Hemp seed oil, CBD and THC oils all derive from the cannabis plant. CBD and THC are molecules that come from the flowers, leaves, and stems, while hemp seed oil is extracted from the seeds of the cannabis plant. Hemp seeds oil is, by regulation FREE of CBD or THC. While CBD is extracted from the leaves, stem and flowers, THC comes more typically from the flowers. THC molecules give the high, while CBD molecules do not and just have a calming reaction
+++ Main property; ++ Major property; + Minor property
COMEDOGENIC (Causes clogging of pores) 0=NO, 1 to 2 = HARDLY, 3 to 4 = YES, 5= VERY
HYDRATING, NOURISHING: +++
ANTI-INFLAMAMATORY, CALMING: ++
CICATRIZING, REGENERATING: +++
Regenerating, revitalizing: its rich content in vitamin E, a natural antioxidant, makes this oil an excellent anti-ageing support. With its remarkable skin regenerating properties Hemp seed oil is used effectively to repair cracks or crevices on hands and heels.
Moisturizing, softening: Hemp seed oil penetrates the skin fast, for an immediate moisturizing and nourishing effect. It is non comedogenic and is therefore suitable for face applications. The Omega-3, 6 and 9 naturally present in high percentage, will help maintain the skin good elasticity. Hemp seed oil is also used in hair care to deeply nourish dry hair, restore their shine and suppleness factor.
Anti-inflammatory: Fatty acids, especially omega 3, contribute to the anti-inflammatory properties of Hemp seed oil that help soothe skin irritations.
Soothing, calming: Hemp oil is rich in omega-3 and omega-6, fatty acids that play a major role in skin barrier function. They have an anti-erythema effect that helps to calm and soothe redness.