I don't know if I can help, but maybe. Quite a few of my ladies (I'm an Aesthetician) have super dry skin right now and we've had to try several different remedies. Olive Oil has one of the highest Oleic Fatty Acid percentages of all the natural oils (80%) which is extremely conditioning and moisturizing. You can even rub it directly on your feet, elbows, knees,etc. Other great natural oils for hydrating the skin are Kukui nut oil, Jojoba oil, Sweet Almond, Shea Butter (hard to work with if you're just putting on the face), Sesame oil is high in Linoleic acid (good for moisture but it probably smells, well, like sesame oil), and Wheat germ oil (again you may not like the smell.) All of those oils are high in either Oleic or Linoleic acids, great for the skin. I agree with "blessed with boys" in her application method advice. And as "ruthla" says I'd start with a gentle creme cleanser, you could try Aveda's creme cleanser, Dr. Haushka's hydrating cleanser or even Cetaphil, tone if you tone, vit. C serum if you serum and finish with a nice oil rubdown, a few drops would be good for nights. Just enough to cover your skin. Using a natural oil means your skin will only absorb what it needs. You can even cleanse using more of the oil combination you choose, massage it in well, cleanse with your cleanser then rinse. Don't forget internally, vit c, vit e, evening primrose and omegas are all especially great for dry skin and plenty of water. No caffeine.
Also a huge thing I do and recommend is that you add 1-3 drops only of a pure and genuine essential oil to your moisturizing mix. Dry skin loves Jasmine, Vetiver or Rose. And these oils are fine is you're pg. If your skin is sensitive careful with the Rose. 1 drop is plenty. Jasmine and Rose ought to be very very expensive so if they aren't, don't buy them, they aren't pure.
Oh-if you're using coconut oil it can be actually be drying in high percentages. And cetaphil really can be good. And straight vit E, though a bit sticky is great.
I know that's really really long. But maybe there is some good info for you.
oh and you asked where to buy Jojoba...WFM carries it, though I find it expensive. I sometimes buy it from a wholesale natural soap company or from an essential oil company online. much better prices.