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Hemp Seed Oil
Hemp seed oil
Botanical Name: Cannabis sativa
Extraction Method: Cold Pressed
Description: Hemp Seed carrier oil is cold pressed from the seeds of Cannabis sativa plant. It is rich in essential fatty acids and resembles our skin’s lipid profile. It is full of antioxidants and anti-inflammatory agents. Hemp seed oil has the ability to reduce visible signs of aging along with replenishing and protecting skin’s moisture barrier and texture.
It absorbs at an average speed leaving slight oil feeling on the skin. It is extremely emollient and absorbent oil and is dark green in color
Moisturizes and Heals skin: Hemp seed nourishes skin while keeping it hydrated and maintains a healthy moisture balance in the skin. It provides balanced nutrition which helps in treating dry skin conditions like eczema and psoriasis.
Good for acne prone skin:Hemp seed oil has zero comedogenic value and therefore does not clog pores and is easily absorbed by the skin making it good for acne prone skin. It is high in linoleic acid , helps reduce inflammation and regulates production of sebum in our skin. This helps get relief from acne and prevents future outbreak.
Anti-aging:Hemp seed oil is known for rejuvenation skin and reduces signs of aging like appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
May help fight inflammation:Hemp seed oil is rich in Omega 6 fatty acid which may boost immunity and fights inflammation. It can be useful for people who are struggling with aches, pains, or minor sports injuries
Healthy Hair:Healthy fats in hemp seed oil add moisture and shine to hair. It helps to strengthen fragile hair strands and can make hair thicker. This oil is also known to promote hair growth. Hemp seed oil can also help get rid of various scalp problems like itchiness, dryness, and dandruff.
Skin Type Usage:Suitable for all skin types.
Storage: It is recommended to store carrier oils in cool dark place to maintain their freshness and maximum shelf life. If refrigerated, bring them to room temperature before use.