe vera is good for the hair as well... (applied to wet hair - when the hair is dry you can't tell it has been used except for the shine and manage-abilty)
Malt beer is also good for the hair. It is actually the malt itself that does the job. I found malt powder recently at the Chinese market, but I have not tried it for the hair yet.