Hemp Oil Benefits for your Skin-15 Reasons Why Hemp Oil Cosmetics Rock

By | 12/02/2019

For years jojoba and argan oil were considered to be the miraculous oils for skin care.

However, things seem to be changing.
Consumers are getting more and more aware of the value of hemp oil and of its benefits for the skin. On the other hand, the cosmetics industry are re-evaluating the ingredients used up to now and turning to hemp oil using it as an essential ingredient of skin care cosmetics.

Why do hemp oil cosmetics rock?

Because they contain this awesome gift, nature provides us.

What is hemp oil?

As many of you know, hemp oil ( or hemp seed oil ) comes from the cold press of the Cannabis Sativa seed (also known as industrial hemp or just Hemp).

Packed with nutrients, minerals, essential fatty acids and antioxidants, hemp seed oil is considered to be one of the most nutritious oils for the skin.

It contains Vitamins A, C, D and E and it has an optimum ratio of omega-6 and omega-3 fatty acids (3:1). A typical American consumes between 20-25 times more Omega-6 than Omega-3. This unbalanced ratio results in serious and harmful consequences to metabolic, hormonal, and cardiovascular health.

It has a comedogenic rating of zero. This means that there is no chance of breaking you out or clogging your pores.

Its light consistency makes it perfect for all skin types, especially those who have oilier skin. It is absorbed immediately after you apply it and goes well under your makeup. It can, also, be used on acne prone skin.

The hemp oil used for cosmetic production is 100% legal and won’t get you high because it doesn’t contain THC (well, to be precise if your hemp oil comes from the seeds of the plant it contains 0.00% THC. But if it comes from the leaves it may contain an insignificant amount of less than 0.03% THC.)

What did I say? It won’t get you high?

I lied.

It WILL get you high!

It will get you high on healthy, beautiful and radiant skin !!!

So, which are the benefits your skin can get if you decide to use hemp oil, either as a cosmetic ingredient or as part of your diet?

Ready, Steady, GO!!!


1. It Improves the Condition of the Skin in case of Psoriasis

Psoriasis is believed to be caused by a deficiency of omega3 fatty acids and elevations of omega6 fatty acids, which increase inflammation. Hemp oil is packed with omega 6 fatty acids and other essential fatty acids which can fight inflammatory skin conditions such as psoriasis.

Include hemp seeds or hemp seed oil in your diet. They will help you fight psoriasis and why not? prevent it.

Apply hemp seed oil salves or creams to moisturize soothe and calm your dry inflamed dry and itchy skin and calm inflammation.


Hemp Oil Atopic Dermatitis Child2. It Alleviates Atopic Dermatitis

The plethora of omega-6 and omega-3 fatty acids in hemp seed oil alleviates and soothes atopic dermatitis because it is rich in omega-6 and omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs).

A study, conducted in 2015 for 20 weeks, discovered that “dietary hemp seed oil caused significant changes in plasma fatty acid profiles and improved clinical symptoms of atopic dermatitis. It is suggested that these improvements resulted from the balanced and abundant supply of PUFAs in this hemp seed oil.”

Include hemp seeds or hemp seed oil in your diet. They will help you alleviate Atopic Dermatitis.

Apply salves, creams or lotions that contain hemp oil to moisturize soothe and calm your dry, inflamed and itchy skin.


3. It Heals Eczema

Daily Mail claims that hemp seed oil HEALS eczema !!!

Eczema affects a lot of people out there. I wonder how many of them know about the power of hemp?

Eczema Hemp OilMedical researchers at the University of Kuopio, Finland, have found evidence of the positive effects of hemp seed oil on eczema.

Hemp oil is packed with omega-6 and omega-3 which are responsible for its anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties. EFAs (essential fatty acids) in hemp oil act as an internal moisturizer for your skin. They can help combat, prevent and soothe eczema flare-ups.

Hemp Seeds do good to your body working from inside and outside.

Apply hemp seed oil or lotion on your skin to nourish, protect it and alleviate eczema flare-ups

Incorporating hemp seeds into your diet is considered an efficient way to treat eczema.

In case cannabis products are forbidden in your country, don’t be discouraged! My friend Joo is an eczema warrior and her website is really an “eczema encyclopedia” This article of hers will give you information on other natural ways to treat your ailment! 


4. It Cleanses your Skin

Hemp seed oil is a number one skin cleanser.

As I have already mentioned, it has a comedogenic rating of 0. To be precise it will balance out your excess sebum.

When there is a lack of linoleic acid in your skin, the sebaceous glands produce sebum with oleic acid, which is different from healthy sebum; oleic acid sebum is drier and firmer and forms blackheads and whiteheads.

Hemp seed oil contains a perfect ratio of EFAs (essential fatty acids) and provides your skin with the linoleic acid if it is lacking. In fact, hemp seed oil contains a huge percentage of linoleic acid : 57% !!!!

Furthermore, hemp seed oil can be used to remove makeup

Apply a hemp cleanser

Use the oil cleansing method. (it’s secret! don’t tell anyone!!)

What to do: Massage the hemp oil into your skin, 3-4 minutes are enough. Then, run a clean washcloth under as hot water as your skin can stand and, after wringing it out, leave it on your face for a couple of minutes. This will open up your skin’s pores. Then gently dab your face and wipe off the residue. The process of soaking wringing and dabbing should be 3 to 4 more times until the excess oil is wiped off. Finally, you pat your face dry.

To remove makeup you don’t have to use the oil cleansing method. Just apply the oil on your face, wait for a couple of minutes and gently wipe it off with a clean cotton towel or cotton ball.


5. It Improves the Balance of Oily Skin

Hemp seed oil has a light, thin consistency and is considered a ‘dry’ oil. This makes it a great moisturizer for oily and greasy skin. It has astringent properties and helps your skin control any excess sebum production, the major problem of an oily skin

Apply a hemp moisturizer


6. It Tightens and Shrinks Large Pores

As mentioned above, the light and thin consistency of hemp seed oil tightens, tones and firms skin. Its astringent properties can help minimize large pores that secrete excess sebum causing greasy skin, blackheads and pimples.

Use hemp seed oil cosmetics to shrink and tighten large pores.


7. It Soothes Skin Rashes Hemp Oil Against Rashes

Hempseed oil has great anti-inflammatory properties which combined with its moisturizing properties are able to heal and soothe red skin rashes.


8. It Softens Dehydrated Parts of your Body

Hemp seed oil is considered an excellent emollient because its composition is similar to the sebum produced by your skin It is rich in essential fatty acids and has the ability to “lock” moisture into the skin.

As a result, rough and dehydrated parts of your body like elbows, heels etc are softened and moisturized .


Hemp Oil Moisturizer9. It is an Amazing Moisturizer

Hemp seed oil seals moisture into the skin which makes it an amazing moisturizer for all types of skin, even for acne prone skins. How does it do it? His EFAs (essential fatty acids) do it! They manage to create a protective shield over the skin and, thus, any moisture loss is prevented. It also increases your skin’s elasticity.

Use a hemp moisturizer

 


10. It Controls Acne

One of the most effective benefits of hemp seed oil for skin is it can be used to control acne

Hemp oil can reduce the redness and irritation of acne and heal and calm acne prone skin. Its astringent properties along with its ability to balance excess sebum production control acne and keep your skin healthy

Use hemp seed oil cosmetics

Incorporate hemp seeds in your diet if your acne is hormonal. Hemp oil helps regulate hormones


11. It has Anti-Aging Properties

Hemp seed oil contains a great amount of antioxidants, which prevent or slow the damage of your skin cells. It helps improve your skin’s elasticity. It, actually, improves the composition of the lipids found in the outermost layer of your skin and improves the overall functioning of your skin giving you a radiant, wrinkle-free skin.

Bonus: It has toning, firming and tightening properties. Result? No sagging skin !


12. It Prevents Varicose VeinsHemp Oil Varicose Vein

I bet you didn’t know it!

No more varicose veins !

Varicose veins are caused by the built-up of the blood on top of the valve.

Hemp oil has anticoagulant properties because it’s rich in omega 3 and omega 6 fatty acid. These EFAs can prevent the blood built up on top of the valve.

Add hemp seeds/hemp seed oil to your diet

Apply a hemp oil cream on your varicose vein.

Attention though!! If you take any blood thinning medicine, before adding either the seeds or the oil deriving from hemp to your every day diet, PLEASE, consult your doctor.


13. It Has Anti-Inflammatory Properties

Hemp Seed Oil contains the optimal 3:1 ratio of omega-6 to omega-3 which has been scientifically proven to be anti-inflammatory.

To optimize its effects use it as a food supplement and as topical.


14. It Fights Free Radicals

THE eternal enemy of our skin health and beauty. Girls know that! I’m not sure about the boys.

Their production is a natural process and happens in our cells. Energy and waste products are produced by our cells. These waste products are called free radicals.Hemp oil Antioxidants Free Radicals

The body can be stimulated to over-produce free radicals by multiple factors:

  • environmental toxins (smog)
  • ingested toxins (fluoride)
  • smoking
  • radiation
  • certain meds
  • excessive physical exercise

To prevent excessive production of free radicals our body needs antioxidants.

Yes, you are right! Hemp oil is full of them !


15. It Minimizes Cell Oxidation

I heard the question!!

You cut an apple. A couple of hours later the apple turns brown. This process is similar to cell oxidation.

Excessive oxidation will probably make you old and sick before your time. Being able to fight free radicals, hemp oil is a natural way to minimize your cells’ oxidation.

This is important not only for your skin health but for the health of your nervous system and overall health as well. Too much oxidation can cause cancer, Alzheimer’s disease, atherosclerosis, heart disease, Parkinson’s and other age-related, inflammatory and autoimmune diseases.

What are you waiting for?

Aren’t all these reasons enough to make you want to throw your ordinary, full of harmful ingredients and ridiculously expensive cosmetics in the bin? Don’t you feel the urge to replace them with all-natural hemp oil based cosmetics?

Don’t waste your time. DO IT NOW !!!




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DISCLAIMER: The content of this article is for informational purposes only. It is not meant to substitute professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. The information provided is not meant to alleviate or cure any disease or disorder. Always seek the advice of a qualified health provider for any medical condition.

24 thoughts on “Hemp Oil Benefits for your Skin-15 Reasons Why Hemp Oil Cosmetics Rock

  1. Dan

    Hi,

    Do you know if CBD can help with chronic inflammation?

    Thanks.

    Reply
    1. Effie Post author

      Hi Dan.Thank you for your question. My answer is YES. And it’s not a personal opinion but a scientific fact. A study has shown that CBD can reduce chronic inflammatory pain by activating glycine receptors. If you need more info contact me.

      Reply
  2. Matt's Mom

    Oh boy! This has convinced me this is what I need! I had been researching skin creams in hopes to find something to help with mine. This really does sound like what I need! I clicked on the link and not sure which one is for the skin. Is it the hemp moisturizer?

    Reply
    1. Effie Post author

      Hi Leahrae!!It depends on what your needs are. There are cleansers, moisturizers, serums etc. The Sativa line is a line of hemp based cosmetics

      Reply
  3. Dan Strong

    Wow. Is there anything that hemp oil can’t do? I mean seriously, what an amazing plant! I did not know it could do so much for the skin. I really need to give it a try. It seems like a much better option than many of the other toxic creams and rubs that people are putting onto their skin. Thank you for the great information. I’d love to hear about some of your hemp oil product recommendations in the future!

    Reply
    1. Effie Post author

      You can’t imagine what conventional cosmetics contain! Be patient there are reviews coming soon 🙂

      Reply
  4. Rachael

    I am guessing that this is the stuff from which are dreams are created. It is the basic skin cure all. You have opened my eyes to the skin benefits of a commodity I once thought was only good for making clothing and other cloth made items! And it does not clog pours? Seriously genius.

    Reply
    1. Effie Post author

      I’m glad you liked the article Rachel! Great stuff, isn’t it? Stay tuned for more goodies!

      Reply
  5. Barbara

    Hey, Effie!
    I had no idea hemp oils could be used even to remove make-up. Wow!
    I have hormonal acne problems and was really interested in adding the seeds to my diet. Do you have any suggestions on how I could implement them on my meals?
    Great article, thank you so much for sharing this with us.

    Have a wonderful week!
    Barbara.

    Reply
    1. Effie Post author

      Hi Barbara! Here are some ideas: You can sprinkle whole or ground seeds on cereal or yogurt or add them to smoothies or sprinkle them along with other seeds or nuts on a salad etc. Jon says he uses hemp oil in his morning shake. I am sure you will find what suits you best

      Reply
  6. SkyPath

    It look really useful! I never know that help a lot for human body, thank you for the information! I have many knowledge from this great article!

    Reply
  7. Jon

    I’ve been a fan of hemp for some time. I use hemp oil in my morning shake, and consume hemp fiber every day after I eat lunch. Heck, I have shirts made out of hemp!

    But it never occurred to me that it might be useful for skincare. This is genuinely useful information, thanks!

    Reply
    1. Effie Post author

      Hi Jon! I am glad we share the same passion about hemp! You’ll be amazed by what hemp is useful for. Stay tuned!

      Reply
  8. Carmela

    Great article. Thank you for sharing. I have been using hemp oil for years to help with eczema myself. It is true a remarkable oil.

    Reply
    1. Effie Post author

      Thanks you Carmela! I appreciate you sharing your personal experience with us!

      Reply
  9. Glessa Mae

    This is a very informative article and a great website.
    I didn’t know how important hemp oil is. I am glad though that my country has already allowed its usage for medical purposes.
    And I think hemp oil is going to be very expensive here in the Philippines but I hope that it’s going to be available to the mass market so it can help us with skin issues. I can’t wait to have less varicose veins lol.

    Reply
    1. Effie Post author

      Thank you Glessa Mae! You can always shop online if you find that prices of the local market are high!

      Reply
  10. carol

    I have been using hemp milk for many years, and enjoy the benefits. When I heard about hemp topical products, I did not hesitate to try them. In particular, I have been using a hemp moisturizer and it is so healing for my skin.

    Reply
    1. Effie Post author

      Welcome Caron. Thanks for your comment. I appreciate you sharing your personal experience with us

      Reply
  11. Nida

    Effie, good job! I appreciate this topic as I am OCD when it comes to skin care. I didn’t know anything about Hemp oil and the benefits. I am guilty of spending too much for different skin products and so I am going to try hemp oil from now on. I love the details and the specific sections of each skin conditions.You are right on point.

    My husband suffers from eczema. My daughter has teenage acne and I have a few spots of varicose veins so guess what, I better buy hemp oil now.

    Thank you for this well written article.

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    1. Effie Post author

      Thank you Nida! I hope my article gave you the information you needed to try hemp cosmetics and try to get a healthier and more beautiful skin.

      Reply
  12. Nicky

    Thank you for sharing! I have been looking for something that could help our family with eczema for a long time and never considered using hemp oil. I also suffer in general from really dry skin so its interesting to read how good hemp oil might be for my skin!

    Reply
    1. Effie Post author

      Hi Nicky! I am really glad my article gave you the answers you were looking for!

      Reply

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