Skincare with Hemp oil is a treat.
Skincare with Hemp oil is effective, and it is also a great addition to the kitchen. Did you know that hemp oil is one of the healthiest edible oils made from hemp seed (Cannabis Sativa)? It is not only in the kitchen a healthy enrichment, but you can also use it as a treat for your organism.
Skincare with Hemp oil
Hemp oil is nourishing and prevents dehydration. It also can reduce wrinkles and supports the acid mantle of the skin. Due to the skin-care properties, even with psoriasis and atopic dermatitis, it can improve the appearance of your skin. Your skin will become soft and smooth, including the relief of redness and itching.
You can use hemp oil therapeutically if you have stressed and sensitive skin and for beauty care. As an anti-aging product, hemp oil is a miracle weapon; the external application on the skin brings visible success. Water is bound to the skin cells, whereby small wrinkles are diminished, and the skin appears fresh.
The essential fatty acids contained in the oil can be directly absorbed by your skin. Neither fungicides nor pesticides are used in conventional hemp cultivation, this makes the oil even more valuable.
Excellent SkinCare with Hemp oil
Healthy skin protects your body from evaporation, heat, and the ingress of environmental toxins. No other vegetable oil is as well absorbed by the skin as hemp oil. It can move in almost without residue. As a result, the water balance of your skin will be stabilized. If you use the oil frequently, the appearance of your skin improves visibly.
The antiseptic and antimicrobial effect of hemp oil supports this effect. Therefore, skin diseases and skin damage can heal better. Skincare with hemp oil after injuries, hemp oil is also recommended. The formation of clearly visible scars will be reduced when the wounds are treated with oil.
You can also use these regenerating properties when taking care of your fingernails, the nail bed, and the feet if you regularly massage them with the oil.
The gamma-linolenic acid contained in the hemp oil ensures intensive moisture binding in the skin. In order to make this effect even better, you should still drink plenty of fluid in addition to intensive skin care with hemp oil. Non-carbonated mineral water, fruit, or herbal teas are ideal.
Make your own mask with Hemp oil.
Nourishing and cleansing oat mask with hemp oil and green clay
For a nourishing and cleansing facial mask, mix the following ingredients together and apply the mask directly to your facial skin.
Make 2 grams of oatmeal into a powder with a coffee grinder
3 grams of green clay (powdered)
a few drops of hemp oil
The mixture is enough for one application
After about 20 minutes of exposure, moisten the fingertips with lukewarm water and massage the mask properly before you take it off with plenty of lukewarm water. Special skin care is usually no longer necessary after the application, but a few drops of hemp oil cannot hurt.
What makes Hemp oil so special?
Hemp has been in use since about 2800 BC. as a remedy. Hemp oil is not only particularly tasty (aromatic, nutty flavor), but also rich in gamma-linolenic acids, palmitic acid, stearic acid, omega-6, and omega-3 fatty acids (more than in fish), vitamins B1, B2, and E., the minerals phosphorus, potassium, calcium, manganese, sodium, iron, magnesium, zinc, and copper.
Heat destroys the ingredients.
The edible oil has a greenish-golden color as it contains chlorophyll and carotenoids. Polyunsaturated fatty acids are contained up to 80 percent. The composition of fatty acids in hemp oil is inherent as if it were tailored to the human body. They can be perfectly absorbed and utilized by the human organism.
However, heat would destroy the valuable ingredients. For this reason, the oil should not be heated but should only be used as a salad oil or in addition to smoothies. The rich-in-content oil is only cold-pressed and should be stored in dark bottles.
be wild, be beautiful with WILDCRAFTED, ORGANIC SKIN CARE.