Why is hempseed oil so prevalent in today's world?

Why is hempseed oil so prevalent in today's world?

You have probably heard all about hemp seed oil, and it seems that everywhere you go, cosmetic brands include it in their products. This is because hemp seed oil is packed with fatty acids, antioxidants, and nutrients great for your skin, hair, and nails!

Over at high beauty, we use hemp seed oil because hemp has an unequaled fatty acid profile of any plant in the world. Its unique concentration of essential fatty acids (EFAs), antioxidants and proteins nourish, protect, and renew skin in the most compatible and natural way possible.

Hempseeds contain powerful levels of polyunsaturated fatty acids, omega-6, omega-3, omega-9, linoleic acid, and even gamma linoleic acids (GLAs) rarely found in natural oils. Even more, it’s perfect 3:1 ratio of omega-6 (linoleic acid) to omega-3 (alpha-linolenic acid) EFAs help balance and repairs the skin’s natural barrier.

High concentrations of alpha-linolenic acid (ALA), gamma-linolenic acid (GLA), and stearidonic acid (SDA) within cannabis sativa seed oil helps calm inflammation, hydrate, and replenish healthy, beautiful skin. Hempseed oil also has adaptogenic properties, helping balance all skin types!

Hempseed oil rejuvenates and nourishes tense or dry skin and prevents flakiness and itchiness. It helps control oil production to moisturize but won’t clog your pores when used on the face. Hempseed oil rebuilds the skin barrier and helps it retain moisture, and in the end, it results in skin that looks hydrated, supple, and healthy.

So, whether you use hempseed oil on your skin, hair, or cuticles/nails, it is an amazing ingredient with a rich source of nutrients. If you haven’t tried any skincare products containing hempseed oil, try us out over at high beauty! Any skincare questions? Slide in our DMs on Instagram!

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