I should first point out that hemp seed oil shouldn’t be confused with hemp oil.  Hemp seed oil comes from the seeds of the hemp plant and is cultivated for non-drug use

An all-rounder skin oil that is ideal for most skin types, hemp seed oil doesn’t block pores and has a rating of zero on the comedogenic ratings chart, which means that that for those who are worried about the potential of an oil blocking your pores, you don’t have to worry about this one at all. 

With an absorption rate of 3, hemp seed oil leaves a nice satiny,  glowing finish on the skin, hydrates the skin well, reduces inflammation and can even help to balance out oily skin.

Research shows that as well as using it on the skin, dietary hemp seed oil…in other words ingesting it as part of your diet, can help to improve eczema symptoms.

When applied topically, hemp seed oil can help to improve eczema, acne, psoriasis and dry skin.  A 2014 study even found that hemp oil can contribute to stronger skin that is more resistant to viral, bacterial, and fungal infections. 

As an oil that is naturally high in fatty acids and omega acids, hemp seed oil is a skin soothing oil which also has humectant benefits, meaning that it attracts moisture from the air, to the skin.

In fact, hemp seed oil is so great that to date, it has no known side effects!

Personally I love to use it on my face, hair and body!

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