Hemp seed oil has been quietly working its way into beauty regimens everywhere—and with very good reason.
As its name implies, hemp seed oil is is derived directly from hemp seed, but no, it doesn’t contain any traces of THC, the part of the marijuana plant that gets you high.
What users love about hemp seed oil is the variety of benefits. Many users are claiming it’s able to regulate your skin’s oil production, reduce inflammation, and fight visible signs of aging, fine lines, and wrinkles. Here are some of the best hemp oils for your skin.
SVA Organics SVA Organics is USDA certified, 100% organic hemp seed oil. Its hemp seed oil is a lightweight oil that contains high levels of omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, which are essential for radiant skin. SVA Organics suggests their hemp seed oil can be used for chronic skin conditions, soothing irritated problem skin. Use it as a daily moisturizer or even as a gentle soap-free cleanser to keep your skin looking soft and radiant.
Bella Terra’s cold-pressed organic hemp seed oil is 100% pure, and can be used as a skin—and all-over—body moisturizer. And the benefits for your skin don’t end there. Bella Terra’s hemp seed oil can also be used to treat burns, scars, and defy the hands of time. Hemp seed oil itself is rich in fatty acids and antioxidants. Continued use has the power to improve skin elasticity, and works to keep skin hydrated, reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
A magic formula in a bottle? Yes, please. The Magic-All Purpose hemp seed oil sits at the higher end price point on our list, but it comes highly rated—users swear it’s their holy grail of beauty products. Hemp magic addresses dry skin, may be able to help hyperpigmentation, can reduce signs of aging, and even address inflammation issues like acne. This product is delightfully non-greasy, absorbs quickly, and is rich in omega fatty acids, so the end result is younger-looking, radiant skin.
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