Happy June ! So much has happened, We have moved into a new larger location, still in the same building just expanding our space. New Labels are in the works and coming soon. School is almost out for the summer here in NY. Summer is almost here and Fathers day is coming this weekend. Nea has some big news regarding new products coming soon and some new partnership opportunities as well. We are busy busy busy. Which means now more than ever its important to not slack off on our skin care.
In order to take care of skin properly we need to know the science behind some of our favorite skincare. This month we will look at Hemp Seed Oil. Hemp is a miracle of a plant.
Contrary to popular belief, due to its association with the cannabis plant, hemp seed oil does not contain mind or mood-altering THC, but it is one of nature’s greatest gifts for our skin health. Hemp seed oil is extracted from the hemp seeds of the cannabis sativa plant, unlike CBD, which is extracted from the leaves and flowers.
One of the main benefits of hemp seed oil is its ability to soothe and heal tired, stressed-out skin. Hemp seed oil decreases inflammation and irritation and provides relief for discomfort related to certain skin conditions.
Hemp seed oil is a dry skin savior! It rejuvenates and nourishes tight or dry skin and prevents flakiness and itchiness. When used on the face, it controls oil production to moisturize without clogging pores. Hemp seed oil restores the skin barrier and helps it to retain moisture, which results in skin that looks healthy, hydrated, and supple.
CONTAINS ANTI-AGING PROPERTIES
Youthful skin, delivered. Hemp seed oil is high in antioxidants – such as vitamin A, C, E, and F and fatty acids – that strengthen the outer layer of the skin so it can preserve water.
PREVENTS FREE RADICAL DAMAGE
Shield your skin and keep harmful toxins at bay. Hemp seed oil repairs the skin barrier and protects against environmental aggressors that damage the skin and cause premature aging, such as sunlight, radiation, pollution, cigarette smoke, and exposure to extreme hot and cold temperatures.