HEMP SEED OIL, PURE, COLD PRESSED
Benefits of Hemp Seed Oil
Hemp seed oil is obtained through the cold-pressing the seeds of the hemp plant, also commonly referred to as hemp hearts or hemp seeds, which contain no psychoactive ingredients. There are numerous beauty benefits of hemp seed oil, as it is naturally moisturizing and rich in nutrients due to its unrefined nature. Although its popularity stems from the hemp plant, hemp seed oil deserves recognition for its ability to improve the health of skin and hair. It is used in many facial and hair products to help improve the appearance and health of skin, face, and hair.
Using Hemp Seed Oil for Skin
Use hemp seed oil as a moisturizer at night to help seal in your hydration from your skincare routine and restore your skin as you sleep. It is best to use it after your toners and light moisturizing gels, but before your heavy moisturizers. You can also use hemp seed oil as a natural way to remove makeup. With a palm sized amount on your hand, massage the oil into your skin and watch as your makeup melts off! Follow up with a foaming cleanser to remove the oil and makeup. It’s a great alternative to cleansing balms, as some brands may have microplastics in the ingredients! The fatty acids and nutrients in hemp seed oil promotes radiant skin, giving your skin the glow you’ve been craving!
Benefits for Hair
Hemp seed oil is amazing for hair and many companies are beginning to add it to their hair products, like conditioners and deep treatments! Use hemp seed oil as a hair mask by allowing the oil to sit in your hair for an hour before washing out. Or, try our Hemp Deep Moisture Repair Shampoo and Conditioner! We formulated our shampoo and conditioner with hemp seed oil and other botanical extracts to soften and repair dry, damaged hair.
Nutrition-Packed Hemp Seed Oil:-
Hemp seed oil is rich in vitamins and minerals such as Vitamin B1 & B2, vitamin E, essential fatty acids (Omega-6 and Omega-3), and minerals like zinc, iron, potassium, phosphorus and magnesium. The linoleic acid (LA) and a-linoleic acid (LNA) are two essential polyunsaturated fatty acids present in the oil are particularly beneficial to the heart. These seeds are also a source of high grade plant based protein.
Hemp seeds are carefully selected and cold-pressed to produce one of the most versatile and nutritious oil. Hemp seeds can also be eaten raw, cooked or roasted – any which way you want to eat them.
One of the main reasons hemp seed oil is increasingly becoming popular is the presence of fatty acids and the nutritional value it provides. These fatty acids are present in the right amount and proportion that the body cannot produce on its own.
Shelf Life: Users can expect a shelf life of 3 year with proper storage conditions (cool, out of direct sunlight). It may go cloudy in cool conditions but will return to its natural state once warmed.
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